English Test for migration
An alternative for healthcare individuals:
• OET: http://www.occupationalenglishtest.org/
Holding a passport from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada or NZ is the equivalent of the Competent Level; however, this does NOT score points towards the visa application.
The Proficient Level scores 10 Points towards the visa application
The Superior Level scores 20 Points towards the visa application
If you are the Main Applicant, do not hold a passport from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada or NZ, and do not need the points towards your visa application, you still need to achieve the Competent Level.
If you are the Dependent Partner (or Dependent Child aged over 18) on a skilled visa application and your passport is not from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada or NZ, then you need to achieve the Functional Level.
If you are the Dependent Partner on a skilled visa application and your passport is not from the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada or NZ, then you need to achieve the Competent Level to generate 5 points towards your partner’s visa application.
Before you sit the IELTS English test, you should confirm with us which you need to take – General or Academic.
Table below details the equivalent scores for the various tests.
English Test Tuition
We have English Test experts that offer private tuition to help you prepare for the test.
1-hour lesson is £50 + VAT
Bundle offer: 3 x 1-hour lessons for £135 + VAT
Discounts available for DUC Clients, so do contact our team for these discount codes.
Lessons are done via Microsoft Teams or Zoom and can be conducted on weekends or through the week; mornings, afternoons or evenings, depending on your requirements.
Book a 1-hour lesson here or purchase the Bundle offer here.
Contact Fife Massey at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
From Vocational up to Superior, you must look at your result from each component to see how many points go towards the Visa, not the overall English test result.
Please note: It is EACH component that counts, not the overall score.