The table indicates what the differences of the average score of students are in the IELTS general test in four modules which gained in four various countries around the world in 2010.
The average score of reading section in the all countries was just under 6.5 and only Malaysian who got the highest score of reading with 6.4. The average score for speaking section in the all countries was just over 6.6 and the lowest score in speaking held on French and Malay, while the highest score in speaking was achieved by German with 6.9. The overall score IELTS which is held by German is the highest with 6.7 and French was the second position with 6.5.
More deeply can be seen that Indonesia and Malay obtained in lower overall score in IELTS than two countries in Europe. Moreover, German had the highest score with 6.8 and the lowest score in listening was Malasia with 6.2. Moreover, France and Indonesia maintained the middle position about 6.3. However, German took place as the highest score with 6.9 and the lowest score of writing was 6.0 which was occupied by Malay.
In conclusion, German had the highest of average requirement score in IELTS. Four countries got more than 6.3 score IELTS, so it was an evident that English language has learnt by all people in the Europe and Asia.