IELTS sets the standard for high-risk language testing. Comparing test scores is notoriously difficult, but the following tables, all based on extensive research, will help organizations have confidence that they are treating all test takers fairly and setting their candidates up for success. Equivalences have been established between Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) (for English) and the results of the language tests of designated evaluation organizations. If you have taken a different English test or qualification, this table shows the equivalent scores or grades you need to match your course's IELTS score.
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A-Level exams tend to be longer than GCSE exams, as there is more content on which to evaluate. However, since you only study 3 A-Levels instead of around 9 GCSEs, you'll have far fewer exams during exam season at the end of Year 13.They also tend to be more difficult than GCSE exams, oddly enough.