The basic fundamentals of this course are as follows:
Reading: This section has got 3–5 long passages and one has to answer questions related to the passages. The passages might be from topics in different field; the level of the passage material is the one that is found in any undergraduate university textbook. The aspirants are required to answer questions related to primary ideas, details, inferences vocabulary, sentence restatements, sentence insertion, function and gross ideas. Apart from these the it also includes fresh Kind of questions that require completing summaries, filling out tables, or paraphrasing.
Listening: The listening section includes six long passages and questions related to the passages. The passage has got two student conversations and four academic talk or discussions. The questions expect the students to ascertain primary ideas, details, function, view, inferences, and gross organization.
Speaking: The speaking section includes six tasks, two tasks are independent and four tasks are integrated. The two tasks which are independent expect the students to answer opinion questions related to some aspect of academic life. The two integrated tasks that include speaking, listening, and reading tasks, students should read a passage, listen the passage carefully, and then speak about how the relation that lies in the ideas given in the two passages. The two integrated tasks of listening and speaking, students are suppose to listen to the long passages and accordingly summarize the passage in form of opinions about the information given in the passages. Examinees are supposed to express the information, state ideas, and defend opinions precisely, logically, and veraciously.
Writing: The Writing Section is inclusive of the two tasks, one task is integrated and one second one is independent task. When it comes to the integrated task, students are expected to read an academic passage, listen the passage, as well as write about the relation between the ideas in the two passages. Lastly, in the independent task, students should pen down a personal essay.