Ans: AEO is a liaison office of top Australian universities. It provides assistance to students who wish to study in Australia and facilitate the process. AEO conducts IELTS, & UKVI test in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore & Multan on dates mentioned at Test Schedule
Ans: There is no difference between AEO IELTS and British Council IELTS. Both conduct the same IELTS test.
Ans: Results will be delivered to candidates via courier within fifteen days of the test. As a candidate at AEO, you will also be able to view a provisional result online on the 13th calendar day after the test. To Preview IELTS results the link is available on IELTS Results Preview
Ans: No, Candidates cannot get a second copy of IELTS result. He/she can send his result to different intuitions/diplomatic missions through AEO with charges of Rs.500 for local and Rs.2500 for international institutions by courier. AEO holds the right to confirm the status of the institution where the candidate wants to send his/her result.
Ans: Candidate may get registered with AEO for IELTS a week before the test date depending upon the availability of seats.
Ans: Candidate may come personally with complete application at AEO office to submit his/her application.Out stationed candidates can send their IELTS application through Mail/Courier.
Ans: Candidate should contact AEO within 5 days after receiving the result.
Ans: AEO is conducting the IELTS classes in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad.
If you are applying for a UK visa, there is an IELTS test for you.
For visa applications to the UK, you may need to have an English language qualification. IELTS and IELTS Life Skills are included on both the UK Home Office’s list of Secure English Language Tests (referred to as SELT tests by UK Home Office) and the OFQUAL register.
It is recommended you check all visa requirement information directly with the UK government website.
To find out whether you need to take an approved test, what level you need to achieve, and which test you can use, you should contact UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). For more information, please visit www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa.
As a guide, you may refer to the table on here .
Those who are applying for a Tier 4 student visa to a Highly Trusted Sponsor (HTS) to study a bachelor or postgraduate degree are required to meet the English language level set by the institution. All British universities and colleges accept IELTS results. This means that you do not need to take the IELTS test under UKVI specified condition, unless your institution has required you to.
These changes are effective from 6 April 2015.
To assist with the transition, the UK government has announced they will accept results from all IELTS test dates between 6 – 22 April. This means that you can submit your past IELTS results to UKVI if
your visa application requires you to supply results from a Secure English Language Test, and
Your IELTS test date was before 22 April 2015, and
Your IELTS test was taken at any of the 1,000 IELTS test locations around the world, and
You submit your application to UKVI before 5 November 2015.
From 23 April, you will require results from an “IELTS for UKVI” test from one of the UKVI authorized test centres. You can take your IELTS for UKVI test at this test centre.
You will receive an IELTS – or IELTS Life Skills – Test Report Form which shows that you have taken your test to meet the UKVI requirements.
For IELTS and IELTS Life Skills, test dates will be available within 28 days of booking your test. The frequency of IELTS and IELTS Life Skills testing for UK visa and immigration purposes varies by location.
There are no restrictions on retaking IELTS. You can register for a test as soon as you feel you are ready to do so.
If you pass IELTS Life Skills, you cannot retake it for a period of two years. If you do not pass it, there are no restrictions on retaking the test.
The IELTS test for UK visa purposes is designed to meet certain administrative requirements that are specified by UK Visas and Immigration. Test Report Forms will be slightly different, to show that test takers have taken the test at an IELTS UK visa session. The actual test taken is the same – same content, examiners, format, level of difficulty, scoring and so on.
Yes. IELTS test results are accepted by more than 9,000 organisations worldwide, including universities, colleges, governments and employers.
If your IELTS test date was on or before 22 April 2015, UKVI will accept your results until 5 November 2015.
From 23 April, UKVI will require you to submit results from an “IELTS for UKVI” test that was completed at an IELTS test centre authorised by UKVI to run IELTS tests for UK visa and immigration purposes. You must confirm at the time of registration that you wish to use your test result for these purposes.
IELTS Life Skills is a new English language test offered by the three IELTS Test Partners – British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and Cambridge English Language Assessment.
IELTS Life Skills is a test of Speaking and Listening, available at CEFR Level A1 and CEFR Level B1. It is designed to meet the requirements of UK Visas and Immigration for certain visa categories and other immigration purposes.
Are you are applying to UK Visas and Immigration for a ‘family of a settled person’ visa? IELTS Life Skills A1 is the test for you.
Are you applying to UK Visas and Immigration for indefinite leave to remain or citizenship? IELTS Life Skills B1 is the test for you.
To find out whether you need to take an approved test, what level you need to achieve, and which test you can use, you should contact UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). For more information, please visit www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa
You take the test with another test taker and one Examiner. Your own performance on both speaking and listening will be assessed during this one session.
The new test has been designed to meet specific immigration requirements for which applicants only need to demonstrate speaking and listening skills.
IELTS Life Skills at CEFR Level A1 takes 16-18 minutes and Level B1 is 22 minutes.
No, you will be assessed on your Speaking and Listening skills at the same time.
A certificated IELTS Examiner will assess your performance throughout the Speaking and Listening test based on the following criteria:
1- Obtaining information
2- Conveying information
3- Speaking to communicate
4- Engaging in discussion
The performance of the other test taker paired with you in IELTS Life Skills test does not affect the assessment of your own performance.
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You will receive one copy of the IELTS Life Skills Test Report Form.
Test results are normally available within six (6) days of your test.
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