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Validity Of The IELTS Score:
The validity of the IELTS scores is for two years. After the time period of two years your IELTS scores will be considered invalid and the student will have to appear for the IELTS test again.
IELTS Scores Report:
The report of IELTS scores is issued two weeks after the IELTS test. In case the student requires the IELTS scores before two weeks, he will have to pay an extra amount of money as is stated in the application form. All the four test sections are scored on a band scale of 1 to 9. The overall IELTS scores are taken out of the average of IELTS scores that the student gets in all the four test sections and IELTS score is reported out of bands 1 to 9.
The IELTS scores are issued after two weeks all around the world to maintain a level of coherence and unity. This gives more time to check the student’s IELTS scores carefully and remove any inconsistency before the IELTS scores are released. In case the student loses his IELTS score test report form of the result, he can apply for another copy of the IELTS scores from the center where he took the test.
How To Calculate The IELTS Scores
The IELTS scores of academic and general training modules for listening and writing are calculated in the same manner. If the student gets 1 mark in either the listening or writing test then his IELTS score will be 1. If the student gets 2 - 3 marks then his IELTS score will be 2, marks 4- 9 mean 3 scores, and marks 10 - 16 mean 4 bands. If the student secures 17 - 24 marks then it means that his score will be 5. 25- 32 marks mean 6 score. In order to get an IELTS score of 7 bands the student will have to get 33- 37 marks. For an IELTS score of 8 the student will have to get 38-39 marks. For getting an IELTS score of 9 bands the student will have to secure 40 marks in the IELTS test.
If the student is not able to get a good IELTS score or is not satisfied with his IELTS scores then he can reappear for the IELTS test. The student will not be allowed to appear for the retest before a time period of 3 months from the first IELTS test date on which he appeared for the test.
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