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Old 06-03-2013, 01:05 PM
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Hi everyone, I'm a registered nurse as well. I have a question about the IELTS requirement. I've already taken it before but planning to try my luck and see if I can get a better score. My question is, if my previous IELTS was higher than my most recent attempt, can I use that to present to immigration (granted it is still valid at time of invite)?
Say, I got 7.5 in March and got a 6.5 two months later, can I use the 7.5 for visa purposes?


Also, if I'm already done with the skills assessment (which requires ACADEMIC ielts) and just want to improve my skillselect points score, can I take the GENERAL training module?

Appreciate any advice!


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