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International English Language Testing System

IELTS : International English Language Testing System

Ce test, proposé par l'université de Cambridge, s'adresse aux étudiants de niveau C1 dans l'échelle d'évaluation européenne.

Le test comporte deux niveaux : un dit  "Academic" pour les étudiants souhaitant étudier à l'étranger en 1er ou en 2ème cycle et un autre dit "General Training".

Le département des formations linguistiques propose une préparation à cette version "Academic", soit un niveau de compétence de 6 minimum sur une échelle de neuf, niveau permettant "une maîtrise efficace de la langue malgré quelques inexactitudes ou faux amis. L'étudiant pourra utiliser et comprendre un langage soutenu,...".

 

Le test comporte quatre épreuves :

- Listening : 30 minutes

Candidates listen to a number of recorded texts, which increase in difficulty as the test progresses.

These include a mixture of monologues and conversations and feature a variety of English accents.

The recording is heard only once, but candidates are given time to read the questions and write down their answers.

- Reading : 60 minutes

There are three reading passages with tasks. Texts are taken from books, magazines, journals and newspapers, all written for a non-specialist audience. At least one of the texts contains a detailed argument.

- Writing : 60 minutes

The first task requires candidates to write a description of at least 150 words. This is based on material found in a chart, table, graph or diagram and should demonstrate their ability to present information and to summarise the main features of the input.

For the second task, candidates write a short essay of at least 250 words in response to a statement or question. They are expected to demonstrate an ability to present a position, construct an argument and discuss abstract issues.

- Speaking : 11-14 minutes

The test takes the form of a face-to-face interview.

Candidates are assessed on their use of spoken English to answer short questions, to speak at length on a familiar topic, and also to interact with the examiner.

Examen

En général deux sessions d'évaluation (écrits) sont organisées chaque mois par le British Council, 9 rue de Constantine, 75007 Paris.

 

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