Experience the IELTS on computer test system before you sit the real test, and know what to expect on the test day.
IELTS Exam Modules
Frequently Asked Questions
It is an IELTS exam which is done online on a computer. For the real test, you will need to go to the IELTS test centers to take the test.
In paper-based test, you write your answers on the paper while in the computer-delivered IELTS, you submit your answers on the desktop computer. Just notice that in computer-delivered IELTS, the speaking test is done face –to-face with an examiner the same way as the paper-based test. The only difference is that the speaking test is on the same day as the written test.
computer-delivered IELTS at Lingo Mock is exactly similar to the real tests in which you must take your test in 4 skills; Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking with the same appointed time for each section as it is in the real test.
You can receive your Test Report Form (TRF) in three to five days after your IELTS exam.
We will send your TRF to you via email.
Not necessarily, you can choose your desired speaking date according to the Speaking Test Dates which are presented on the website.
Yes, unfortunately you will lose the speaking test, so you’d better make sure to choose the date and the time when you are able to take part in exam.
Yes, you can use your laptop /pc with a suitable internet connection to take your test. However, for the real test, you will need to go to test centre.
The IELTS Reading and Listening sections will be marked by the computer while the Writing and Speaking sections are scored by trained examiners.
The test results are checked by the trained examiners. The examiners are all trained by IDP and have had their scoring standards tested several times by real examiners.
Yes, there is no difference in the content, so in both types of tests, the 4 skills are tested in the same structure, and content.
No, actually there is no difference because the CRITERIA which are assessed in both of these tests are the same.
IELTS results are reported as band scores on a scale from 1 (the lowest) to 9 (the highest). Band ‘0’ is given to those who have not attended the test.
There is no minimum score to pass the test. The results are calculated from band 1 to band 9.
The minimum age for giving the IELTS exam is 16 years.