Before deciding to take the computer-delivered IELTS test, we believe, you should know the disadvantages this test format might have for some candidates.
Advantages of computer-delivered IELTS
If you use a computer frequently, you might find the idea of taking the IELTS test on a computer pretty appealing. In fact, there are certain advantages to taking an IELTS test on a computer.
Read the full article to find the range of unique advantages that the computer-delivered IELTS test offers…
What it is
What is a computer-delivered IELTS: When you register for an IELTS test (either Academic or General Training) you can choose to take the test on paper, or on a computer. The IELTS test that is conducted on a computer rather than the conventional pencil-paper, is known as a computer-delivered IELTS.
Computer-delivered IELTS FAQ
Computer-delivered IELTS – Frequently Asked Questions: This section answers most commonly asked questions about the computer-delivered IELTS test. It also offers some video materials that would help you decide whether this test is for you, what to expect in the test and what are the differences between a traditional and computer-delivered test.