Time moves really slowly when you are waiting for your IELTS test results. Did you know that instead of looking for the postman every day, you can check the score online?
IELTS results become available online 13 days after the test, on this webpage – click to check IELTS results online.
All you need to do is visit the link above, and enter your family name, passport or other ID number, date of birth and your test date. The IELTS result, once ready, will remain available online for 28 days. If you try to log in and view an older IELTS score (over 1 month old) it may not be available.
Keep in mind that printouts / screenshots of your score taken from that website are generally not accepted by institutions, colleges and professional organizations – they require the actual Test Report Form that you will get from the IELTS test center in regular mail.
In addition to this global link, a similar service is available in the 3 countries below:
And then there is this British Council site where you can check your results, but they say that it includes IELTS candidates from “selected test centres only” – anyway, try your luck!
If you know of any other country where IELT results are available online, please let me know and I will add the link here for everyone to enjoy. Write to info@IELTS-Blog.com or just leave a comment on this post.
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If you’ve checked your result and it’s not what you were hoping for, don’t give up. It is probably because you came across IELTS-Blog too late and didn’t make the most of our great exam tips. I suggest that you download the free IELTS preparation guide here, go through the sample essays here, learn from our high achievers and practice a lot. You would be pleasantly surprised by your next score!
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