How To Apply
There are 2 ways to apply for the IELTS test. Please click on a link below for step-by-step instructions:
For all forms of registration, the following must be submitted in order to consider your application complete:
- Completed online application
- A clear scan of your passport or PR card
- Create a New User file. Please complete the entire profile in CAPITAL LETTERS. Also, please make sure you write your full name including middle name(s) and double check your address.
- Make a payment online by either credit card or debit card. For in-person payments, only cash is accepted.
- IELTS is very strict about the ID scan, as it is the primary form of ID that is used for the test. Please scan your ID at a high resolution so that we can clearly see the details of your face and information listed below. If your ID scan is not approved, you will not be allowed to sit the test and you will not receive a refund.
The coloured digital copy of your ID document must include the following information:
- ID Document Number
- ID Expiry Date
- Full name
- Date of birth
Please scan & upload a coloured copy of your passport or PR card to your profile within 1 business day so we can approve your application for your test.
- Once your ID has been verified, you will receive your test confirmation email. Applicants should expect approximately 48 hours for processing.
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How to Apply In-Person
In order to apply in person, come to our offices at 515 1st Street SE, Calgary, AB. We are open Monday to Friday, from 8:30 to 4:00.
Applications done in person still require you to sign up online, but we can provide you with a computer if you do not have one readily accessible. You may make your payment online by credit or debit card, or in-person by cash. Once registered and paid, you can do your Identity Registration with our registration staff for fast confirmation of your test placement.
How to Complete your Test Application
IELTS has implemented security procedures that require all candidates to complete a fingerscan and an on-site photograph. This is a mandatory procedure and must be completed by all applicants prior to the first module being tested on testing day.