The next IELTS Exam – what you need to knowIELTS Medical
- By Lidia
The 26th of August marks the date of the next Academic IELTS exam. We encourage our well-prepared, confident medical professionals to book a spot to what may represent the beginning of an exciting career journey.
In the article below we provide you information on the most common questions we encounter from our medics’.
What does the Academic IELTS examination involves?
The Academic IELTS examination involves testing around four language skills, namely Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. For more information on the band criteria you will be tested, check out the British Council website.
You shall be provided with the results within 13 days upon examination.
Tell me about the exam day…
Registration for the exam starts at 8.00 am. The first three papers in Listening, Reading and Writing will take place in the modern lecture theatre, with sound audio equipment facilities. Upon completion, we shall subsequently relocate for our centre and for lunch (provided) and the Speaking Examination.
What do I need to bring in with me?
It is important that you bring with you a pen. (Check out the story of the lucky pen.)
Where is the exam taking place?
You shall be joining a maximum of 20 other medics taking the exam at our based in Archway, North London. The location is easily accessible and close to major train / tube stations.
How can I book in a spot?
To accommodate and confirm your booking request, we encourage you to give us a call as soon as possible. Feel free to ask our friendly team for more information about the exam, our locations and future exam dates.
At IELTS Medical, we aim to provide our medics’ a seamless experience so they can relax and perform at their best.
Pass your IELTS with us… Call 02036376722.