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Choose the date and register for your IELTS!
You can choose to take your IELTS in traditional way, on paper – Paper Based (PB) or on a computer – Computer Delivered (CD). Read more about PB and CD IELTS HERE
Click the button below – you will be transfered to official IDP IELTS registration system
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IELTS dates and registration
The registration deadline is 3 days before the exam date
|Test Dates||Test format|
(PB or CD)
|Day of the week|
**Session held in Poznań
Test venue and payment methods
Our test venue is at ul. Sędziowska 5, Warsaw [Map]
IELTS test fee is 885 PLN
You can pay for your test in one of the following ways
- in person by payment card or cash in our office in Warsaw
- via Przelewy24
- via bank transfer – bank details below:
Bank account no: 18 1240 1040 1111 0011 1810 2974
Bank account owner: Lang LTC Sp. z o.o.
Our address: ul. Sędziowska 5, 02-081 Warszawa
In the Reference section of your payment, please write: your individual registration Test Date / Candidate’s Full Name
Things to remember before the test
Read The IELTS test Regulations Check you have a valid photo ID or Passport. Check you have a colour scan or photo of your ID or passport. The file size should not be larger than 1.5 MB and MUST be the same document you bring on your exam day. Please note that the photo ID you upload, MUST match the photo ID you take on your test day. After the registration, you’ll receive an e-mail. The test session plan (address, timetable) you’ll receive in your e-mail 3 days before the test day. The registration deadline may be extended if there are places left after the official close of registration date. Please bear in mind that the session will not be visible in the system after the deadline for registration. If you need any support, contact us (+48) 22 825 22 73 or firstname.lastname@example.org
IELTS scoring in detail
The IELTS Academic and General Training test results are reported using the same nine-band scale. You can score whole band scores (for example 5.0, 6.0, 7.0) or half band scores (e.g. 5.5, 6.5, 7.5). TRF shows a score for each of the four test parts (Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking), as well as an overall band score, which is the average of the four component scores, rounded to the nearest whole or half band. The component scores are weighted equally. If the average of the four components ends in .25, the Overall Band Score is rounded up to the next half band, and if it ends in .75, the Overall Band Score is rounded up to the next whole band. Component Band Scores Listening – There are 40 questions in the IELTS Listening test. Each correct answer has a weight of one point. Scores out of 40 are converted to the IELTS nine-band scale. Reading – There are 40 questions in the IELTS Reading test. Each correct answer has a weight of one point. Scores out of 40 are converted to the IELTS nine-band scale. The tables below indicate the average number of marks required to achieve a particular band score in Listening, Academic Reading and General Training Reading.
|Listening A & GT|
|Raw score out of 40||Reading Academic|
|Raw score out of 40||Reading General|
|Raw score out of 40|
Writing - To award a band score examiners use a number of assessment criteria incl. task achievement (for Task 1), task response (for Task 2), coherence and cohesion, lexical resource and grammatical range and accuracy. The criteria are weighted equally and the score on the task is the average. Speaking - To award a band score examiners use assessment criteria incl. fluency and coherence, lexical resource, grammatical range and accuracy and pronunciation. The criteria are weighted equally and the Speaking band score is the average.
Versions of the assessment criteria for Writing and Speaking have been developed to help stakeholders better understand the level of performance required to secure a particular band score:
Lang LTC is an educational institution with 30 years of experience. We also run our own Language School and ministry approved Teacher Training Centre.
Since 2009, we have been an authorized Cambridge Assessment English Examination Centre. In 2015, as the first and until today as the only institution in Poland, we have obtained the prestigious status of the Cambridge Assessment English Authorized Platinum Exam Centre. This status confirms our high standards of service and customer orientation.
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