When will you get your IELTS results?

Paper-based IELTS: your results will be available 13 days after you complete the test.

Computer-delivered IELTS: your results will be available 3-5 days after you complete the test.

Life Skills for UKVI: your results will be available 7 days after you complete the test.

4 ways to get your results

  1. Collect the original Test Report Form (TRF) by yourself

    Candidates can collect the original TRF at IDP IELTS Office, CP Tower Silom, 4th Floor

    Needed Document

    • Original Passport when candidates collect TRF by themselves.

    • A signed letter of authority in English (Download)external icon with a signed copy of your proof of identity (Thai ID / Passport) when TRF will be collected by someone else.

  2. Postal Mail

    The original TRF will be issued by postal mail within 1-2 days after your results release.

    • Free EMS postal service within Thailand

    • Free Registered postal service to overseas or UPS Service (Posting fees depend on destination country, minimum charge is 750 THB)

  3. Preview IELTS Results Online

    Candidates can preview results online at the link below. A preview of IELTS results will be available a day after your results release.

    *The online system will display results for only 2 years after your test date.

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  4. Free SMS Preview Results

    Note

    • The online and SMS preview of results cannot be used as an official IELTS Test Report Form.

    • Under no circumstances will results be revealed over the telephone or email.

    • You will receive ONLY ONE original TRF, so please ensure that it is kept in a secure place. Replacement TRFs are not provided in case of loss or in any circumstances.

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What is the 'pass mark' for the IELTS test?

In the IELTS Life Skills test, your results are given as a pass or fail mark. There is no pass or fail in IELTS Academic or General Training test. Scores are graded on the 9-band system. Each educational institution or organisation sets its own level of IELTS scores to meet its individual requirements.