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Student testimonials from Korea

"I heard that IELTS is the most accurate evaluation when it comes to assessing English proficiency. "

Jisu Jang, Hospital, IELTS score 6 (US)


"I think IELTS is different from other English tests, especially TOEFL. When I had to choose between the two, I didn't want to study for a test in which it is impossible to get a high score without memorising useless jargons. IELTS gave me a chance to succeed with my everyday English, learned from watching UK dramas and listening to BBC radio. I think that IELTS is a very valid test. If you are really interested in English and use it on a daily basis, getting a high score is not as difficult as it is in other tests. "

Chaelyeon Pak, The Catholic University of Korea, IELTS score 7 (US)


"ELTS is useful in the UK and other countries. "

Jiye Park, Korea Maritime and Ocean University, IELTS score 6 (Korea)


"IELTS is a high-standard testing system. "

Velislava Aleksieva, Kangnam University, IELTS score 7.5


"I took IELTS because a friend suggested it. "

Youn Hwang, IELTS score 7.5 (Canada)


"I think IELTS is the best way to develop your English. Other tests mainly focus on improving your test-taking skills. "

Yunsu Park, Korea University / Prain Global Inc., IELTS score 6 (UK)


"IELTS and TOEFL iBT are both accepted by Seoul National University but the reason I chose IELTS is because of its speaking section. I personally think a face-to-face interview with a certified examiner is more realistic than giving responses to a computer, and will be more helpful for my daily English. "

Bin Cui, Seoul National University, IELTS score 6.5 (Korea)


"British Council and IELTS have authority. "

Anning Yang, KyungHee University, IELTS score 6 (UK)


"I think IELTS is the most desired and accurate test for your English proficiency. It tests four areas of English and I am pretty sure that my test results reflect my proficiency. "

Minkyou Kim, IELTS score 7 (Canada)


"IELTS seems to be the most accurate test to examine language abilities. "

Donggil Baek, Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, IELTS score 8.5 (UK)


"British Council has a better atmosphere for taking IELTS in comparison to other institutions. "

Seungho Han, IELTS score 6.5 (Australia)