In India, 15 IELTS test-takers caught for cheating��

In India, 15 IELTS test-takers caught for cheating��

College students fraudulently posing as candidates for a written examination of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at Amritsar, India last week have been handed over to the police.�

IELTS is a highly pressured exam. Candidates take the Reading (1 hour), Writing (1 hour) and Listening (40 minutes) papers in 1 morning, and then the Speaking in the afternoon. For many candidates, this is a tiring and stressful experience, especially as 7.0 requires test-takers to meet highly specific criteria they may not be aware of.

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