ielts for australia

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    hey everyone. Is there a state in Australia which can accept a score of 6.5 in the writing part of IELTS?

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    unfortunately new south wales just increase the writting portion to 7 this april. you need to get ielts score of 7 across all bands to register in new south wales
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    I took the IELTS twice because of the writing part only. The first time, all my scores were 7 EXCEPT writing which was 6.5. I thought I would blame it all for not having the time to concentrate in the review for the IELTS. Then I took it again, but this time I went on leave in the school where I taught Nursing subjects and I did forego the salary loss and the amount of the review for the IELTS....
    I did the IELTS and got Reading 7.5, listening, 7.5, speaking 8 ...yes...very well done now..but..my WRITING score was still 6.5

    Can't do any more..too frustrating...well not my loss really..if Australia cannot have me as their citizen, I am not only a good nurse , I excel in almost anything I would do..plan programs, develop trainings, give outputs and establish hospital camaraderie thereby cheerfully lighting up hospitals which may be boring...:zzzzz
    My score is truly accepted in Canada and in the U.S. though...not to worry. hahaha Optimistic still..:chuckle
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    Thread moved to the International Forum, since it is having to do with licensure/immigration issues for that country and not having to do with nursing specifically there.

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    Quote from Barbie38
    I took the IELTS twice because of the writing part only. The first time, all my scores were 7 EXCEPT writing which was 6.5. I thought I would blame it all for not having the time to concentrate in the review for the IELTS. Then I took it again, but this time I went on leave in the school where I taught Nursing subjects and I did forego the salary loss and the amount of the review for the IELTS....
    I did the IELTS and got Reading 7.5, listening, 7.5, speaking 8 ...yes...very well done now..but..my WRITING score was still 6.5

    Can't do any more..too frustrating...well not my loss really..if Australia cannot have me as their citizen, I am not only a good nurse , I excel in almost anything I would do..plan programs, develop trainings, give outputs and establish hospital camaraderie thereby cheerfully lighting up hospitals which may be boring...:zzzzz
    My score is truly accepted in Canada and in the U.S. though...not to worry. hahaha Optimistic still..:chuckle

    Why do you not check out and use the review program that I keep recommending for the IELTS, it is called www.scottsenglish.com and is actually located in Australia and uses native speakers. The hard part to get thru is the speaking section. If you can do that, then you just need to focus on the writing section. You need those skills to be able to handle charting in a hospital.
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    If ever I took the IELTS again. Does it mean that my latest result is the valid one. Can I use the previous result? or it was already invalid?
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    Quote from nursemich
    If ever I took the IELTS again. Does it mean that my latest result is the valid one. Can I use the previous result? or it was already invalid?
    If your results have expired or over 12 months (I think that is the Canadian preference) then you have to retake exam again and they would be your current valid results


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