You will receive one copy of the form, or two copies if you are applying to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). You can arrange for your test centre to post this to you, or you can pick it up in person.
Your results will also be available to view online for 28 days. (This should not be used as an official confirmation of your performance).
Your IELTS test centre will provide you with a link to your results or you can view them via one of these websites:
You will need your passport or ID number (the same number you used when you registered for the test) and your candidate number.
If you have any questions or problems, contact your test centre.
When you book your test, you can nominate up to five organisations to be sent your IELTS test results on your behalf. This service is free of charge. Results can be sent to further nominated organisations for a small administration fee.
If your centre has closed, you can ask for your IELTS result to be sent to your nominated organisations by organisations (by filling in the Application for additional TRFs (from closed centres) form. This service is available for up to two years from the date of your IELTS test.
If you are not happy with your result, you can apply for a review of your score(s) through a service called an Enquiry on Results (EOR).
During the review process:
The request for a re-mark must be made within six weeks of the date shown on your TRF at your test centre. You may ask to re-mark the whole test or any sections of it (Listening, Reading, Writing or Speaking).
You must pay an enquiry fee, which is fully refunded if your band score changes. Contact your test centre for more information about fees.
Your result will normally be available in 2 to 21 days, depending on several factors including the number of sections requested for re-mark. If you have not received a response after 28 days, please contact your test centre.
Your IELTS score is a trusted indicator of your language skills and something you can proudly showcase to potential employers around the world.
Stand out from the crowd by adding your IELTS Overall Band Score to your LinkedIn profile.
Here are some reasons to do this:
Our test takers have told us that they would like to understand their results better, as well as receive tips on how they can improve their skills at each band score.
When you log in to check your result using our IELTS Online Results portals using the link provided by your test centre, you will now see a table with an explanation of your scores, and advice for improvement. This will be available to view, alongside your online results, for 28 days.