Computer delivered IELTS is now available in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune.

Choose from more test dates and get your results even quicker

Everyone loves choice. We have made it easier and more convient for you to take your IELTS test. You can now take your test on a computer.

With computer-delivered testing, you can take your IELTS test, Academic or General Training, and you simply type your answers.

What you get when you take IELTS on a computer:

  • more test dates to choose from
  • more venues to choose from
  • more flexibility
  • your results will be available really quick in 5-7 days.

How does computer-delivered IELTS work?

If you choose computer-delivered IELTS, you will take the Listening, Reading and Writing sections on a computer. The Speaking test will remain face to face with a trained IELTS examiner, as we believe it is the most effective way of assessing your speaking skills.

All other aspects of the test are exactly the same, whether it is taken on paper or on computer, including:

  • Content
  • Timings
  • Question types
  • Scoring
  • Speaking test delivery
  • Test Report Form
  • Results Verification

Available test dates

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If you have any special needs or requirements you should take a paper-based test

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Prepare for your computer delivered IELTS test with free sample questions

These videos help you understand how the Listening, Reading and Writing sections appear on computer as well as showing you how to use the help option, make notes or highlight text during the test.

View computer-delivered IELTS video tutorials 

 

Important notice

Please note that there are websites pretending to be British Council IELTS registration sites. They are not associated with us and we are not responsible for the content on those sites.

Before you enter any personal details, please make sure that you are using our secure online registration system and check that “British Council” is spelt correctly.