Register for your IELTS test in three easy steps:
- Choose your test date and location – search by Test Date or Test Location
- Complete the registration process and user profile
- You will need to upload a high-quality scan of an ID document, either your current valid passport or both sides of your Permanent Resident (PR) Card
- Payments are accepted by credit card (Visa. Mastercard, Amex) and Interac Online. Once you book a test you have 24 hours to complete the payment. After 24 hours your application will expire.
- Review your confirmation email and get started on your free online IELTS prep!
If you have previously created a user profile when registering for an account and are re-applying for a test, you do not need to sign up, you can simply sign in using the username and password you originally created. You do not need to upload your ID document again.
You must bring the ID document used for registration with you on test day – either your valid passport or Permanent Resident (PR) Card. Photocopies of either document will not be accepted, please be sure to bring the originals.
Application for Special Arrangements/Application for Modified Test Materials
Applications for modified test materials must reach the test centre at least three months before the test date. If the application is received after this, it is unlikely that the requested modified materials will be able to be supplied.
All applications should be supported by medical evidence, which should meet the following criteria:
The medical evidence should be accessible in terms of language and legibility.
The medical evidence should be an original document on letterhead, and bearing the name, relevant qualification(s) and signature of a recognized practitioner.
The medical evidence should give a clear statement of the test taker’s disability.
The medical evidence should make it clear how the disability justifies special arrangements.
Additional criteria apply in the case of applications for accommodation for test takers with specific learning disabilities (e.g. dyslexia):
The medical evidence must be in the form of a report prepared in a period no more than two years prior to the date of the IELTS test.
The report must include details of the degree of disability.
The report must include an assurance that the evidence of specific difficulties was obtained through the results of appropriate and recognized tests.
The report must be provided by a fully qualified educational, clinical or chartered psychologist.
Application for Administrative Arrangements
Applications which only involve administrative arrangements such as extra time, supervised breaks or assistance with reading or writing, are authorized at the centre. Candidates should give at least six weeks’ notice of their requirement for these arrangements to allow centres time to check medical evidence where appropriate, and to organize practical matters such as extra staff or rooms.
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