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Old 06-28-2012, 09:27 AM
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Re: IELTS requirements for an accountant

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I am just bit confused about the IELTS requirements for GSM or EOI and is that only academic or we can sit for general test also. Pls if someone can give me right way. Thanks you.


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Hey guys,
I am just bit confused about the IELTS requirements for GSM or EOI and is that only academic or we can sit for general test also. Pls if someone can give me right way. Thanks you.
Hey guys can anyone Give me the solution of my above query please. Thanks


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As far as i concern, accountant has to sit for academic with band 7 above.


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For accounting degree assessment: 7 bands in Academic

But for sake of getting points for IELTS result: you can take academic or general.


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hmm...but the academic result will take the precedence, don't you think?


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hmm...but the academic result will take the precedence, don't you think?
Well, get 7 bands in academic and it can be used for skill assessment as well as visa.


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Hello All,

Please i am new on this forum but would like to know if academic or general is sufficient to apply for GSM and also get my skills assessed as a system analyst?

Many thanks.


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Please i am new on this forum but would like to know if academic or general is sufficient to apply for GSM and also get my skills assessed as a system analyst?

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For System Anlayst 261112, immi sites says ACS to be the assessing body. Go to their website, check a pdf called applicants checklist-skills assessment. It says you dont need IELTS. Or better way would be to call them to confirm it.


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Well, get 7 bands in academic and it can be used for skill assessment as well as visa.
Thanks everyone… CPA & IPA website shows we need atleast 6 band each in academic or general. But for GSM we hav to sit only for the a academic and need to get 7 band each or at least have SMIPA Skilled migration internship program accounting. I think it's all clear… am I right…?or something else we can do about dat.. Pls Rply if anyone can. Thanks


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Many thanks Charlie 123,

That means i can be assessing my skills & certificate as it takes about 12 weeks to get a feeback from ACS while waiting to write my general IELTS exam.

I will also want to know if i will be mandated to fill in the results from my IELTS on EOI or i can just apply for the EOI and when the result for my IELTS which i understand i should score 7 points each on all is out then i can update.

I will appreciate it if anyone can respond to my concerns as i am applying for skilled independent and i dont want to make mistakes so as not to be rejected.

Thanks once again.

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For System Anlayst 261112, immi sites says ACS to be the assessing body. Go to their website, check a pdf called applicants checklist-skills assessment. It says you dont need IELTS. Or better way would be to call them to confirm it.


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