Every IELTS test version is unique. A candidate will
never sit the same test twice.
You can rely on IELTS to be fair, unbiased and
consistent for candidates around the world.
It takes two years to develop an IELTS test. This extensive process
includes commissioning test materials, measuring them against
quality standards, rigorous editing and trialling the test
Material is commissioned from experts in different English-speaking
countries to provide a test that is internationally relevant and
that reflects real-life situations around the world.
IELTS uses qualitative and quantitative statistical data to ensure
that the new test material tests to the same level of difficulty
IELTS continues to take an innovative approach to test design and
development while maintaining its wealth of proven knowledge and
experience from the past two decades.
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