How to Send Your IELTS Score to Universities?

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How to Send Your IELTS Score to Universities?

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you review the test scores on the IELTS website?

Candidates can log on to the website (which differs based on their test center). After that, they can fill in their details (name, date of birth, passport number, candidate number, and then click “Find/Search” to review the test scores.

How to send IELTS test results to universities?

Candidates receive one copy of the TRF for personal use and up to five other TRFs for sending to their preferred universities and scholarship bodies. They can pick any five recipients (universities/scholarship bodies) for these five TRFs while registering or getting their scores.

How will you send your TRFs by post (Airmail)?

Candidates can send them by post, and it will cost them INR 400 to send an additional TRF to every university. However, the British Council or IDP will not be responsible for the successful delivery of the forms.

How much will you have to pay to send the Additional TRF by courier?

It costs around INR 1500 for a candidate to send the additional TRF through the courier service. Once the form is dispatched, the candidates will receive a tracking number to track the report at any time

Does the mode of sending the IELTS scores vary between universities?

Candidates can send their IELTS scores through post, courier, or via electronic mail. However, the mode of sending the scores varies from university to university.

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