IELTS Tests open in May in the Netherlands
As from Monday the 18th of May, registration for the IELTS test reopens in the Netherlands. The fully valid IELTS test will be available again as a paper-based test and now also as a computer-delivered test. The computer-delivered test will be offered up to 5 times per week at the British Language Training Centre in Amsterdam, the paper-based test will be offered on Saturdays and some Thursdays at various locations throughout the country.
Places available for Computer and Paper test dates - contact firstname.lastname@example.org if the test appears to be full, we will be able to fit you in sooner!
IELTS Paper-based test
If you choose to do the paper-based IELTS test, the Listening, Reading and Writing test will be on paper. The Speaking test is conducted face-to-face with a trained IELTS examiner. You will receive your results 13 days after your exam. Click this link to register for a paper-based IELTS test.
IELTS computer-delivered test
The IELTS computer-delivered test is not an online ‘indication’, but a fully valid IELTS test, and takes places at the test centre in Amsterdam under secure conditions.
If you choose to do the IELTS Computer-delivered test, the Listening, Reading and Writing test will be offered on computer and the Speaking test is conducted as usual face-to-face with a trained IELTS examiner. You will receive your results 5-7 days after your exam. From May on, we offer computer-based IELTS exams 5 times per week in Amsterdam. Click this link to register for a computer-delivered IELTS test.
To protect the health of IELTS and Cambridge English test takers, the exams will be delivered in compliance with Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) government regulations.