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Bookings are usually closed either when there are no spaces remaining or two days before the test date.
The IELTS Test fee for 2015 is £150.
IELTS has two versions – Academic and General Training. The Academic test is for those who want to study at a tertiary level in an English-speaking country. The General Training test is for those who want to do work experience or training programs, secondary school or migrate to an English-speaking country. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests but different Reading and Writing tests.
Which version should I do?
Read the explanation of the Academic and General Training tests, then contact the organisation or institution to which you are applying to find out what it requires. Note that you must know which version to take when you apply for the test online.
Registration starts at 08.30 and candidates are required to arrive at the campus reception by this time.
Candidates are then ushered to the cloakrooms and need to be in the exam rooms at 09.15 – anyone who does not register by 09.15 will not be allowed into the exam room.
The Listening / Reading / Writing sections of the test last until approximately 13:00 – the Speaking exam takes place after this, scheduled between 13.15- 19.00, so candidates are advised to keep the whole day free.
Anyone is welcome to take the test – it is designed to test English language proficiency from beginner to advanced levels.
Once you apply for the test ONLINE and upload your ID document you will receive an automated email from the online registration system. It does not mean that your test is confirmed. After that you need to pay for your test online. Once the payment is received we will accept your online application and will send you a confirmation letter one day before the test by email. This letter will have the date, time, address and details of how to get to the campus where your test is being held. You should bring this letter with you on the day of your test, along with your original ID document which you used to apply for the test. Bookings are usually processed in the week before the test date.
Results are available on the 13th day after the day of the test.
To collect your Test Report Form in person you need to come to our Hammersmith Campus between 10:00 and 13:00 on the 13th day after the test. You must bring your passport or national ID card (NI – EU National only) with you to be able to collect your results.
If the Test Report Form is not collected between these times then it’s sent by post to the address given in your application form. This takes approximately 5 working days for UK addresses. For overseas addresses please note that mail can take several weeks to be delivered internationally.
You can get an online preview of your results on the 13th day after the test from the following website: https://ielts.britishcouncil.org/results Please note that in order to see your results you will require the candidate number provided on the day of your test and the number of the identification document that you used to book your test.
Please note that we are not permitted to give test results by phone, fax or email.
There are four ways we can help you prepare for an IELTS Test:
You can enrol on to our IELTS Preparation Courses
You can purchase the official IELTS Practice Materials book from us for £20
You can purchase an online mock test which includes examiner feedback for £25
You can purchase one month’s access to the learning centre at a cost of £20
Yes, if they are arranging for a group of students to come in and do the test on the same day. They can also arrange to pay via invoice. Please email email@example.com for details and bookings.
No breaks are scheduled during these tests.
Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College IELTS Test Centre Terms and Conditions:
1. Cancellation or Transfer of my scheduled IELTS test
You can apply for an Enquiry on Results (EOR) within six weeks of the test date and have your results re-marked by a senior examiner at the British Council.
You must pay a £90 enquiry fee, which is fully refunded if your band score changes.
You will need to provide the following, either by post or in person:
The Practice Materials are available for £20. This includes the text book and the DVD.
You can request the Practice Materials when you apply for the test.
Yes, IELTS preparation courses are short and designed to familiarise candidates with the test format and to develop good test techniques so that they maximise their score. Applicants need to be at upper Intermediate level (IELTS band 5 or 6) in order to benefit from the courses.
If you need a longer course to improve your English language skills, the College runs a wide variety of English language courses at all levels at our campuses.
The phone number for general English language course enquiries is: 0800 980 2175.
Yes, someone can collect results on your behalf. They need to bring with them their own passport, a copy of your passport, and a letter of authorisation signed by you.
You need to have your valid ID on the day of the test. It can be only one of the 3 following documents:
If you will not have an original of one of the above mentioned documents on the day of the test – do not apply / pay for your test. You will not be able to sit the test and will not receive a refund.
On the test day you will be required to show us the original of the same ID document that you uploaded online. Any copies, even if they are verified by a solicitor are NOT accepted.
Candidates who don’t have the original of the valid ID document (the same as they used to apply online) will not be able to sit the test and will lose their test fee.
If you miss the test registration because you are late, we cannot allow you to take the test and you will lose your test fee.
If there have been any issues that may have affected your performance in your Ielts Test, then you must raise your complaint on the day of the test. You must immediately tell an invigilator and request a Test Day Incident Form. Please fill the form out and submit it to an invigilator on the day of the test. We may not be able to accept complaints regarding the test if you do not fill out a Test Day Incident form on the day of the test.
Confirmation letters are usually sent via e-mail on the day before the test. If you have not received the confirmation letter by your test date, please bring a copy of your payment confirmation e-mail and application summary with your ID document.
Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org within four working days after your test.
No, we do not have a waiting list. If a date is fully booked, it is not possible to take the test on this date.
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