Since its launch in 1989, IELTS has been an innovator in English language testing and was the first to measure the ability to communicate in all four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking
IELTS is available to test takers in more than 800 locations in more than 130 countries.
Every aspect of the IELTS test, from test design and administration, to the marking and reporting of results, is subject to the highest quality controls, security procedures and integrity management practices.
This rigor has ensured that IELTS remains trusted and recognized by immigration authorities and government departments in almost all English-speaking countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. More than 7,000 organizations worldwide -including government agencies, professional associations and employers -recognize and accept IELTS scores.
IELTS is available to test takers in more than 800 locations in more than 130 countries. To find out your local test center and to ask about available test dates use the search facility on the IELTS website.
Find preparation materials and further guidance on taking the IELTS test on the IELTS website.
For your protection, no office (including the IDP US office) has access to your test results except the testing center at which you took your exam. If you are enquiring about your results or need an additional copy, please contact the testing center you attended.
For any enquiries regarding IELTS find your local IELTS test center. Alternatively, view the FAQ or use IELTS online enquiry form on the IELTS website. The U.S. office does not provide assistance with IELTS questions.