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Title: IELTS REGISTRATION PROCEDURE PHILIPPINES
Author: Janina Santos

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JROOZ
REVIEW CENTER INC.
JROOZ

IELTS REGISTRATION
PROCEDURE
PHILIPPINES
Steps on how to register for the IELTS exam
Janina Santos

2014

JROOZ REVIEW CENTER INC.

WWW.JROOZREVIEW.COM

IELTS Registration Procedure in the Philippines
You are hitting the band score you need consistently. Your IELTS review center instructor is
telling you to go for it. You can feel it in your bones that if you sit the test you will get the
required marks.
Should these evidence manifest, then you are most probably ready to take the International
English Language Test System. Congratulations.
Next step: registration. If you are not in a review center, or your IELTS review center charges
processing fees and you want to save money, you can register yourself. Follow these steps to
successfully scheduling your IELTS test:
Step 1: Choose a test date and location. The IELTS is usually held thrice in a month. Also, be
careful – sometimes a test date only offers the Academic module.
Step 2: Download an application form at the IDP Philippines or British Council Philippines
website. You can also pick up an application form at their offices. If your review center has
them, you can simply ask them for a copy.
Step 3: Complete the requirements.
1. Photocopy of an ID. Test administrators would only accept your passport, PRC license,
GSIS card, SSS card, of a Unified Multi-Purpose ID. Make sure that the ID you use will still
be valid on exam day.
2. Two (2) pieces passport-sized colored photos.
3. The test fee (British Council – Php8.986.00; IDP – P8,900.00)
Step 4: Submit everything to the testing agent. You will get a confirmatory letter once you have
successfully registered.
Submitting your application for the IELTS can be done in four ways:
1. Ask your review center to do it for you. If they are registration agents then they should
offer this service. If not, check out the IDP or British Council website for a list of
legitimate registration agents.
2. Send it in for free. British Council offers this service. If you really do not have time
because of your packed schedule, you can send your application and requirements
through WWWExpress/ DHL. This is a free service. Go to any WWWExpress/DHL outlet
and quote British Council Account 642210981. WWWExpress will deliver your
application to the British Council office. Take note, though, that they only accept
manager’s check.
3. Drop by the office. British Council and IDP are open from 9AM-4PM, Monday to
Saturday. Here are the addresses:
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British Council: 10th Floor Taipan, Place Ortigas Jr. Ave., Ortigas, Pasig City.
IDP: 3rd Floor, Pioneer House, Paseo de Roxas, Makati City
1. Get techy and apply online.
Click on any of these links:
British Council – https://philippines.ielts.britishcouncil.org/iorpsea/ou
IDP Philippines – https://my.ieltsessentials.com/Account/LogOn?ReturnUrl=%2f
The process is pretty straight-forward and easy. If you need help with the application, your
IELTS review center may have the tech knowledge to help you out.
Step 5: Wait for your Speaking Exam schedule. British Council would most likely call you
whereas IDP would often send E-mails.
One last tip regarding the registration: make sure you register two weeks before the date or
earlier as slots can be filled up pretty fast.

Author: Janina Santos
Janina Santos is a writer, blogger, educator, public speaker, and youth leader who has been
teaching English since 2009. In 2010, she decided to sit the International English Language Test
System (IELTS). Despite having very little time for preparation, she achieved an overall band
score of 8. For the next three years she had dedicated herself to helping others reach their
dreams by teaching them the ropes of the international examination. She has been involved in
the writing and development of original materials for IELTS review.

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