IELTS results

Old May 6th 2003, 11:21 am
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Firefire
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I just got my IELTS results with 7.5, 7, 7, 6. SO I scored myself 79:
Education (MSc and more than 17 years full time study): 25
Age:10
Working ( more than 4 years):21
English: 14
Spouse:4
Study in Canada 2 years: 5
Total: 79

I applied in Feb 2002 and got AOR in June. E-client shows my status
"in process" a few days ago, but I have not got either initial
assessment or requirement of new forms. Therefore I am wondering
whether I should sent out the test results right now along with new
forms, or passive wait to be informed to do so. Please advise me.

Thanks for any suggestions

Fire
 
Old May 6th 2003, 12:17 pm
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It would be a good idea to submit not only IELTS results (original) but also
new forms and updated reference letters.

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"firefire" wrote in message
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    > I just got my IELTS results with 7.5, 7, 7, 6. SO I scored myself 79:
    > Education (MSc and more than 17 years full time study): 25
    > Age:10
    > Working ( more than 4 years):21
    > English: 14
    > Spouse:4
    > Study in Canada 2 years: 5
    > Total: 79
    > I applied in Feb 2002 and got AOR in June. E-client shows my status
    > "in process" a few days ago, but I have not got either initial
    > assessment or requirement of new forms. Therefore I am wondering
    > whether I should sent out the test results right now along with new
    > forms, or passive wait to be informed to do so. Please advise me.
    > Thanks for any suggestions
    > Fire
 
Old May 7th 2003, 3:48 am
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Zaqxsw
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You might get your assessment in a week time, when I found my application is
'in process', I had my assessment 5 days later. They might ask you more
documents in a checked document list. I do not believe they will check the
line where it says submission of language documents. You have been studying
in Canada for 2 years, I do not think you can manage to complete your 2-year
study without effective English. I think some of posts here are misleading
you by quoting the worst scenario.

firefire wrote in message
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    > I just got my IELTS results with 7.5, 7, 7, 6. SO I scored myself 79:
    > Education (MSc and more than 17 years full time study): 25
    > Age:10
    > Working ( more than 4 years):21
    > English: 14
    > Spouse:4
    > Study in Canada 2 years: 5
    > Total: 79
    > I applied in Feb 2002 and got AOR in June. E-client shows my status
    > "in process" a few days ago, but I have not got either initial
    > assessment or requirement of new forms. Therefore I am wondering
    > whether I should sent out the test results right now along with new
    > forms, or passive wait to be informed to do so. Please advise me.
    > Thanks for any suggestions
    > Fire
 
Old May 7th 2003, 6:28 am
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My feeling is wait until you are required to do so. The reason is they
will not deny a case prior to missing something. On the other hand,
you will know what exactly they want.
 
Old May 7th 2003, 10:24 am
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Enigmacmpr
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My understanding was that you could not have a score of under 7 for any
section. Has this been changed??


Andrew Miller wrote:
    > It would be a good idea to submit not only IELTS results (original) but also
    > new forms and updated reference letters.
    >
 
Old May 7th 2003, 10:56 am
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Andrew Miller
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http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/skilled/qual-3-1.html

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"enigmacmpr" wrote in message
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    > My understanding was that you could not have a score of under 7 for any
    > section. Has this been changed??
    > Andrew Miller wrote:
    > > It would be a good idea to submit not only IELTS results (original) but
also
    > > new forms and updated reference letters.
    > >
 

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