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  • IELTS is highly recommended by teachers.
    Meghana Rathanakumar, St. Margaret's Co-educational English Secondary and Primary School, IELTS score 8.5 (UK)
  • IELTS is easier to access than many other language proficiency tests and is well-recognised by most universities.
    Tina Lok Sun Ko, Ying Wa Girls' School, IELTS score 8 (Canada)
  • IELTS is more accepted and authoritative than many other tests.
    Xiaowen Huang, Beijing Normal University,Zhuhai, IELTS score 6 (UK)
  • IELTS results are returned quickly and are widely recognised.
    Hon To Lee, City University of Hong Kong, IELTS score 6.5
  • British Council IELTS offers better service and great conditions.
    Xiongfeng Lei, Shenzhen University, IELTS score 6 (UK)
  • IELTS is the most recognised language proficiency test in the world.
    Tsz Long Ryan Choy, Po Leung Kuk Centenary Li Shiu Chung Memorial College, IELTS score 7.5 (HK)
  • My teacher recommended IELTS to me.
    Weng U Wong , Macau Pui Ching middle school, IELTS score 6 (Australia)
  • IELTS is more accepted and authoritative than many other tests.
    Xiaowen Huang, Beijing Normal University,Zhuhai, IELTS score 6 (UK)
  • IELTS is internationally accepted.
    Emil Lau, Creative Secondary School, IELTS score 7.5 (HK)
  • IELTS is required by Australian immigration and the skill assessment board.
    Jane Chan, HK developer, IELTS score 7.5 (Australia)
  • British Council IELTS is an official test organiser with global reputation.
    Ching Ki Choi, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, IELTS score 6.5 (UK)
  • British Council and IELTS have a good reputation.
    Sarah Tsang, The University of Hong Kong, IELTS score 8.5 (UK)
  • IELTS seems to be more widely recognised than other language proficiency tests.
    Zoe Li, St. Mary's Canossian College, IELTS score 7.5 (HK)
  • It is well-recognised by numerous employers.
    Hoi Yee Yau, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, IELTS score 7.5 (HK)
  • There was great service from registering to attending the test at the British Council.
    Yiling Ni, Macau University of Science and Technology, IELTS score 6 (UK)
  • I choose IELTS because I could talk to the examiner when I was taking the speaking exam. He/She could adjust topics based on the level of the candidate. This makes candidates feel more comfortable.
    Nga Ieng Wong, Douglas International Education Centre, IELTS score 6.5 (UK)
  • Dicky Ho, Logos Academy, IELTS score 8 (UK)
    IELTS is internationally recognised.
  • IELTS is more common and widely accepted by institutions in Hong Kong than other language proficiency tests.
    Wing Yan Ho, the City University of Hong Kong, IELTS score 8 (HK)
  • IELTS is widely accepted in Britain and I had the impression that, in general, it enjoys better merit than other language proficiency tests.
    Magnus Korsæth, Li Po Chun United World College, IELTS score 8.5 (UK)
  • I took IELTS with British Council because both the exam and organisation are credible.
    Sham Yee Sammi Yu , the Chinese University of Hong Kong, IELTS score 8 (Canada)
  • I like the face-to-face speaking test offered in IELTS more than just talking to a computer, as is the case in some other language proficiency tests.
    Yuzhuo Wang, City University of Hong Kong , IELTS score 7 (HK)
  • IELTS is professional and widely-accepted.
    Nijing Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, IELTS score 7 (Germany)
  • I took IELTS with British Council in Hong Kong because of their reputation.
    Wai Lam Foo, Holy Spirit Seminary College of Theology and Philosophy, IELTS score 8 (Belgium)
  • The format of the IELTS test is familiar for Hong Kong students.
    Po Yuen Ho, the University of Hong Kong, IELTS score 7 (Germany)