So the IELTS band range from 0-9 with 9 being the highest. If you score a 9 in the exam, you are considered to be near native level (C2 according to the Common European Framework for Languages).
If you score from 6.51 - 8, you are considered to be a proficient speaker of English or an advanced user. It is the equivalent of being C1 in the Common European Framework for Languages (CEF).
If you score 5 - 6-5, you are a high intermediate. You can use the language comfortably but still sometimes struggle. It is the same as being B2 according to CEF.
If you score 4-5, you are an intermediate. It is roughly the same as being B1 in CEF.
If you score below 4, you are considered a beginner and in the region of A1/A2 in CEF.
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