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PLEASE WRITE IN BLOCK CAPITALS
1 Preferred date of test
d
d m m y
y
second choice
d
d m m y
y
2 Test city location
3 Last name (family name/surname)
4 Title (Dr/Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms)
5 First (given) name(s)
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These names must be the same as the names on your passport/National Identity Card
and must appear in the same order.
6 Which IELTS test module are you taking? (tick one box only) Academic
General Training
Please note that it is the candidate’s responsibility to select the test module that best meets their needs.
The General Training module is not available on every test date.
7 Address: Please note you will only be sent one copy of your results.
Zip/Postal code
8 Telephone
Mobile number
9 Email
Please provide full and accurate contact information including postal address, phone and mobile number and email which are in constant and valid use.
The test centre or the test partner may contact candidates before or after the test to access the full test registration and administration.
10 Date of birth
d
d m m y
y
11 Gender F M (circle as appropriate)
12 Please indicate which document you will be using as proof of identity and give the number below.
Candidates taking the test outside their own country must use a current passport.
You must bring the ID document indicated below to the test. This is the only form of identity that will be accepted on the test day.
The document must be valid/not expired at registration and on the test day.
Passport
National Identity Card
Passport or National Identity Card number
For office use only
scheme test date
d
d m m y
y
date of payment
receipt number
d d m m y y
ID checked Administrator’s initials­
AC GT
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For questions 13–16 please enter codes and the name of the country of nationality and first language.
You can find codes on pages ii–iv. Please take care and enter this information accurately.
If the codes you enter here are incorrect, the information on your Test Report Form will also be incorrect.
13 Country of nationality (code)
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12 Country of nationality (name)
14 First language (code)
First language (name)
15 Occupation (sector)
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if other, please specify
Occupation (level)
if other, please specify
16 Why are you taking the test?
if other, please specify
17 Which country are you applying to/intending to go to?
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(tick one box only)
Australia Canada New Zealand Republic of Ireland United Kingdom
United States of America other, please specify
18 Where are you currently studying English (if applicable)?
19 What level of education have you completed?
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(tick one box only)
secondary up to 16 years secondary 16–19 years degree or equivalent 20 How many years have you been studying English?
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postgraduate
(tick one box only)
1 (or less than) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (or more)
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21 Do you have a permanent disability, such as a visual, hearing or specific learning difficulty, which requires special
arrangements (for example, modified material, extra time, use of technology, etc.)?
yes
no
If yes, please specify your requirements below. You must attach original supporting medical evidence to this form.
The medical evidence must be in the form of a report prepared in a period no more than two years before the test
date. You must submit requests for modified test materials at least three months before the test.
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Notice to Candidates
IELTS test terms and conditions
You must …
• provide proof of your identity (passport or National Identity Card) at
registration. Contact the test centre to confirm which type of identity
document is accepted. Candidates taking the test outside their own country
must use a passport.
• inform the centre of any changes to your identity document before the test
date. If you do not do this you will not be allowed to take the test and you will
not be eligible for a refund or transfer.
• bring the same identity document on the test day as the one recorded in
your application. If you do not do this you will not be allowed to take the test
and you will not be eligible for a refund or transfer.
• arrive at the centre before the scheduled test start time. If you arrive late, you
will not be allowed to take the test and you will not be eligible for a refund or
transfer.
• leave all personal belongings in the designated belongings area. The only
items you may bring into the test room are your approved identity document,
standard pen(s), pencil(s) and eraser(s), and a bottle of water (label-free).
All electronic devices and all watches must be left in the belongings area
and must be switched off. You may be electronically scanned for devices at
any time during the test day. Any candidate who breaches these conditions
will not receive an IELTS test result or be eligible for a refund or transfer.
While the centre will take all reasonable measures to secure your items in the
belongings area, they cannot be held responsible for any loss.
• consent for your identity to be verified both at test registration and on test
day. This may include:
– having
your photograph taken. You will be required to temporarily remove
any covering from your face. Any candidate who refuses to have a
photograph taken will not be allowed to sit the test and will not be entitled
to a refund. The photograph taken by the centre will appear on your Test
Report Form.
– providing a sample of your signature.
– having your finger scan taken.
• keep only the following items on your desk: your identity document, pen(s),
pencil(s), eraser(s), and a bottle of water (label-free).
Candidates engaging in malpractice will not be allowed to complete the test
and will not receive an IELTS test result. Candidates who are found to have
engaged in malpractice on test day after their result has been issued will have
their result cancelled. Candidates engaging in malpractice may be reported to
regulatory authorities globally and may be liable to legal action.
Your IELTS test result
• Results are issued by centres, usually 13 days after the test.
• You will receive only one copy of your Test Report Form. Replacement
copies are not issued in the event of loss or damage.
• The Test Report Form will be issued in your name as it appears on the identity
document used at registration. If you find that your personal details are
incorrect on the Test Report Form, please contact the centre where you took
the test. Documentation must be provided to verify the correct details. If you
change your name after receiving your Test Report Form, the name will not be
changed on the Test Report Form.
• Your result may not be issued 13 days after the test if the IELTS Test
Partners decide that it is necessary to review any matter associated with
your test or the administration of your test. To assist any investigation, you
may be required to provide writing and speaking samples. In exceptional
circumstances you may be required to re-take one or more IELTS
components.
• Your result may be cancelled after it has been issued if any irregularity is
identified. You may be required to re-take one or more IELTS components.
• Your result will be disclosed to the Recognising Organisations which you
nominated in your application or to which you applied with your Test Report
Form, for the purpose of allowing those organisations to verify the result or to
carry out any enquiries in relation to suspected malpractice.
• If any of the data on the Test Report Form provided by you or your agent to
Recognising Organisations has been altered in any way, your original test
result may be cancelled.
• Candidates are not permitted access to the work they produce in the
IELTS test.
• tell the invigilator at once if you think you have not been given the correct
question paper or if the question paper is incomplete or illegible.
Cancelling your IELTS test o
­ r requesting a transfer
• raise your hand if you need to ask the invigilator something. Candidates may
not ask for, and will not be given, any explanation of the test questions.
• If you cancel your test or request a transfer five weeks or more before the
test date, the test centre will charge an administration fee of up to 25% of
the test fee.
• attend all four components of the test. If you do not attend all four components,
you will not receive an IELTS test result. Exceptions are possible but must
be requested at registration and written approval must be received from
the centre.
• inform the invigilator on the day of the test if you believe that your
performance may be affected by ill health, by the way in which the test
is delivered at the centre or for any other reason. If you have a complaint
relating to the delivery of the test, you must submit your complaint to the test
centre before you leave the centre on test day. Complaints relating to the
delivery of the test will not be accepted after test day.
• leave all test materials in the test room at the end of the test. The test materials
include question papers, Speaking booklets, answer sheets and rough
paper. Any candidate who attempts to remove test materials from the test
room will not receive an IELTS test result.
You must not …
• talk to or disturb other candidates once the test has started.
• lend anything to, or borrow anything from, another candidate during the test.
• eat or smoke in the test room.
• leave the test room without the permission of the invigilator.
• leave your seat until all test materials have been collected and you have
been told you can leave.
• engage in any form of malpractice which may damage the integrity and
security of the IELTS test. Malpractice includes, but is not limited to:
– attempting to cheat in any way, including using notes of any kind from
any source.
– helping another candidate to cheat.
– impersonating another candidate or having another candidate
impersonate you.
– copying the work of another candidate.
– disrupting the test in any way.
– reproducing any part of the test in any medium.
– attempting to alter the data on the Test Report Form.
• If you cancel your test within five weeks of the test date for any reason apart
from medical ones, you will not be eligible to receive a refund. If you cancel
your test or request a transfer within five weeks of the test date for medical
reasons, you must provide supporting medical evidence within five working
days of the test date. Only evidence of serious illness will be considered.
Only original medical certificates will be accepted and must state inability to
appear for the test on the scheduled test date.
How IELTS uses your information
• The IELTS Test Partners recognise and support the right of IELTS test
candidates to privacy.
• When you provide your identity information the IELTS Test Partners link that
information to your IELTS test and test result on the Test Report Form. This
enables you to submit your Test Report Form to Recognising Organisations
and for them to verify your result.
• Test Report Forms will only be sent to those Recognising Organisations
nominated by the candidate in their application or at the request of the
candidate after the issue of results. When a candidate submits a Test Report
Form to a Recognising Organisation they consent to the verification of the
result by that organisation.
• The IELTS Test Partners or their authorised representatives may share
candidate personal data including without limitation test performance or
score data or photographs taken by the centre with educational institutions,
governments (including visa processing authorities), professional bodies
and commercial organisations that recognise IELTS scores (‘Recognising
Organisations’) or law enforcement agencies and regulatory authorities
where required for verification purposes or other purposes to protect the
IELTS test and its stakeholders against any form of malpractice. Finger-scan
data, where obtained, will not be disclosed to any entity except the IELTS
Test Partners.
• The IELTS Test Partners will retain work produced by candidates in the
IELTS test and may use it for quality control purposes and for investigations
into suspected malpractice. Test score data and test responses, in an
anonymous form, may also be used for informational, research, statistical
or training purposes.
*Important: Please detach this section (pages i–iv) and retain for your own records.
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Codes to enter for questions 13–16
Refer to the lists below for the codes to enter for your country of nationality, your first language and
your occupation.
If either your first language or your country of nationality is not listed, enter ‘000’. Look for the closest
description of your occupation and proposed area of study. If your work or position is not covered at all,
then enter ‘00’.
Question 13 – Country of nationality
Afghanistan001
Åland Islands
237
Albania002
Algeria003
American Samoa
004
Andorra005
Angola006
Anguilla238
Antarctica239
Antigua and Barbuda
007
Argentina008
Armenia009
Aruba223
Australia010
Austria011
Azerbaijan012
Bahamas013
Bahrain014
Bangladesh015
Barbados016
Belarus017
Belgium018
Belize019
Benin020
Bermuda021
Bhutan022
Bolivia, Plurinational State of
023
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba 240
Bosnia and Herzegovina
024
Botswana025
Bouvet Island
241
Brazil026
British Indian Ocean Territory
242
Brunei Darussalam
027
Bulgaria028
Burkina Faso
029
Burundi031
Cambodia032
Cameroon033
Canada034
Cape Verde
036
Cayman Islands
038
Central African Republic
039
Chad040
Chile041
China (People’s Republic of)
042
Christmas Island
243
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
244
Colombia043
Comoros044
Congo045
Congo, Democratic
Republic of the
219
Cook Islands
046
Costa Rica
047
Côte d’Ivoire
096
Croatia048
Cuba049
Curaçao245
Cyprus050
Czech Republic
051
Denmark052
Djibouti053
Dominica054
Dominican Republic
055
Ecuador056
Egypt057
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El Salvador
058
Equatorial Guinea
059
Eritrea060
Estonia061
Ethiopia062
Falkland Islands
224
Faroe Islands
063
Fiji064
Finland065
France066
French Guiana
067
French Polynesia
068
French Southern Territories
246
Gabon069
Gambia070
Georgia071
Germany072
Ghana073
Gibraltar074
Greece075
Greenland076
Grenada077
Guadeloupe078
Guam079
Guatemala080
Guinea081
Guinea-Bissau082
Guyana083
Haiti084
Heard Island and
McDonald Islands
247
Holy See (Vatican City State)
212
Honduras085
Hong Kong
086
Hungary087
Iceland088
India089
Indonesia090
Iran, Islamic Republic of
091
Iraq092
Ireland093
Israel094
Italy095
Jamaica097
Japan098
Jordan099
Kazakhstan100
Kenya101
Kiribati102
Korea, Democratic People’s
Republic of
103
Korea, Republic of
104
Kosovo235
Kuwait105
Kyrgyzstan226
Lao People’s Democratic
Republic106
Latvia107
Lebanon108
Lesotho109
Liberia110
Libya111
Liechtenstein112
Lithuania113
Luxembourg114
Macao115
Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav
Republic of
225
Madagascar116
Malawi117
Malaysia118
Maldives119
Mali120
Malta121
Marshall Islands
122
Martinique123
Mauritania124
Mauritius125
Mayotte227
Mexico126
Micronesia, Federal States of
228
Moldova, Republic of
128
Monaco129
Mongolia130
Montenegro131
Montserrat132
Morocco133
Mozambique134
Myanmar135
Namibia136
Nauru137
Nepal138
Netherlands139
New Caledonia
141
New Zealand
142
Nicaragua143
Niger144
Nigeria145
Niue146
Norfolk Island
229
Northern Mariana Islands
230
Norway147
Oman148
Pakistan149
Palau231
Palestine150
Panama151
Papua New Guinea
152
Paraguay153
Peru154
Philippines155
Pitcairn156
Poland157
Portugal 158
Puerto Rico
159
Qatar160
Réunion161
Romania162
Russian Federation
163
Rwanda164
Saint Barthélemy
248
Saint Helena, Ascension and
Tristan Da Cunha
180
Saint Kitts and Nevis
181
Saint Lucia
182
Saint Martin (French Part)
249
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
183
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 184
Samoa217
San Marino
165
Sao Tome and Principe
166
Saudi Arabia
167
Senegal168
Question 14 – First Language
Serbia169
Seychelles170
Sierra Leone
171
Singapore172
Sint Maarten (Dutch Part)
250
Slovakia173
Slovenia174
Solomon Islands
175
Somalia176
South Africa
177
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich Islands
251
South Sudan
252
Spain178
Sri Lanka
179
Sudan185
Suriname186
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
232
Swaziland187
Sweden188
Switzerland189
Syrian Arab Republic
190
Taiwan192
Tajikistan233
Tanzania, United Republic of
193
Thailand194
Timor-Leste222
Togo195
Tokelau196
Tonga197
Trinidad and Tobago
198
Tunisia199
Turkey200
Turkmenistan234
Turks and Caicos Islands
201
Tuvalu202
Uganda203
Ukraine204
United Arab Emirates
205
United Kingdom
206
United States of America
209
United States Minor
Outlying Islands
253
Uruguay207
Uzbekistan210
Vanuatu211
Venezuela213
Vietnam214
Virgin Islands, British
236
Virgin Islands, U.S.
208
Western Sahara
216
Yemen218
Zambia220
Zimbabwe221
Other000
Afrikaans001
Akan002
Albanian003
Amharic004
Arabic005
Armenian006
Assamese007
Aymara008
Azeri
009
Baluchi010
Bambara011
Basque012
Bemba013
Bengali014
Bihari015
Bosnian901
Breton016
Bulgarian017
Burmese018
Byelorussian019
Catalan020
Chinese021
Creole022
Croatian023
Czech024
Danish025
Dari026
Dutch028
Dzongkha027
Efik029
English030
Estonian031
Ewe032
Faeroese033
Farsi034
Fijian035
Filipino904
Finnish036
Flemish037
French038
Fulani039
Ga040
Galician903
Georgian041
German042
Gilbertese043
Greek044
Gujarati045
Haitian Creole
046
Hausa047
Hebrew048
Hindi049
Hungarian050
Ibo/lgbo051
Icelandic052
Igala053
Indonesian054
Irish137
Italian055
Japanese056
Javanese057
Kannada058
Kashmiri059
Kazakh060
Khmer061
Korean062
Kurdish063
Lao064
Latvian065
Lithuanian066
Luba067
Luo068
Luxemburgish069
Macedonian902
Malagasy070
Malay071
Malayalam072
Malinka073
Maltese074
Maori075
Marathi076
Marshallese077
Masai078
Mende079
Mongolian080
Nepali081
Norwegian082
Oriya083
Palauan084
Pashto086
Polish087
Ponapean088
Portuguese089
Punjabi085
Pushtu090
Quechua091
Rajasthani092
Riff093
Romanian094
Romansch095
Russian096
Samoan097
Scottish Gaelic
138
Serbian098
Setswana099
Shona100
Sindhi101
Singhalese102
Slovak103
Slovene104
Somali105
Spanish106
Swahili107
Swazi108
Swedish109
Tagalog110
Tahitian111
Tamil112
Tatar113
Telugu114
Tetum136
Thai115
Tibetan116
Tigrinya117
Tongan118
Trukese119
Tulu120
Tupi/Guarani121
Turkish122
Uighur123
Ukrainian124
Ulithian125
Urdu126
Uzbek127
Vietnamese128
Welsh139
Wolof129
Xhosa130
Yao131
Yapese132
Yiddish133
Yoruba134
Zulu135
Other000
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Question 15 – Occupation
Example
If you are a student, enter 08 because the sector
is Education and 7 because the level is Student.
0
8
7
Sector
Administrative Services
01
Agriculture, Fishing, Forestry, Mining
02
Arts and Entertainment
03
Banking and Finance
04
Catering and Leisure
05
Construction Industries
06
Craft and Design
07
Education08
Health and Social Services
09
Installation, Maintenance and Repair Services
10
Law and Legal Services
11
Manufacturing and Assembly Industries
12
Personal Services
13
Retail Trade
14
Technical and Scientific
15
Telecommunications and the Media
16
Transport17
Utilities (gas, water etc.)
18
Wholesale Trade
19
Other00
Level
Self-employed1
Employer/Partner2
Employee (Senior level)
3
Employee (Middle or Junior level)
4
Worker in the home
5
Retired6
Student7
Other0
Checklist
I have signed the Application Form.
I have provided all the information required.
I have paid the test fee.
(Please note that your application will not be
processed ­without this.)
I have attached a photocopy of my passport /
National Identity Card (pages showing
personal identification details and expiry date).
Question 16 – Why you are taking the test
For higher education extended course
1
(three months or more)
For higher education short course 2
(three months or less)
For other education purposes
3
For registration as a doctor
4
For immigration
5
For employment
6
For professional registration (NOT medical)
7
For personal reasons
8
For registration as a nurse (including CGFNS)
9
For registration as a dentist
10
Other0
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* Important: Please detach this section (pages i–iv) and retain for your own records.
Applications to Recognising Organisations
22 Please give details below of academic institutions/government agencies/professional bodies/employers you would
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like your result sent to. Add your file/case number if known. Results may be sent either electronically or by post to
these organisations. Please complete all details below for the centre to correctly identify Recognising Organisations.
The centre may charge a postal fee for results sent i­nternationally or by courier. The Test Report Form will not be
sent to migration or education agents. Please note that organisations you have listed below may access your results
before you have received or viewed them.
a) Name of person/department
Name of institution/agency/body/employer
File/case number
Address
b) Name of person/department
Name of institution/agency/body/employer
File/case number
Address
c) Name of person/department
Name of institution/agency/body/employer
File/case number
Address
d) Name of person/department
Name of institution/agency/body/employer
File/case number
Address
e) Name of person/department
Name of institution/agency/body/employer
File/case number
Address
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Declaration
1. I acknowledge that the IELTS test is jointly owned by British Council, IELTS Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 84 008 664 766), which is wholly owned by IDP
Education Ltd (‘IDP:IELTS Australia’) and Cambridge English Language Assessment (part of the University of Cambridge), collectively referred to as
the IELTS Test Partners.
2. I certify that the information in my application is complete, true and accurate.
3. I understand that the personal data in my application is collected for the purposes of the IELTS test, and I consent for this data to be disclosed to,
processed and stored by the IELTS Test Partners for the purpose of such administration. I further consent for this data, including, without limitation,
test performance or score data and my test result to be disclosed by the IELTS Test Partners to those Recognising Organisations to which I apply and
to governments (including visa processing authorities) for the purpose of allowing these organisations to verify my test result or to carry out enquiries
in relation to suspected malpractice. If the IELTS Test Partners discover that a false or altered Test Report Form has been provided to any of these
Recognising Organisations or government authorities I further consent that the IELTS Test Partners may inform the same and provide them with my
personal data and any relevant details relating to the work I produce as part of my test taking, including, without limitation, test performance or score data.
4. I understand that my personal data may be processed in an anonymous form by the IELTS Test Partners for statistical and research purposes. The
IELTS Test Partners and the centre administering the test confirm that they will not disclose personal information about candidates to others except as
stated in this Declaration or to the extent permitted by law.
5. I understand that I may view a copy of my personal data contained in the Application Form by contacting [email protected] I understand
that a fee will be charged for access to this information.
6. I understand that if I want a copy of my finger scan it can only be provided as a Binary Large Object (BLOB) and the request must be made to
[email protected] or [email protected] I understand a fee will be charged for access to this information.
7. I understand that if the details on this form are not completed my application may not be processed. I further understand that completing and
submitting this Application Form does not guarantee registration on my preferred test date or at my preferred test location. I understand that my
registration will be confirmed in writing from the centre.
8. I understand that any personal data collected during the identity verification process by the centre either at test registration or on test day will be
processed and securely stored by the IELTS Test Partners for the purpose of the IELTS test. I acknowledge that the photograph taken of me by the
centre will be provided to any Recognising Organisations or government authorities (including visa processing authorities) to which I apply for the
purposes of allowing these organisations to verify my test results or to carry out enquiries in relation to possible malpractice or test integrity issues.
I understand that where finger-scan data is obtained it will not be disclosed to any entity except the IELTS Test Partners.
9. I understand that I will have my photograph taken by the centre to allow the Test Report Form to be released. If I have not had my photograph taken
by the centre no result will be issued.
10.I acknowledge that I have read the IELTS Notice to Candidates on page i and agree to abide by the rules and regulations contained therein.
11.I understand there may be local terms and conditions I must comply with and that the centre will provide details of these on request.
12.I understand that I must attend all four test components in order to receive an IELTS test result and that any exception to this must be approved in
advance by the centre.
13.I understand that the IELTS Test Partners have a responsibility to all candidates and Recognising Organisations to ensure the highest confidence
in the accuracy and integrity of test results and that the IELTS Test Partners therefore reserve the right to withhold test results temporarily or
permanently, or to cancel test results which have been issued, if they consider those results to be unreliable for reasons of suspected malpractice
or any other irregularity in the test process.
14.
I understand that my result may not be issued 13 days after the test if any of the IELTS Test Partners deem it necessary to review any matter associated
with my test or the administration of my test, including making enquiries as to whether any rules or regulations have been breached. I understand that I
may be required to provide additional samples of my writing and speaking for the purposes of assisting any investigation before or after the test.
I understand that in exceptional circumstances I may be required to re-take one or more IELTS components.
15.I understand that if I am suspected of engaging in any form of malpractice, or do anything that might damage the integrity and security of IELTS, I
may not receive a test result, my test fee will not be refunded and I may be prohibited from taking the IELTS test in the future. Despite and without
limiting any of the terms of this Declaration, I understand that details of any malpractice (including evidence of suspected malpractice) that has been
established, is suspected, or is being formally investigated may be provided to Recognising Organisations, including visa processing authorities and
appropriate regulatory authorities, or otherwise disclosed in accordance with the law, where required for verification purposes or other purposes to
protect the IELTS test and its stakeholders against any form of malpractice. I further understand that suspected malpractice will be reported centrally
to the IELTS Test Partners and to any relevant test centre by the centre where the suspected malpractice occurred.
16.I understand that if any other person attempts to take the IELTS test in my place, both I and such person will be liable to prosecution. Details relating to
the situation will be provided to the relevant authorities, including visa processing authorities and appropriate regulatory authorities.
17.I understand that the work I produce in the IELTS test remains the property of the IELTS Test Partners. It will not be released to candidates or to
institutions or organisations, except in the investigation of suspected malpractice whereby my work may be provided to relevant authorities.
18.I understand that my Speaking test will be recorded. I understand that in the event the test does not record I will be required to re-take the Speaking
test. I also agree that an observer may attend my Speaking test as part of the monitoring process.
19.I understand that I will be charged the full test fee if I cancel my test or request a transfer within five weeks of the test date, unless I provide
appropriate medical evidence, within five days of the test date, to support the cancellation or transfer.
20.I acknowledge that I have read the IELTS Information for Candidates booklet.
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