IELTS is the world’s most popular English language test. If you’re looking to work, study or live abroad then taking an IELTS test can help you make that dream come true.


To ensure the safety of the students and venue staff, and in accordance with the Government of Pakistan guidelines, it is now mandatory for all candidates (ages 12+) to bring their Covid-19 vaccination certificates/cards to exam venues or show vaccination confirmation on SMS on the day of the exam. Candidates who are unable to provide proof of vaccination will not be allowed to give their exam and may apply for a Test Date Transfer or Refund.

A better IELTS test experience with Video-Call Speaking

Same Test. Same Examiners. Same Experience.    How does the video-call speaking test work? The Test takers will take their Speaking test via a video call by an IELTS Speaking examiner, enabling a real-life, real-time, two-way interaction. The Video-call Speaking test will be exactly the same as the in-person Speaking test in terms of content, scoring, timing, question format and security arrangements. You will be able to see your examiners face, hear them speak, and have a live conversation with them, asyou would in-person.