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Ray of Hope - 139th Draw

VaniRohit

Star Member
Aug 26, 2019
58
7
Is there anyone who got ielts score increased in revaluation from IDP Ielts
If yes..then after submitting your old TRF to the IDP head office
.in how many days you got your new TRF with increased score couriered at your place by idp???or is there any way after submitting your old TRF they tell you increase score and new TRF number
 

Issygn

Hero Member
Feb 16, 2020
437
151
Not all inland bro, Most of the inlands are also struggling including me, only those with master degree or experience back home are at peace. People with bachelors or married or 12th graders are often crying
It is well. Keep pushing and at the end, it might worth it
 

sidpat1

Member
Feb 21, 2020
12
0
Is there anyone who got ielts score increased in revaluation from IDP Ielts
If yes..then after submitting your old TRF to the IDP head office
.in how many days you got your new TRF with increased score couriered at your place by idp???or is there any way after submitting your old TRF they tell you increase score and new TRF number
Hi. My IELTS score was increased by .5 in writing by IDP and British council both. It took around 1 month for BC and 15 days for IDP. Your TRf no. will be same only.
 

kyoussef

Newbie
Oct 10, 2019
7
1
Hi
My score is 456, and I just got my wife's IELTS score which should push us to 462. After I added her scores to the profile, the score is not updated. Can anyone tell us why the score is not updated?
 

cansha

VIP Member
Aug 1, 2018
5,767
5,062
Hi
My score is 456, and I just got my wife's IELTS score which should push us to 462. After I added her scores to the profile, the score is not updated. Can anyone tell us why the score is not updated?
It may take 24 hours for the update.
 

Akrial

Full Member
Jan 26, 2020
40
41
I remember ray of hopes threads used to be 140-150 pages sometimes more than that, People used to answer so quickly, Draws after draws, threads are becoming shorter and people becoming desperate. Not pointing anybody just stating the fact. It will go more and more ugly. I hope at least people above 460 make it through in 2020
I am hopeless at 460. Trying to learn French language but who knows that score will cross 500+ by the time I learn French.
People below 465 are no more interested in these blog as they know the score will remain high and they don't get any hope by reading these blogs anymore.
 

prax2012

Member
Feb 12, 2020
14
3
I m waiting at 467 since 10feb (ielts 8.5,8.5, 7, 7.5) , 2 or more degree, crossed 30 in dec :( or it would hve been 472. Iqas took too much time.
Is there any chances for 467 this month?? NOC 2171
 

Wrath

Hero Member
Nov 3, 2019
230
87
Toronto
Category........
CEC
I am hopeless at 460. Trying to learn French language but who knows that score will cross 500+ by the time I learn French.
People below 465 are no more interested in these blog as they know the score will remain high and they don't get any hope by reading these blogs anymore.
Learn French that's good decision. But am sure cut off wont raise more than 480.
 

tapperb

Hero Member
Jan 10, 2020
877
228
If that is the case, then it's not only difficult for outland applicants ( nearly impossible without French) but hard for inland applicants too without PNP and LMIA. Am I right?
750,000 intl students in Canada. +1 year Canadian experience is 50 or so points. You do the math
 

Canex17

Star Member
Feb 26, 2020
87
38
750,000 intl students in Canada. +1 year Canadian experience is 50 or so points. You do the math
I think you're being a bit dramatic here. Not all of those students will intend to stay, nor does it mean they'll have the requisite points when all other factors are considered. A Bachelor, 1 year Canadian experience (if they got a full-time permanent qualified position straight out of university), and max language results only gets to 474. That could potentially become 524 if their employer keeps them on. But I think we'll be sitting around 470-475 for the foreseeable future.... with the occasional dip to high 460s if we're very lucky.