BZU (Bahauddin Zakariya University) Programs and Admissions

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Multan is one of the Pakistan’s most educated cities and home to a lot of universities and colleges. Multan has been a hub of education for many centuries started by the good saints. Multan is also called the “City of Saints”. A few centuries ago, some saints started the noble task of spreading education to every common man and woman. One of most illuminating name among the saints is Hazrat Bahauddin Zakariya. He was not only a great saint but was also big Muslim scholar who initiated the first higher educational institute in theology in Multan back in 1200 AD.

Of all the colleges and universities in Multan, the biggest, most popular and top ranked institute was established in 1975by Punjab Legislative Assembly. It was named “University of Multan”, however, that name did not last for longer and was changed in 1979. It was then named “Bahauddin Zakariya University”, paying tribute to above mentioned GreatSaint.
Today, Bahauddin Zakariya University is one of Pakistan’s top higher educational institutes. It is government research university with the motto of “Knowledge is Power”. Its main campus is located in Multan with few Sub-Campuses in different cities of Punjab,mentioned below in Sub Campuses Section.There are currently over 27,000 students enrolled in this institute.As education supports the rights of females, this university is a perfect example for gender equality in Pakistan with 50% of its students being Female.

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BZU, Bahauddin Zakariya University is one Pakistan’s only 3 universities that are ranked globally by Times Higher Education.In the 2016 university ranking of Times Higher Education, BZU was ranked among top 800 institutes in the world. BZU is also honored with the position of one of the largest universities in Pakistan, to be precise, 5th largest university of Pakistan. In the latest ranking by Higher Education Commissionof Pakistan, BZU was ranked 8th best university of Pakistan. This university is also recognized by HEC and PEC and holds many other affiliations. In this article, the chief discussed headings are:

  1. BZU Main Campus
  2. BZU Vice Chancellor
  3. BZU Affiliated Colleges and Sub-Campuses
    1. BZU Lahore Campus
    2. BZU DG Khan Campus
  4. Departments, Colleges and Institutes in BZU
  5. BZU Student Hall of Residence
    1. Halls of Residence for Male Students
    2. Halls of Residence for Female Students
  6. How to Apply for Admission

1 -   BZU Main Campus

Main campus of BZU is located in the city of Multan. It is huge campus of 4.8 kilometers of which about 3.8 kilometer is completely covered with many buildings and is properly used. BZU Multan is a beautiful green campus despite its huge size. There are hundreds of trees, plants and decorated flowers with numerous fountains. The best about BZU is its well-maintained campus.You have an army of security guards in there and places to park everywhere. There are two big Mosques in the campus in addition to every Hall of Residence with its own little mosque inside the building. For the transportation of its students and staff, there is fleet of over 30 buses and 3 coaches called “Routes” and “Shuttles” that run inside and outside the campus on specified routes.

The first sight you get is of two huge Entrances with gates and dozens of security guards. After that is long two sided clean roads with many plants and trees between and side of the roads.All of the buildings are very attractive and established in their own style. You will find places to sit all around the campus. Other than well-constructed roads there is grass everywhere with the shadows of trees. There are over 40 cafeterias and book shops in the campus with everything available you could possibly need. There are also bakeries in the campus. You can also find branches of most prominent banks there.

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2 -   University Vice Chancellor

Just like any other government university the Chancellor of BZU is Governor of Punjab. The whole institute comes under the supervision of Vice Chancellor. Current Vice Chancellor of BZU, as of 2017, is respected and highly educated scholar Dr. TahirAmeen. TahirAmeen is political scientist and one of Pakistan’s most educated scholars.He is working hard day and night to make BZU the finest of institute. If we talk about education and degrees, there is a lot to count.

He first did his MSc. From Quaid-i-Azam University(One of Pakistan’s top institutes)in 1976.

After that he went to Canada to study Masters in International Relations from CarletonUniversity(One of Canada’s top institutes)which completedin 1978.

He won a Faisal King Scholarship and went to United States of America for his PhD in Political Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)which, by the way, has always been one of world’s top5  institutes and currently at the top of the list.

He didn’t stop there and then won a Fulbright Scholarship to work on Research Project from Harvard Universityanother one of world’s top 5 universities.

He was also a Visiting Fellow at Brown University and Harvard University.From 1997 to 2001, he was the Iqbal Chair at Cambridge University in England, also one of top 5 universities in world.

He has many globally recognized publications and is member of many educational board of various Pakistani and foreign universities.

3 -   BZU Affiliated Colleges and Sub Campuses:

BZU has 222 affiliated colleges in different cities of Punjab, mostly located in Punjab. If I am to name each of them, it will cover the whole page. So, here is link for List of All Affiliated Colleges.You can get admission in any of these colleges and study under the supervision of BZU main campus.

Other than above mentioned affiliated colleges, BZU also has some Sub-Campuses in different cities of Punjab some of which are now closed by the main administrative board of BZU Multan.These Sub-Campuses are/were:

  1. BZU Sub-Campus, Sahiwal
  2. BZU Sub-Campus, Layyah
  3. BZU Sub-Campus, Vehari
  4. BZU Sub-Campus, Lahore (Closed)
  5. BZU Sub-Campus, D.G Khan (Closed)

BZU Sub-Campus Lahore

Founded in 2013 by former BZU VC Dr. KhawajaAlqama with private-public partnership, BZU Lahore Campus is now closed. The year it opened, it received a great response from the students of Lahore and enrolled about 2,000 students in different programs. However, later there came some affiliation, registration and proper permission issues. There was also corruption charge in this case. After three years of fooling, playing with student’s future and earning hundreds of millions of rupees, KhawajaAlqama retired.

After many strikes, processions of courts and hard struggle of students of BZU Lahore campus, the new and current VC TahirAmeen decided to close the Lahore campus and shift all students except DPT and Technologydepartmentto Multan campus.However, nothing was charged against powerful character like Private Investor MuneerBhatti and former VC KhawajaAlqama behind this enormous fraud. Instead student were blamed on this why did they become their prey. Lahore Campus is still functioning with a few of students who couldn’t move to Multan but it is said that after passing them out, it will be permanently closed.

BZU Sub-Campus, D.G Khan

DeraGhazi Khan campus of BZU, also faced somewhat similar circumstance and was forced closed in the end. However, that campus is still functioning as Ghazi University.It was changed in 2014.

4 -   Departments, Colleges and Institutes in BZU

There are 51 departments, colleges and institutes in BZU Multan each with its own building, administration and faculty. BZU Multan offers a wide range of courses for all students. Each course falls under the category of some department. Each department is built in its own unique way and is managed by its own management. Every department has an appointed teacher as Chairman which biggest authority in a department. Following is a complete list of all departments, colleges and institutes in BZU Multan.

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

  1. School of Economics
  2. Department of Education
  3. Institute of Social Sciences
  4. Department of Criminology
  5. Department of History
  6. Department of Gender Studies
  7. Department of Pakistan Studies
  8. Department of Geography
  9. Department of Political Science
  10. Department of Inter personal Relations
  11. Department of Communication Studies
  12. Department of Sociology
  13. Department of Applied Psychology
  14. Department of Philosophy
  15. Department of Sports Sciences
  16. Multan College of Arts

Faculty of Islamic Studies and Languages

  1. Department of Arabic
  2. Department of Islamic Studies
  3. Islamic Research Centre (IRC)
  4. Department of Urdu
  5. Department of English
  6. Saraiki Area Study Centre (SASC)

Faculty of Science

  1. Institute of Chemical Sciences
  2. Centre for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics
  3. Institute of Computing
    1. Department of Computer Science
    2. Department of Information Technology
    3. Department of Telecommunication Systems
  1. Department of Physics
  2. Department of Statistics
  3. Institute of Pure and Applied Biology
  4. Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
  5. Department of Biochemistry
  6. Department of Environmental Sciences

Faculty of Commerce, Law and Business Administration

  1. Institute of Management Sciences (IMS)
  2. Institute of Banking and Finance (IBF)
  3. Department of Commerce
  4. Bahauddin Zakariya University Gillani Law College

Faculty of Pharmacy

  1. Department of Pharmacy

Faculty of Veterinary Sciences

  1. Department of Pathobiology
  2. Department of Biosciences
  3. Department of Clinical Sciences
  4. Department of Livestock and Poultry Productions

 Faculty of Engineering and Technology

  1. University College of Engineering and Technology
  2. Department of Civil Engineering
  3. Department Of Electrical Engineering
  4. Department of Mechanical Engineering
  5. Department of Building and Architectural Engineering
  6. Department of Computer Engineering
  7. Bahauddin Zakariya University College of Textile Engineering
  8. Institute of Advanced Materials

5 -   Student Halls of Residence

Bahauddin Zakariya University has many residence blocks inside the campus where faculty members can live. Students who come from outside the city or from abroad, always need a place to live within the city of the university. A great proportion of students come from rural areas or other cities in every university. Same is the case with BZU Multan. Students from all around the Pakistan can be found here. For their convenience, BZU has established Halls of Residence within the campus where students can live.

In the Halls of Residence in BZU, about 2 – 3 students live in one room. Each room has a window for air and is equipped withlights, a fan and a closet.In addition, they have every facility that a student can need including electricity, mess and internet connection. These dormitories are also not very expensive and can be easily afforded. There are separate Halls for female and male students.These Halls are built at such positions that they are a little on the side from departmental and yet on walking distance from the department. If you are Law student, you will be assigned to a Hall that is near Law College.

BZU Halls of Residence for Male Students

  1. Abu Bakar Hall
  2. Umer Hall
  3. Usman Hall
  4. Hamza Hall
  5. Ali Hall
  6. Qasim Hall
  7. Abdul SattarEdhi Hall

BZU Halls of Residence for Female Students

  1. Fatima Hall
  2. Marium Hall
  3. Ayesha Hall
  4. Amina Hall
  5. Zainab Hall
  6. Khadija Hall
  7. Hajra Hall

6 -   How to Apply for Admission in BZU

Usually, you are supposed to buy a Prospectus from the university which has an admission form attached to it. Which is then submitted to the department you are applying for. To get admission in BZU

  • You should visit the campus where you wish to study.
  • Find your department
  • Go to information office
  • Get a prospectus
  • Fill and submit it

However, you can now download the prospectus and admission form. Then fill the admission form and submit it. All the required documents and instructions are mentioned on the admission form.

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Quaid e Azam University, Fee Structure, Admissions and Scholarships

Quaid e Azam UniversityThe quality of a university is measured more by the kind of student it creates than the kind it takes into its fold. These are the benchmarks of its quality in the long run. Quaid e Azam University (QAU) Islamabad is not only top university of Pakistan, but also an international seat of higher education learning, advancement, intellectual contribution that has illuminated the human minds and broadened the vision during last fifty years. Quaid e Azam University (previously known as Islamabad University) was established in 1967 through an Act of National Assembly.

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Since then it has been producing post graduates and doctors through PhD and MPhil programs. It was, however, decided later on to offer Master’s, graduate, and now undergraduate programs. It has established educational links with some of the world’s best universities from Europe to South Asia and United States. It also has links or partnerships with the international educational and research institutions like UNESCO, IRSIP, Agencia Eapanole de Cooperation International (Spain) etc. these institutes collaborate their research activities with Quaid e Azam university. So many members of the faculty of the university have been working in the international universities like Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia, Heidelberg etc. earning awards like International Peace Award from Brussels by representing Pakistan.

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This prestigious institution of higher education learning is celebrating its 50th year of establishment. During last fifty years, the university, for its international repute, faculty and programs attracted a large number of foreign students although it offered admission to a measured number of students from all regions of the country. Being a sole federal public sector university, admission in the university is offered as per federal government quota policy. Due to this unique characteristic, it is not only a dynamic place of learning but also reflects social diversity and rich culture of Pakistan through syncretic nature of students coming from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. The university is a mirror of Pakistan at microcosmic level.

The top-notch faculty is real asset of this top ranked university of Pakistan who are alumni of top ranked universities of the world. Recently two faculty members have been nominated for these accolades another feather in its cap. So far, QAU has produced 1,221 PhDs, 8,464 M.Phil and 27,793 M.Sc students both in natural and social sciences. Most of the alumni of QAU are rendering valuable services at important positions in Pakistan as well as abroad. The old graduates still state their stay at QAU campus and their interaction with the qualified faculty as the best part of their life.

 Faculties and Departments

  1. Faculty of Natural Sciences
  2. Faculty of Social Sciences
  3. Faculty of Biological Sciences
  4. Faculty of Medical Sciences

 Departments in Faculty of Natural Sciences

  • Chemistry
  • Computer
  • Earth Sciences
  • Electronics
  • Information Technology
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Physics

Here is the Link to see the Details https://qau.edu.pk/natural-sciences/

 Departments in Faculty of Social Sciences

  • Management Sciences
  • Anthropology, Sociology
  • Linguistics, Defense & Strategic Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Economics
  • Law

Here is the Link to see the Details https://qau.edu.pk/social-sciences/

Departments in Faculty of Biological Sciences  

  • Bioinformatics
  • Animal Sciences
  • Biochemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Plant Sciences
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Pharmacy
  • Medicine
  • Biotechnology

Here is the Link to see the Details https://qau.edu.pk/biological-sciences/

 Departments in Medical Sciences

  • Shifa College of Medicine
  • Al Shifa eye trust
  • Federal Medical and Dental College
  • Federal Post Graduate Medical College
  • Health Services Academy

Here is the Link to see the Details https://qau.edu.pk/faculty-of-medicine-affiliated/

Facilities Provided by QAU

While Quaid e Azam University is one of the best universities in Pakistan and has to maintain an international standard, it must have need and requirement available for the understudies who are enrolled here. Following are some of the Facilities Provided by QAU.

  • Libraries
  • Transport
  • Student Accommodation
  • Games and Sports
  • Cafeteria and Shops
  • Utility Store
  • Bank
  • Mosque
  • Security
  • Medical Services
  • Postal Services
  • Central Workshop

More Detail can be seen herehttps://qau.edu.pk/facilities-qau/

How To Apply For Admissions in Quaid e Azam University

The Admission Form along with prospectus for all academic programs can be obtained from

  1. The QAU campus branches of Habib Bank ltd. @2000.or
  2. Download from the QAU website(click the link to download)

 Regional Quota for Bachelor’s and Master’s Programs

Merit                                                                7.5%

Punjab Including Federal Area Islamabad      50%

Sindh                                                               19%

Khyber Pashtun Khwa11.5%

Baluchistan 6%

Gilgit Baltistan 4%

Azad Kashmir 2%

Rankings and Reputation

According to Higher Education Commission QAU is ranked Number 1 University of Pakistan in the General Category. QAU is among top 100 Universities of Asia. QAU’s global rank is 549 in varsity with a score of 49.1. The sole reason for this is its quality education and research.

More than 80% of the Faculty members have Doctoral degrees and have overseas experience.

Scholarships Offered at Quaid e Azam University

A total Number of 45 types of Scholarships, fellowships and Assistance programs are offered in QAU following are some of the highlighted Scholarships…

  • QAU Financial Assistance
  • QAU Alumni Scholarship
  • USAID program
  • MORA Scholarship
  • MPhil/PhD Fellowship
  • British Council Scholarship
  • Prime Minister’s National ICT
  • Punjab Education and Endowment Fund (PEEF)
  • Prime Minister’s Fee Reimbursement Scheme
  • Baba Bashir Nawaz Scholarship
  • District Zakat Committee’s Scholarship
  • Professional Educational Foundation Karachi
  • Baluchistan Endowment Fund (BEF)
  • Sindh Endowment Fund (SEF)
  • Political Agent Scholarship
  • Ameer Begum Trust Lahore
  • Minority Scholarship
  • A Q Khan Scholarship
  • Ishaq Ahmed Scholarship
  • Jeri Ahmad Sayed Fellowship Assistance Program
  • Mumtaz Memorial Scholarship Program
  • Akbar Hussain Scholarship
  • Ramzi Fellowship and Scholarship Program
  • Aftab Manzoor Fellowship, Scholarship and Loan Program
  • Hamad Raza Shaheed Scholarship and Fellowship for International Relations
  • Pakistan Bait ul Maal Scholarship
  • Fata Scholarships
  • Karwan e ilm Foundations Scholarships
  • KPK Chief Minister Endowment Fee Reimbursement Program
  • District Zakat Committee Financial Assistance
  • & Mrs. Ameer Trust Fund

Major Concerns of University that Needs Immediate Governmental Attention

As this leading federal higher education institution is celebrating its 50th year celebrations, it is currently facing a number of problems which need immediate attention by the concerned quarters and government authorities. Due to limited financial resources and annual deficit of more than five hundred million rupees, QAU is unable to hire qualified faculty and staff, purchase new buses. Adding fuel to fire, owing to financial constraints it is unable to repair the present fleet of buses. The hostel residents are facing a number of problems due to lack of development and expansion of hostel vicinities. The decades old infrastructure and labs needs exigent focus to be addressed. Although as per signed MOU, QAU administration and the Alumni Association are working closely to involve old QAU students to cope with the situation but a special financial package for QAU could be greatly helpful as an immediate solution to overcome its financial deficit and to meet its growing needs.

Another important problem being faced by QAU is non-demarcation, illegal occupation of varsity land and the shrinking of its estate on all sides by influential land mafia. According to the recent letter sent by QAU Vice Chancellor to the federal cabinet members, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) Land adjacent to QAU, along 3rd Avenue and Diplomatic Enclave Islamabad, has been illegally occupied, despite repeatedly requesting proper action against land grabbingelements; no effective action has been taken by concerned authorities. Further, within QAU estate, it says, there are small illegal settlements that are slowly growing. QAU simply does not have the capacity to remove these elements and several appeals to the ICT and CDA, while politely entertained, are invariably ignored on practical level.

The letter further states that on October 30, 2016, new violations were discovered and verified as about 200 acres of QAU land worth of hundreds of millions are under the occupation of various land grabbers. The Vice Chancellor appealed to the federal government to help QAU retain possession of its precious land. According to the university officials, in spite of payment for 1,709 acres of land, only 1,507 have been handed over to the varsity in spite of repeated reminders.

It is more mis fortunate that this tragedy is going to happen on the eve of 50th Year celebrations of QAU and instead of announcing special package for QAU, the federal government is being requested to save the precious university land. This issue has created a lot of resentment among university faculty, student, employees and alumni. The QAU Academic Staff Association and the Employees Welfare Association have also been preparing to protest against the illegal occupation of QAU land. Quaid e Azam University Alumni Association has also decided to form a delegation of its senior members in order to meet members of the federal cabinet, parliamentarians, and senior government officials to draw attention towards this important issue.

It is high time to pay immediate attention towards resolving the problems being confronted by this leading higher institution which has rendered valuable contribution for Pakistani nation during last fifty years. Following the international best practices in higher education sector, it should be declared a flagship institution along with announcement of special package. With more support, Quaid e Azam University could win more laurels for the country in coming times.

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International Language Testing System (IELTS) is world’s largest service for testing of one’s language skills in English. IELTS is the most accepted and most taken test around the world to get certification in English language. If  you have to go abroad in an English country for education, job or to make a living; you will have to first take part in this test. Only if you score up to a certain grade called Band, will you be eligible to apply for visa.

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IELTS is a must test for every Non-English native who wishes expand his/her world by experiencing global life. In this article, I will be sharing with you a proper step and step method on how you can do IELTS Preparation. This article includes:

  1. Types and Sections of IELTS Test and its preparation
  2. Format of IELTS Listening Test
  3. Practice with Sample IELTS Listening Test
  4. Format of IELTS Reading Test
    • Academic & General Training
  5. Practice with Sample IELTS Reading Test
    • Academic & General Training
  6. Format of IELTS Writing Test
    • Academic & General Training
  7. Practice with Sample IELTS Writing Test
    • Academic & General Training
  8. Format of IELTS Speaking Test
  9. Sample IELTS Speaking Interview of Band 9

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Following is the method of IELTS Preparation.

Types and Sections of IELTS Preparation

Before you actually start working, you must first know about Types and Sections of IELTS Test. Then you will know what test you will be taking, what that test includes and in accordance with that, we will prepare for it.

There are 2typesof IELTS Test:

  1. IELTS Academic(For those going for education)
  2. IELTS General Training(For those going for work)

Both IELTS test are divided into 4 sections.

  1. Listening
  2. Reading
  3. Writing
  4. Speaking

Both Academic and General Training test are almost same with different purposes. Before you go ahead, make sure you know which of these two tests you are going to take.

  • In both test, Speaking and Listening Test is same. This is an important part of IELTS Preparation.
  • In accordance with the objective of test, Reading and Writing have their structure.

Once you have been issued a roll number slip, date and timing of the test will be mentioned on it. Reading, Writing and Listening will be taken in one day without any breaks. Speaking test will basically be an interview testing your communication skills. This interview will be  conducted before or after7 days of the above mentioned test.

1 -   Listening of IELTS Preparation:

Listening section of IELTS will be testing your response on English verbal communication. How good you are in understanding when someone will talk to you in English. Following is describes Format and Sample Questions for practice.

Format of the IELTS Listening

Whether you take Academic or General Training IELTS test, Listening part is same for both.It is a 30 minutes test in which you will listen four different recordings in the accent of native English speakers. You will be provided a sheet with questions on it. After carefully listening to the recordings, you will have to write answers of the questions in the sheet.

In Recording 1, a normal life conversation between two people.

In Recording 2, a long speech set in social context of everyday.

In Recording 3, a conversation between up to four people on some educational topic or training in a class.

In Recording 4, a long speech on an academic or educational subject like a lecture by teacher.

Practice of IELTS Listening with Sample Questions

Practice has an important role in IELTS Preparation. You will be provided an MP3 audio file and paper sheets.You will first open the answer sheet and then start audio recording and fill the sheet accordingly.Below I have shared the sample tests from IELTS official website.

Recording 1:

  • Here is a Sample Recording 1 which you have to listen
  • Here is Answer Sheet 1 to Fill according to the recording

Recording 2:

Recording 3:

  • Here is a Sample Recording 3 which you have to listen
  • Here is Answer Sheet 3 to Fillaccording to the recording

Recording 4:

  • Here is a Sample Recording 4 which you have to listen
  • Here is Answer Sheet 4 to Fillaccording to the recording

 

2 -   Reading in IELTS Preparation:

In IELTS Preparation reading test, your English reading test skills will be put to trial.This way, it can be assured that you have the ability to understand any written work like books and office documents in English.

Format of IELTS Reading Test

  1. It is a Test of 60 minutes.
  2. Paper sheet provided to you will have 40 questions on it to be answered.

IELTS Reading Academic Test

In IELTS Reading Academic Test, three descriptive and factual long paragraphs will printed on your Paper sheet. Below them will be questions that you will have to answer in accordance with the paragraphs.

IELTS Reading General Training Test

IELTS Reading General Training Test comprisesparagraphs from different books, magazines, advertisements, notices, newspapers, company handbooks and guidelines.

Practice of IELTS Reading with Sample Questions

Following are a few Sample Questions of IELTS Test for Reading, I took from official website of IELTS and filtered and sorted it for you. Read them carefully and try to solve it yourself. However, answers are also mentioned there.

3 -   Writing of IELTS Preparation:

In IELTS Writing section of the test, as you can tell by the name, your writing skills will be tested. This is to make sure you have the ability to write any document or assignment in English language when needed. If you are going abroad for education or job, you will definitely be needing these skills.

Format of IELTS Writing Test

For this test you require good English language skills and also practice prior hand. It is a test where you have to write for continuous 60 minutes. You will be given two writing goals and you will have to describe each in 150 to 200 words.

IELTS Academic Writing Test:

IELTS Academic Writing test comprises a total of two tasks.

In Task 1, you will be given a graph, table, chart or a diagram. You will have to describe or explain the information in your own words.

In Task 2, you will write an essay in response to an argument or problem. You must do both tasks in formal writing and must avoid slang language. Make sure you know all tips to formal writing.

IELTS General Training Writing

IELTS General Training Writing test Topics are of general interest. Just like Academic Writing test, it also comprises two tasks:

 In Task 1, you will be provided with a situation and will be asked to write a letter to get information, or explaining the situation. Letter could be to anyone like boss or senior. Make sure you know proper letter writing method and format.

In Task 2, you will be writing an essay that will be in response to anargument, point of view, or a problem and, of course, in formal way.

Practice for IELTS Writing with Sample Questions

Below are sample exams I found in the official website of IELTS and have shared here for your ease and practice.Make sure you check them out and practice accordingly.

 

4 -   Speaking of IELTS Preparation:

Speaking, last section of the IELTS is considered the most difficult of all. It is different from other tests and taken separately on a different day. A representative of British council or AEO will take your interview and ask questions according to following format.

Format of the Test

Interview will be of duration of about 11 to 14 minutes. IELTS Speaking test is same for both Academic and General Training Test. You must have proper communication skills and ability to convey your message to the second person in order to pass this test. Interview consists of three parts.

  • In Part 1, they will tell you about yourself and your family which must be able to answer properly.
  • In Part 2, you will be asked to speak about a certain topic that interviewer will give you.
  • In Part 3, there will be a little longer discussion on the topic.

Sample IELTS Speaking Interview Test

In IELTS Preparation Following is a video of official interview by an IELTS representative. The girl, Anushka, in the video has band 9 (grading system of IELTS) which is the highest. You can tell your level by comparing with her.

 

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