In the latest turn of events, the British Council has revealed changes in the test pattern of IELTS for IELTS aspirants who plan to improve their scores without the requirement for a total retest.
The inventive feature, suitably named ‘One Skill Retake,’ offers aspirant candidates the opportunity to reattempt a solitary segment of the IELTS test, be it listening, reading, writing, or speaking.
Andrew Mackenzie, the Director of IELTS at the British Council, made sense that this development was conceived out of the organization’s commitments to its clients.
He expressed that they grasped that, with satisfactory arrangement and backing, their test takers could accomplish their best scores on test day.
He added that ‘One Skill Retake‘ enabled contender to return to a particular skill in the event that they understood did not go well in their previous attempt at the IELTS test.
In addition, associations accepting IELTS scores with the ‘One Skill Retake’ choice can enable applicants with the adaptability to meet entry requirements while keeping up with high standards.
This drive highlights the IELTS accomplices’ devotion to helping test takers understand their maximum capacity.
Maarya Rehman, Deputy Director of the British Council in Pakistan, underscored their commitment to engaging IELTS test aspirants, making the British Council the main significant high-stakes test supplier offering this remarkable choice in Pakistan.
IELTS aspirants who pick ‘One Skill Retake’ will get an optional Test Report Form reasonable for relocation and scholastic purposes. Contingent upon their outcomes, applicants can decide to utilize either their unique or new test report for the skill they retake.
This feature can be reserved somewhere around 60 days before the initial IELTS test, offering competitors more prominent adaptability and command over their test results.