Singapore currently offers IELTS online

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By Education Today

Posted on August 1, 2022


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 As IDP Education introduces IELTS Online in Singapore, it is now possible to take the most reputable English language exam in the world from the comfort of your own home. IELTS Online is the same academic exam that is recognized and trusted by organizations all around the world, making it appropriate for persons who need to show their English language proficiency for academic purposes.

The IELTS Online exam allows test takers greater flexibility over where they take it. Still, it has the same duration, substance, and structure as the academic IELTS test administered in test centers on paper and on a computer. The introduction of IELTS Online, according to Mr. Raghav Sabharwal, IDP Regional IELTS Director for Southeast Asia, intends to provide test-takers more flexibility and choice. We already provide more than 1,500 IELTS test sites in 56 countries, including more than 280 computer-delivered IELTS centers, and we are now providing test-takers with even more options, according to Mr. Sabharwal.

In order for individuals to feel secure and prepared on test day, he added, “our objective is to enable people to select how and when they take their IELTS exam.” IELTS Online, according to Mr. Sabharwal, is the most recent advancement in an exam that has helped countless students pursue their dreams of studying and working abroad. For more than 30 years, “we have been a global pioneer of high-stakes testing, and we continue to dominate the field today,” he added. IELTS Online evaluates a candidate’s English language competency in four areas: speaking, reading, and writing. Even with the live video call, the Speaking test is still given one-on-one with a certified IELTS examiner.

Importantly, IELTS Online preserves the emphasis on human communication, a critical component to effectively measuring language skills, by incorporating video calls into the Speaking exam. “We are developing new tests to ensure that our technology strengthens rather than substitutes human interaction. Since language is created by humans, so too should testing, “added Mr. Sabharwal.