The listening, reading and writing components will be computer-delivered and take approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes. Please arrive at least 45 minutes prior to your test start time to allow for registration.
Why sit computer-delivered IELTS?
- Results released in 2-5 days
- More frequent and convenient test times
- Speaking is still face-to-face
- Same test structure and timings
- Highlighting and note making capabilities
Follow the links below for more CD IELTS information and resources
Your speaking test will be held on the same day as the computer-delivered components. You will select your speaking test time when booking the test.
All components of the test will be held at the UWA IELTS Office.
On weekdays, you cannot park in the red or yellow UWA bays. You must use street or paid parking.
What to bring?
Allowed in the test room
- Clear water bottle
- Pens, pencils or other stationery
- Mobile phone
- Car keys with immobilisers
You must bring your passport to your test. No passport means no test.
We provide lockers to leave all belongings that are not allowed in the test room.
Computer-delivered IELTS Familiarisation
Not sure what to expect in a CD IELTS Test? Find out by trying an online practice session, designed to help you feel more comfortable sitting the CD Test through familiarising yourself with the environment and test style.