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Best IELTS and English language training institutions in Hyderabad

IELTS stands for International English Language Testing System. As the name implies it is basically an English test for testing the proficiency of the language in an individual. 
Training for IELTS can be taken to pass the IELTS exam or to develop good english language skills. I am giving the training institute addresses for Hyderabad.
The test system is jointly managed by the British Council,IDP education ltd and University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations and more than 1 million candidates are taking the exam all over the world.
The test has two versions : 1. Academic 2. General training
Academic  version is for people who plan to continue their higher education by enrolling in universities in countries like US,UK,Australia,Canada,New Zealand etc.The academic institutions in these countries consider the IELTS score as a criteria for the admission process.
General training is mostly for immigration purposes in countries like Australia,New Zealand,Canada etc. It may also be used for work experience or training in a non academic field.

Understanding IELTS Examination Format

The duration of the IELTS examination is 2 hours and 45 minutes and it is divided into four sub categories.
Listening (40 minutes)
Reading (60 minutes)
Writing (60 minutes)
Speaking (11-15 minutes)
The questionnaire is different for academic and general version.
The test is conducted every year in around 500 locations across the globe and each test center can conduct the test 4 times per month depending on the demand. So totally tests can be conducted 48 times per year. There is no time limit for the candidates to take the test again.
The test dates , fees and the nearest IELTS center can be found from the IELTS official website
The test fees in India is Rs.9300 (it varies with country) and the test report will be available after 2 weeks from the date of test.
The maximum score that can be attained in IELTS is 9 and there is no concept of pass or fail in this test as the qualification criteria varies with universities. Most of the academic institutions expect the value to between 5.5 and 7. Some universities expect the score to be as high as 8.5. The meaning of the scores are below.
9 – Expert User
8 – Very Good User
7 – Good User
6 – Competant User
5 – Modest User
4 – Limited User
3 – Extremely Limited User
2 – Intermittent User
1 – Non User
0 – Did not attempt the test
Top Training institutes for IELTS :

Hyderabad locations:


D 6-3-866/A
Maheshwari Mayank Mekins Plaza
Premises 304, 4th Floor
Green Land Road, Begumpet
Hyderabad – 500016
Andhra Pradesh


2-66/3/B/33 A, 2nd floor, Opp Metro Pillar 32
Beside Bata Showroom, Madhapur
Hyderabad - 500045
2. Institute authorized by British council.
#202, Ratna Complex, 
Image Hospital Lane,
Ameerpet, Hyderabad
Ph: 9700-300-966

3. Institute authorized by British council.
Edwise International - Hyderabad
4th Floor, Babukhan Mall, Somajiguda Circle,
Opp. Kala Niketan
Hyderabad 500016
Tel:(+91) 040 4466 3333
Tel:(+91) 040 2340 1200

Contact : 9823326378

Sowrya Consultancy
Alluri Trade Centre,4th floor,
Above Swagath Hotel,Bhagya Nagar Colony,Kukatpally,

P: (+91) 99665 33336, 90523 00800

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