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    March 24, 2015 at 12:55 am
    rosequartz, post: 335, member: 0 wrote:
    There’s no limit on sitting the IELTS, but it’s best to get a high score on the first attempt. And as there are two versions of the IELTS test: Academic (for students) and General Training (for immigration purposes), it’s best to not take another attempt for the general training module. No, there is no waiting period anymore, although there used to be one of three months.

    So it is very likely that people just take it over and over again until they receive a desired score.

    rosequartz, post: 335, member: 0 wrote:
    I practiced the Cambridge IELTS books 6-9 (each book has four actual IELTS tests) and followed the advice shared by an ex-IELTS examiner Mr. Simon Corcoran on his website IELTS Simon. I also practiced the Road to IELTS free practice material the British Council gives all candidates when they register for the exam online.

    This is great information and very useful. Maybe we can make a thread for study material like the one provided by Simon?