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    How To Make Fake IELTS Results – Is It Possible?

    Want to know how you can make fake IELTS results? If so, keep reading so you can learn if there is any way to submit false IELTS results!

    HOW TO MAKE FAKE IELTS RESULT

    Fake IELTS Results

    It is no secret that getting a high score on the IELTS exam can be the key to achieving your dreams of studying or working in a foreign country. However, some people may be tempted to try and get their hands on an illegal IELTS certificate in order to boost their scores. This is not only unethical, but it can also be very dangerous.

    Illegal IELTS certificates are often obtained through fraudulent means, such as using stolen identities or paying someone to take the test for you. This can lead to serious legal consequences, including imprisonment and deportation. Additionally, obtaining an illegal certificate can also ruin your reputation and make it difficult to get into other legitimate schools or jobs in the future. So if you are thinking about cheating on your IELTS test, think again – it’s just not worth it!

    IELTS Exam Registration

    Thinking of writing your IELTS Examination could be a stressful time, especially because you have many things to prepare for. Many students think registration for the IELTS Exam is a simple process but making a slight error in your IELTS exam registration can cause the examiner to refuse you entry on your exam!  Be sure to understand how to properly register for your examination. In this post, I discuss the steps you should take for the registration of your IELTS examination if you should choose between an in-person exam or a computer-based exam if you should register for the general or academic test format, how to find the closest test center near you and what information you should bring with you on the day of the examination.

    Before your IELTS exam registration

    Step 1: Depending on your needs, figure out if you need to register for the IELTS Academic Exam or the IELTS General Training exam. As discussed in my previous post, the IELTS academic exam is usually taken by test takers who intend to register for degree-level studies such as undergraduate or post-graduate levels or some people may need it when registering for a professional job such as a doctor.

    Whereas test-takers who write the IELTS General Training examination are those individuals who intend to move to an English-speaking country (UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand) for the purposes of training or studying at a non-degree level.

    Step 2: Before considering an IELTS Exam registration date, it is important that you have a look at my blog that’s titled What to do for IELTS Exam Preparation because I provide you with a study plan that will help you prepare for each section of the examination (reading, speaking, listening, and writing).  I recommend my students to spend time on all the sections because you can always be caught off guard with a question within a section you thought you were confident in. However, whether you want to only look over certain sections

    Step 3: Once you have a study guide in mind, set a routine for yourself and allocate some time daily strictly for study time. For example, you will study only the writing section on Mondays, you will study the reading section on Tuesdays, etc. This method works best if you really want to become familiar with each section. I recommend giving yourself 1-3 hours a day to study. There are many great IELTS online practice tests that I will be sharing with you all in my coming blogs.

    Step 4: Next, once you have a study routine set up for yourself, arrange that your registration date for the IELTS Examination is booked within a month or two, to ensure that the information you remember the information you studied. In my opinion, if you register for your IELTS examination more than 2 months away, you may fall off your study routine or the information you studied won’t be remembered.

    The registration process for the IELTS examination

     I recommend going through one of these two options when registering for the IELTS Examination:

    Option 1:

    Going through the official IELTS website (https://www.ielts.org/for-test-takers/book-a-test) to book your IELTS examination will give you the option to locate the closest test center near you. Once you select your location by Country, you will be prompted to a list where you are able to choose your city to minimize your search. While looking for the option, you will see a small computer icon that will notify you if the center offers both computer-based examination and paper-based examination. Once you select your option, you will be prompted to answer a few other questions. Please ensure that all spelling and information is correct before you hit enter.

    Keep note that there is a $300-$350 CAD examination fee when completing your IELTS registration. This fee can be paid online or in person. If you prefer to pay in person, you will be required to complete an application form and visit your local test center ahead of time.

    Option 2:

    Another option I would recommend is booking your exam through the International Education Specialists (IDP) website (www.idp.com). When visiting the website, you will need to create an account. Once you create an account, you will be prompted to book your IELTS examination. Following the booking instructions, will allow you to choose from a list of available centers and dates for each center.

    Be sure that you choose the same ‘First name’ and ‘Last name’ as those given to IDP during the registration process. Also, be sure to enter your date of birth correctly on this page – it must match exactly what was entered at the time of registration or on the photo page used for registering with IELTS on the day of the test.

    Remember to take a copy of your ID with you on the test day. I highly recommend taking a copy of your passport (the identification page) and student card if you have one available with you, as these will help the center identify who you are when checking in.

    Finally, you will be prompted to the payment page where you will be required to pay for your examination. Please keep note that you should receive an email confirmation upon registering for the examination. If you do not receive a confirmation, you must contact IDP since you will need this email on exam day.

    Conclusion

    There are many important points to consider before the registration of the IELTS Examination. Ensuring that you have a study plan with a routine in mind is important because this will help you best prepare for the examination. As mentioned earlier, booking your examination 1-2 months ahead of time is important because the content you study will stay fresh in your mind. Finally, you are able to choose between two websites to register for the IELTS examination.  The first one I mentioned was https://www.ielts.org/for-test-takers/book-a-test) and the second one was (www.idp.com). Hopefully, you found this article insightful, I would love to hear from you in the comments below. Please share what part of the world you are reading this from and when you plan on taking your IELTS examination.

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