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Proof of Vaccination

Proof of vaccination is now mandatory to access certain services, businesses, and events in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec. For entry to the IELTS Test, you will be required to show your proof of full vaccination OR a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or rapid antigen), as well as the photo ID you used to register. Your second dose of the vaccine must be received a minimum of 14 days before your test. If presenting a negative COVID-19 test for entry, it must have been taken within 72 hours before your test.

Transfers due to COVID-19

Updated: 30-November-2021

If you are unable to attend the test because of COVID-19 (including being unable to meet the conditions of the Health Declaration), we will provide you with a transfer to a new test date as long as you send an email to your centre and provide the required transfer form and supporting documentation within 5 days of your original test date. You must have all your documents sent to us within 5 days of your original test date. Please download the Request for Test Date Transfer Form, fill it in and forward the form to the test centre along with your supporting documentation. If you do not contact us after missing your test, the test fee is forfeit.

You can only transfer the same booking once.

An administrative fee will be charged when a transfer is requested due to COVID-19.

As of August 12, 2021, refunds are no longer permitted under the IELTS COVID Policy. All refunds must meet the conditions of the regular refund policy.

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Safety measures

 

Here is a summary of some of the additional precautions we have introduced for your test day:

  1. Ask you to sign a health declaration
  2. Test takers and staff must wear a mask while waiting for a test and during all parts of the test (you will be asked to remove your mask for ID verification)
  3. Installing plexiglass shields in our speaking test rooms
  4. Hand sanitizers readily available
  5. Test room disinfection and deep cleaning
  6. Additional spacing for test takers and reduced group sizes

 

Additional Test Dates