Here’s what you need to know before you book IELTS Indicator

IELTS Indicator is a test of Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking which you can complete at home with results available within seven days.

Available for a limited time, the test helps you progress your university or educational institution applications while IELTS testing is limited or suspended in certain locations due to COVID-19.

Universities and educational institutions can use IELTS Indicator to help gauge the English language abilities of future students.

The IELTS Indicator Academic test occurs once a week. 

 

Before you book – complete the IELTS Indicator checklist

Do you have the following?

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A quiet, comfortable and well-lit space to take your test, on your own

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A laptop or desktop computer (Mac or PC only; you cannot take IELTS Indicator on a mobile or tablet device)
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A stable internet connection

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A working microphone and web camera on and uncovered for the duration of the test

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Speakers (headphones can not be used)

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Availability for the full duration of the Listening, Reading and Writing test – approximately 2 hours 45 minutes. These sections of the test need to be completed in one sitting; you cannot pause and come back later. Your Speaking test will be conducted separately.

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Please note as IELTS Indicator does not replace in-person testing, it is not accepted by all organisations. Before you book, be sure to check with your university or educational institution

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You must be 16 years or older to take IELTS Indicator

Book your IELTS Indicator test

Currently the earliest availability for IELTS Indicator test bookings is 29 July 2020.

IELTS Indicator is not available in your country.