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Only your ID, PENCILS, ERASER.. Correction fluid must not be used. You must leave anything which you do not need, or which is not allowed, either outside the examination room, or as instructed by the supervisor. Mobile phones and pagers must be switched off and placed with personal belongings in the area designated by the supervisor. Any candidate who does not switch off their phone/pager, or who retains one in their possession, will be disqualified.
The Listening, Reading and Writing components of the test are always completed immediately after each other and in this same order. The Speaking test can be taken up to 7 days either before or after the test date.
As IELTS is an international test, a variety of English accents are used in both of these examinations.
Yes. At the beginning of the test, candidates receive instructions and hear a sample question. Next, candidates read Section One questions and then listen to Section One and answer the questions on the question paper as they listen. The same procedure follows for Sections Two, Three and Four. This takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. In the final ten minutes, candidates transfer their answers onto the answer sheet.
No. The Reading test is one hour, and you must write all your answers on the answer sheet in this time.
No. The answer sheet is scanned by a computer which cannot read pen.
Yes. The examiner will not see your question paper.
The Speaking test is conducted as a one-to-one interview with a certified examiner, which is recorded on an audiocassette.
You need to bring the same identification documents you supplied on registration, as these must be checked again against the information on the application form. These documents will be checked by the administrator and the Speaking examiner prior to you entering the interview room.
Test Report Form cannot be issued to the candidate directly other than the first issue. Therefore, it is highly recommended to keep the first copy with you safely. If you need to send you TRF to institutions, you can apply for the TRF Re-issuance service.
Under normal circumstances, you will receive your Test Report Forms approximately three weeks after you complete the test.
Please contact the IELTS test centre and find out available test date.
Test centres make every effort to cater for the special needs of any disabled candidates, to enable them to best understand questions and tasks and to give their answers. It is our aim for the language level of all candidates, irrespective of disability, to be assessed fairly and objectively.
If candidates have any special needs such as visual difficulties or hearing difficulties, special IELTS test arrangements can be made including modified test materials and special administrative arrangements.
Please contact the Exams Unit of the British Council Korea (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 3 months before the test date. Relevant supporting materials (medical certificate and/or disability certificate) should be submitted as well.
We will offer you an alternative test date as soon as possible.
Check our Cancellation and Postponement pages for full details.
You will lose your full test fee. However, if you are able to provide appropriate medical report to support your request within 5 days of the test date then 75% of the fee will be refunded. Refunds on medical grounds are subject to approval by the administrator and depend on the exact circumstances. (Medical evidence : Minor illness or cold do not consider grounds for refunds.)
You can apply for your test to be re-marked within four weeks of receiving your results. There is a fee for this which is refunded should your band score change.
Once you have successfully registered for your IELTS test, you will be given a free access to the online study material called ‘Road to IELTS’ which is exclusive for the British Council IELTS test takers.Please find more information by clicking the link below.