General Training and Academic 160 JOD Computer-delivered and paper-based IELTS fees are the same.
Is a health condition considered to be a special requirement?
Yes, it is.
We can provide a variety of arrangements to support you during the test if you have special requirements due to hearing loss, low vision, learning difficulties, medical conditions or infant feeding.
We can provide modified and enlarged print papers, braille papers, braille and enlarged print versions of the Speaking test, lip reading version of the Listening test, extra time for the Reading and Writing test or use of a computer (e.g. for candidates with dyslexia), a scribe to write answers on your behalf or a special Listening Test (e.g. using amplification equipment and/or lip-reading version of the Listening test for those with hearing difficulties).
Test centres deal with all applications for special arrangements individually. You will be asked for full details of your particular circumstances.
Do I need to give my test centre notice if I have special requirements?
Yes, it is best to contact your local test centre as early as possible informing them about your special needs.
Giving adequate notice is necessary for the modified test versions to be prepared or special administrative arrangements to be made.