These are some IELTS steps towards success. Read the basic process for IELTS and important notices to pass the exam.
1st of the IELTS Steps – Enquiry
Contact details for all IELTS test centers worldwide can be found at www.ielts.org, where you can also download the application form
2nd of the IELTS Steps – Registration
Read through all the information you receive with the application form carefully. Complete the paper application form or online registration and submit it to your nearest test center. You will need to enclose the test fee or make the payment online.
Make sure you enter the number of your identity document (your passport or national identity card) and attach a clear color photocopy or scanned copy of your identity document to the application form. The identity document must be valid at the time of registration and the same ID document must be presented on the day of the test.
3rd of the IELTS Steps – Confirmation
The test center will give you written confirmation of the date and time of the test. Your Speaking test time will be scheduled on the same day as the written tests or on a different day within a 7-day window before or after the written tests. The test center will confirm your Speaking test time.
4th of the IELTS Steps – Test day
Your identity will be checked on the day of the test and before the Speaking test. You must present the same identity document that you used when you registered for the test. Your photograph will be taken as an additional security measure, and it will appear on your IELTS Test Report Form. In addition a finger scan may be taken.
5th of the IELTS Steps – Results
Results will be available 13 days after the test. At some test centers test takers can collect their results on the 13th day. At other test centers results are mailed to test takers on the 13th day. Test centers are not permitted to give results out over the phone or by scan or email.
A preview of your results is available online 13 days after the test. Results will remain online for 28 days. Please note that the online preview of your results should not be used as an official confirmation of your performance.
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