The IELTS test is a popular test for entry to universities and colleges that teach in English.
There were more than two million IELTS tests taken in the past year and there are 9,000 organisations worldwide that accept IELTS results, including more than 3,000 universities and colleges in the USA. In addition, the governments of the UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand accept IELTS results for student visas and for migration.
Get free test preparation material
If you are preparing for an IELTS test, download our free IELTS preparation pack here.
This IELTS Essentials pack contains:
1) Examiner-approved IELTS tips
Get practical IELTS advice from examiners to be best prepared for your test.
2) Prepare for IELTS checklist
Organise your IELTS journey with this handy checklist.
3) What to expect on test day
What's the registration process? Will I need a finger scan? What can I bring with me into the test room? Read this guide to answer your questions about test day.
IDP IELTS Masterclass
IDP IELTS Masterclass sessions help you understand what examiners are looking for, give you some practical tips on how best to enhance your English and provide guidance on common mistakes to avoid. Search for an upcoming IDP Masterclass near you.
At IDP, candidates’ IELTS results are uploaded onto the website 13 days after the test day, and remain available for the following 28 days. Candidates need to provide personal information such as their full name, date of birth, ID card or passport number and test date. The official result (TRF) will be available to the candidate 13 days after the test date. Accessing the result online is a complimentary service available from IDP IELTS Australia, the co-owner of IELTS examination in order to provide an extra benefit and better service to all IDP candidates around the world.
Please note that online results cannot serve as a replacement for the official report, and this service is designed for IELTS candidates at IDP only.