IELTS score and point interpretation

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Subject: IELTS score and point interpretation
  Hi to Sharon and Roy,
Could you guide me in interpreting the IELTS score for PR filing please,
my present scores are as follows,
Listening 8.0
Reading 7.0
Writing 6.5
Speaking 7.5
Overall band 7.5
Someone told me that the above score entitles me 14 points in my PR filing,
I am thinking to reappear so as to score better and get 16 maximum points, guide me in interpreting the IELTs and whats basic band in each would entitle me 16 points please,
Thanks and tc,

Ritz

[18-09-2008,23:47]
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Ritesh
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
You will get 14 points.
L - 4 POINTS
R - 4 POINTS
W - 2 POINTS
S - 4 POINTS

Band above 6.99 will give you 4 points

[19-09-2008,03:25]
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RAJ_1
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
You have to get band 7 in all 4 categories to get the full 16 points.
[19-09-2008,03:27]
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Andy
please help re: speaking score (in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
i got a 6.5 score on my ielts speaking exam...is it really ok to have a score with .5 on speaking? isn´t it suppose to be a whole number only?
[05-10-2008,19:49]
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jaymie
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
No, not anymore. That was changed a while ago, and now you can get scores in 1/2 point increments.

Ray

[05-10-2008,19:51]
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Ray Masa
INTERPRETATION OF RESULT (in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
Kind let me know the interpretation for band 6.0 and 7.0 score in IELTS Exam
Thank you

[18-10-2008,09:33]
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Fasasi Olaleke Bashir
IELTS score requirement (in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
Hey ritz,

Should I assume that you got only 67 points in immigration criteria which requires you to score at least 7 in each module? cause if your score in immigration points is at least 69, your current IELTS scores are sufficient.

wolverine

[19-10-2008,15:49]
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wolverine
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
hey Fasasi,

bond 6 and 7 has different point equivalents if this is what you re asking.


IELTS has 4 modules as you probably know. which are speaking, writing listening and reading. by taking IELTS, you will be examined in each module.

Computation of points are written below.

7 and above = 4 points
5 - 6.5 = 2 points
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Whether you got 6.5 or without .5 its equivalent is the same which is 2 points.

For some experts here like Ray, I am sharing my knowledge for free to be able to help and you do the same let them absorb each advice and let them decide what to do. stop jumping into conclusion that i am giving advice by logic only and without basis.

For the help seekers, this forum is very imformative as some experts participates but some are pretending to be an experts. so, dont be a gullible. dont believe 100 percent to any of us even to myselt.you still have to research, research and research.

By the way, Ray.for your information, not everything is written in the immigration websites as what you were saying in the other forum that my advice is not written in the website you are visiting. even the website of canadian high commission is not updated. do you know that? Not all explanations and technicalities are written there. thats why a forum like this exist. If all details are written in cic website then it would not be advisable to the applicant to visit an immigration forums like this and listened to the advises and opinions of the strangers instead just go to cic website because everything is written there and its the official website of canadian high commision.

Wolverine





[22-10-2008,16:20]
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wolverine
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
Wolverine,

I am assuming that you are referring to the following thread in your above post:

http://www.canada-city.ca/canada-immigration/posting.php?messageid=25335

If so, may I suggest that you go and read the thread again. I have clearly posted the URL to the CIC website where CIC clearly state their policy. The policy is WRITTEN down on the CIC website. Your advice is contradictory to what CIC has clearly said is required.

I also asked you if your suggestion is based on CIC authority or if its only your opinion. If it is CIC’s policy, it will be stated in CIC documentations. If not, then it is only your opinion. An applicant may submit an old report and CIC would ask for a new one, which does nothing but delays the processing of an application. Now, it is possible that CIC may accept an old report and not ask for a new one. For an applicant the choices are:

1: Submit an old report and risk delaying the application
2: Submit a recent report as requested by CIC and get the application processed smoothly.

Considering that application already take 3 to 4 years, why would any one risk delaying it further by taking a suggestion which is clearly contradicting CIC request?

This may be all fun and game to you, but please don’t play with other people’s lives.

And may I ask why you are posting information about another thread on this unrelated one? Do you not know how to create a new thread? It is quite simple to do. Yet you claim to possess knowledge of CIC’s inner workings, that no one else but only you have. Amazing!

Ray

[22-10-2008,20:01]
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Ray Masa
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
Ray,

in your statement, its clearly says that you dont know the real process.you dont know how it goes. the applicant is the stage of 90 days notice. this stage is not mandatory to submit the PCC. PCC may be submitted in a later stage during medical? have you ever seen a letter issued by cic during medical stage? I doubt it.

You have to konw not everything is the book and in every rule there is an exception yo have to know that.

by the way, I speak from experience not only from the website you are visiting and dont ever say that its only my logic because you dont know me. of course we are also considering the procedure in the immigration website but im on the actual documentations. I am handling about 500 cases so dont ever estimate my knowledge ok. if you think i am wrong in my statement and you are right. give you proof that you are right and leave it. let peolple decide.

You re making waves.

Are you employee of Roy? just asking.

Wolverine

[23-10-2008,02:32]
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wolverine
(in reply to: IELTS score and point interpretation)
Wolverine,

You are absolutely right, I don’t know the process. Hence why in my very first post to you I asked if you have any CIC documentation to prove what you are saying. You have yet to produce that information. Which leads me to believe that it is merely your own opinion. So, I ask you again, do you have any CIC documentation to back up your claim?

And you are absolutely wrong to state that “You have to konw not everything is the book”. As far as CIC is concerned everything is in the books. Anything outside the book, and CIC is looking at a lawsuit on their hands.

And thank you for agreeing with me that “in every rule there is an exception yo have to know that.” I said the same thing when I said that yes an officer may look at an expired police certificate and may decide not to ask for a new one. That, Wolverine is an exception not a rule. One officer may decide not to ask for a new one while another officer may ask for a new certificate. The question is does the applicant want to take that risk?

The other exception is that it is entirely possible that for Oman a new certificate is not required after the person has left the country as is the rule in Saudi Arabia (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/inFORMation/security/police-cert/mid-east/saudi-arabia.asp).

If that is the case, could I please ask you again to provide prove of that as I have asked you several times already?

“by the way, I speak from experience not only from the website you are visiting and dont ever say that its only my logic because you dont know me.”

You are right, I don’t know you. But I do know what you wrote here. And since you have continued to refuse to provide evidence of your claim I will continue to say that it is merely your logic and nothing more, until that is you have provided official CIC prove of your statement.

“of course we are also considering the procedure in the immigration website but im on the actual documentations.”

Ok, so then where is the actual documentation that proves your claim?

“I am handling about 500 cases so dont ever estimate my knowledge ok.”

No, not ok. I don’t know you, so I don’t know if you are truly handling 500 cases. Or did you just made up that number as you made up the Oman police certificate story?

“if you think i am wrong in my statement and you are right. give you proof that you are right and leave it.”

I have already given my prove (and here is the URL again). It is you, Wolverine, that has yet to provide the evidence. May I again ask you to provide the documentation of your claim?

http://www.cic.gc.ca/English/information/security/police-cert/intro.asp

“You re making waves.”

On the contrary, it is you who is making the wave. If you had documentation you would have pointed us to that and be done with it.

If I may ask, if you are an immigration consultant, why don’t you identify yourself? Why are you hiding behind “Wolverine” or is that your real name? Whats your web address? You claim to handle 500 cases, lets see your website. Lets see how good you are?

And I tell you another reason why I think you are lying (yes it is a strong word, and in this case perfectly legitimate to use) about your experience. Most consultants behave in a professional manner. You have shown in your posting that you are not a professional. Calling someone a “baldman” is not professional. May I suggest that you behave professionally?

And, no I don’t work for Roy. I don’t know him, I dont even live in Canada. Not that its any of your concern.

Ray

[23-10-2008,06:59]
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Ray Masa