IELTS to start One Skill Retake

IELTS to start One Skill Retake

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The worldwide popular English Testing Agency, IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is song going to start a new feature for the applicants, i.e. One Skill Retake.

This new option will facilitate test takers to retake one section of the four language skills (i.e. Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking) of the English test, if they are not able to receive the desired score in the first attempt. This much-awaited option is likely to be available in November at limited IDP IELTS centres in Australian capital cities.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

The IELTS is an internationally recognized English testing agency approved and accepted by top advanced nations, i.e. Australia, Canada, etc. to verify the English language skills of the immigration applicants. This new feature will give test takers a second opportunity to show their full potential. 

Talking about the new feature Mr Warwick Freeland, MD – IELTS, IDP Education, said, “With the right preparation and support, we know our test takers achieve their best score the first time around,”

He further added, “However, we listened to our test takers and they told us they wanted the opportunity to retake one section of the test if they didn’t get the score they were aspiring for on test day. With One Skill Retake, test takers can get their study, migration or work applications plans back on track,”

The test takers, who will choose One Skill Retake in its first launch phase, will get a second Test Report Form, which they can use for migration and study purposes by the Department of Home Affairs, Australia.

To know more and apply for Visa in Australia this year, you may contact Australia PR Avenue on Toll-Free-Number- 78-18-000-777. 

Disclaimer: Above news is prepared based on the information shared on IELTS IDP official website. Further details will be shared as soon as more information is available. Please find the link below.

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