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Computer-based IELTS test launched in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Over the years, the British Council in Pakistan is helping students and professionals across the country through its International English Language Testing System (IELTS) to fulfill goal of their lives.

Moving one step ahead, test takers in Pakistan will now be able to take IELTS on a computer, with the computer-delivered test, aimed to create ease for the students and the professionals.

“We aim to provide our test takers with greater flexibility along with the convenience of choosing the IELTS delivery method that suits them the most,” said British Council’s Country Director Pakistan, Rosemary Hilhorst.

The computer based test facility will be launched at test centres in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad from 24 of this current month.

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The facility would allow the test takers to choose the option and time to take the IELTS test that works best for them.

This is not all; they can also get their results in no time, with results typically available between five to seven days after the completion of the test.

The test content, timing and structure to remain the same in both options i-e(paper and computer test).

Moreover, the speaking portion of the test remains face-to-face with a certified IELTS examiner.

Whether test takers take IELTS on paper or computer, they can be confident that they are taking the same trusted English language test.



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