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The college works hard and consistently to help individuals looking assistance in the courses as follows:
English Language Courses:
UK Marriage/SpouseLife Skills A1 Classes:

IELTS Life Skillsis a testing service designed to test and certify the English speaking and listening skills of the individuals trying to apply for UK Spouse visa.
Levels:
IELTS Life Skills is categorised into 2 levels:
A1 Speaking and Listening:
This level is designed for the applicants having a settled person in the UK such as a family member, relative, or Spouse. The duration for A1 Speaking and Listening is 16-18 minutes. Here at AKCJhelum, we provide all the necessary guidance required for A1 UK visa application and testing criteria.
B1 Speaking and Listening:
This level is designed for the applicants who are applying for an indefinite visa to stay in the UK and ask for citizenship. Its duration is 22 minutes.
Who should apply for the test?
1. Spouse of a settled citizen
2. An applicant already living in the UK and looking for permanent residency (Indefinite)
To test the everyday communication skills of the applicant, the test is comprised of small discussions on subjects like Background information, Relatives and friends, Work, Transportation, Training, Housing, Weather and Education.
The focus for the A1 test level should be on:
1. Listening and responding to spoken language
2. It may include questions, instructions, statements, narrations, etc.,
3. Opinion and knowledge on a certain topic
4. Communication with another person about a given topic
IELTS:
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an international standard test for the analysis of adequate language proficiency required for survival in foreign countries. Testing rules include:
1. There is no minimum score to pass the IELTS
2. Test results are given to all candidates from 1 (Poor knowledge) to 9 (Expert candidates)
3. Each institution accept scores respective to their criteria
Structure:
The structure of the IELTS test is:
Listening:
The listening section has further 4 sections. It lasts for 40 minutes (The recording is played for 30 mins. And 10 minutes to deliver the answers)
• In the break, the applicants can look through the remaining questions.
• Each section can only be heard once
Reading:
In theacademic module, Reading has:
• 3 sections
• 3 tests
• 13 or 14 questions
While in the general test module: there are 3 sections, the tests are shorter, and 5 tests are conducted for reading. Reading section lasts for 60 minutes.
Writing:
Intheacademic module, there are two tasks to be completed. Applicants are given a diagram, graph, process, or chart to explain or they have to write a response to a given argument. Writing section of the test has the duration of 60 minutes
Speaking:
The speaking module contains 3 sections.
In section 1, an interview is conducted to ask the candidate’s hobbies, interests, general topics, reasons fortaking IELTS etc. In section 2, a topic card is given to the candidate on which he/she has to speak about it after 1 minute of thinking. Section 3 involves a discussion between the candidate and the examiner, generally about section 2. Takes 11-14 minutes to complete.
Duration:

The first 3 modules are completed in their respective order within one day without any break. Speaking module may be takenbefore or after the completion of theother 3 modules. 2 hours and 45 minutes are divided as per mentioned above.
Who should take the test?
The test is designed into two different versions:
Academic Version:
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