Higher IELTS Score, Higher Academic Performance?\ud The Validity of IELTS in Predicting the Academic Performance\ud of Chinese Students

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Yen, Dorothy; Kuzma, Joanne;
  • Publisher: University of Worcester
  • Subject: LB2300

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is widely accepted as a reliable means of assessing whether candidates are ready to study or train in the medium of the English language. It consists of four key parts: reading, speaking, listening and writing. B... View more
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