A new feature has been added to the world’s most popular English language test, IELTS, which helps students attain the score they need to achieve. According to the update, a candidate can now take one skill retake out of the four skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing). If an individual is not able to show their full potential in any one of the four skills, then they can retake that particular skill.
The test is available at all eligible IELTS computer-delivered test centres. However, this feature is only available to test takers who have opted for the computer-delivered IELTS test. IELTS One Skill Retake is currently accepted by the Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Agency, the Australian Department of Home Affairs, and several universities around the world.
Test takers who choose the IELTS One Skill Retake will receive a second Test Report Form (TRF) with their new score. This score can be used for migration and study purposes. According to the situation, test takers will have the chance to choose which score they wish to use, old or new. Moreover, IELTS One Skill Retake is now available for both academic and general IELTS. Though only 47 computer centres in India are equipped with this facility, IELTS is collaborating with governments and organisations to approve the IELTS One Skill Retake, and test-takers are encouraged to check our website for updates as they are released.