How to apply for IELTS -Step-by-step IELTS registration for 2023
IDP is a prominent global education organisation that serves as an official partner for IELTS (International English Language Testing System) in India. Candidates can register for the IELTS test through www.ieltsidpindia.com.
Step 1: Logging In
Begin by logging into www.ieltsidpindia.com. This is your gateway to a seamless registration process.
Step 2: Creating Your IDP IELTS Login
Select ‘Register for IELTS’ to create your unique IDP IELTS Login. This will be your key to accessing and managing your registration.
Step 3: Choosing Your Test
Decide whether you’d like to take the computer-delivered or paper-based IELTS exam based on your preferences and comfort.
Step 4: Selecting the Module
Next, choose between Academic or General Training for IELTS. Ensure you carefully pick the module that aligns with your goals.
Step 5: Picking Your Test Location
Select your preferred test location/city from the available IELTS test centres in India. Pick a location that is convenient for you.
Step 6: Choosing the Date and Time Slot
Once you’ve chosen your location, you’ll see a list of available dates. Pick the one that suits you best and fits your preparation schedule.
Step 7: Completing Your Application
Fill in your details and complete the online application. Remember, you’ll need to upload a clear, scanned colour copy of your passport for verification.
Step 8: Selecting Colleges for TRF
Choose the list of colleges you want to send your Test Report Form (TRF) to. This step is crucial for sending your scores to institutions.
Step 9: Making the Payment
Pay the IELTS exam fee of INR 16,250. Review your details one last time before making the payment.
Step 10: Confirmation and Acknowledgement
After successfully booking your test date, you’ll receive an acknowledgement on your registered email/phone number. For the Speaking test (applicable only for Paper-based IELTS), remember to book a slot online on your preferred date and time
1. Keep your passport handy both during registration and on the test day.
2. If you’re below 18 years old, have a parent or guardian book the test for you.
3. Once registered, your test centre will send a written confirmation with your test date and time.