We understand that getting your results is important to you. We know you want them quickly, but it is equally important that we give you the score that reflects your performance.
If you have taken the paper-based test, you will be able to preview your results online after 13 days from the test date. If you have taken the computer-delivered test, you will be able to preview your result online after 3 to 5 days from the test date.
We will send out a paper copy of your IELTS test score, the Test Report Form(TRF), via mail delivery 13 days after the test date for a paper-based test and 3 to 5 days after a computer-delivered test. If you need your result as quick as possible, you can request for express courier service with extra charge (local registered mail for KRW 2,000 and international courier service for KRW 22,000.)
Additional Test Report Forms (TRFs) for institutions
For a period of two years after taking the test, you can apply for up to five free copies to be sent directly to an institution requiring them.
Additional original copies can be posted to receiving institutions (e.g. universities, immigration officers, etc.); please include the relevant addresses when you register
Institutions can also view candidates’ scores through the IELTS Test Report Form Verification Service, provided that they have the candidate’s Test Report Form number.
Validity period of Test Report Form
Institutions will not usually accept a Test Report Form that is more than two years old, unless you provide evidence that you have maintained or improved your English since taking the test.
Enquiry on Results (EOR)
If you are dissatisfied with your score, you can apply to our Enquiry on Results Service to have your test re-marked. This must be done within six weeks of the test date. You can choose which modules are re-marked. There is a fee for this service, which will be refunded should the score on any module change. Enquiry on Results can take up to eight-ten weeks to complete.
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Please contact the Exams team for further information.
Understand your IELTS scores
IELTS provides results for all levels of English: there is no such thing as a pass or fail. You will be given a score from zero to nine for each part of the test – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking
Find out more about how to understand your IELTS scores and the nine-band system.
Find out how IELTS scores relate to the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
Can I re-take the test?
You can take the test as many times as you wish. However, please note that to significantly improve your score it is necessary to undertake further study. IELTS research indicates that scores are unlikely to improve dramatically without extensive English language tuition in the interim.