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Q: Where and how can I take IELTS here in Shanghai?

I'm living in Pudong District close to Century Avenue. Hope there'd be some testing sites/training sites as well. Thanks for helping me out!

7 years 46 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shanghai

 
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Did you actually look??? At all??? I mean, it didn't take much at all....

This link will take you straight to the British Council website, and lists the FOUR test centres in Shanghai, complete with full address, phone number, and even a link to a map!!!

If you want to take IELTS, first thing you should really do is look all over the British Council (.org, ftr) website, and the chinaIELTS.org site.

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You could go here: Shanghai

Test Centre Code 14 
Test Centre Name: 
East China Normal University 
Address: 3663 North Zhongshan Road, Shanghai 
Written Test Venue: Qun Xian Tang (Original Wen Shi Building) 
Speaking Test Venue: Wenke Building 
Postal Code:
 200062 
Tel (++86 21) 62233151 
Transportation: No. 67, 69, 909, 829, 224, 444, and 94 Bus  

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