IELTS, the world’s most popular high stakes English language proficiency test, will now be accessible in 73 cities across the country. People in India can now take the first step towards their global study, work, and career goals with IELTS.
“We are delighted to be able to bring the world’s most respected English test to more people in India and help them unlock new life opportunities,” said Piyush Kumar, IDP Regional Director in South Asia.
“The long-standing 30-year history of IELTS and global partnership model ensures globally-standardized quality and integrity processes are administered in every test center’s operations across the country. Test takers have told us that the test day experience is important in helping them achieve a score they deserve. Our expert team prioritizes customer experience, ensuring that everything runs smoothly, and test-takers have a seamless experience, no matter where they take the test,” said Kumar.
Many candidates often share their positive IELTS testing experience, commending IDP’s efficient response system for handling the test and candidates’ queries. Among these candidates is NishitArora, BSc Mechanical Engineering student, Amity University who is pursuing a Masters in Canada. Arora said there is a reason that IELTS is the most trusted English language test in India, and many institutions had recommended he take his IELTS computer-delivered test to progress his study abroad ambitions.
“The IELTS team is very cooperative, and the environment is very peaceful, which will help test-takers to focus,” said Arora. “My overall experience was perfect; it was great for me. I will recommend the IELTS test center in Bathinda to my friends and family members as well.”
India remains a competitive market in English language testing and IDP continues to work with its Indian referral partners to provide the highest level of service to test takers. Among the hundreds of referral partners and IELTS coaching institutes that have welcomed this move are IDP’s referral partners Ixora Academy, who remain confident and optimistic about the expansion of IELTS in India.
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