IELTS TEST ELIGIBILITY

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IELTS Eligibility – What are the eligibility requirements for taking the IELTS test?

The IELTS test is a test of your proficiency in English. For now and we believe for the coming times also, there is no minimum eligibility nor will there be any to appear for the exam.

British Council and IDP Australia have kept this test open to any individual who wishes to study in a native English speaking nation. Since all the universities in western nations use English as a primary language of instruction, the authorities see the IELTS test scorecard to validate whether you will be able to absorb the learning in a seamless and easy manner or not. You take the paper to show that you have an understanding of the English Language and can easily communicate in this language.

What are the minimum IELTS bands required by Top Universities?

Every course and every university have different requirements and they create their own guidelines for their courses. For example, if you are applying to LSE (London School of Economics), a standard course requires overall of 7 bands and no less than 6.5 bands in any of LRWS.

On the other hand, if you are applying for any of the law programs in LSE, you have to have an overall of 7.5 bands with LRW – 7 band and Speaking -6.5 band. Experience has shown that students who are fully proficient in English are best placed to make the most of all that LSE has to offer, both academically and socially.

So, you see, the colleges have their own set of requirements. Visit the college website to know more about their IELTS test score requirement. Every university has a different set of requirements and their own set of guidelines for giving

What is the minimum age for giving IELTS?

Currently, if you are 16 years and above, then you can attempt for the IELTS test. You can be from any nation and any background. If you are above 16 and less than 18 years of age, then we recommend you to book your exam under your parents’ guidance.

What if your country does not conduct an IELTS exam?

This is very rare, but this can be a case to consider. In this case, we ask you to find out the nearest country that conducts the exam and wishfully visit that country for migration.

One of our students looking for immigration abroad and preparing for IELTS exam was banned from taking the IELTS test in India because of a situation he created in his first attempt in the exam he was taking in India. He went to attempt the exam in South Africa as he is a businessman and continuously keeps travelling to this African country. He was able to take the exam and his scores were accepted. Intriguing!

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