Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) is an official testing partner for IELTS located in central Edmonton. We are located on major bus routes and the NAIT station on the metro LRT line.
We offer a secure testing environment that includes:
• lockers for storing personal belongings
• partitioned testing stations
• complimentary ear plugs
Write your exam in our new testing centre that includes both paper and computer exams. NAIT offers the choice of two versions of the IELTS exam:
1. IELTS Academic exam
2. IELTS General Training exam
High Quality Sound System
IELTS on computer available
IELTS Trial Test at this centre
IELTS on paper available
10240 Princess Elizabeth Ave NW
780 378 6120
Frequently Asked Questions
How IELTS is scored?
IELTS results are reported on a 9-band scale.
IELTS results are designed to be simple and easy to understand. They are reported as band scores on a scale from 1 (the lowest) to 9 (the highest).
What if I need to cancel my test? Can I get a refund?
For information on cancelling an IELTS test and potentially receiving a refund, contact the test centre where you registered for IELTS.
What is the IELTS results validity period?
While it is up to each organisation to set a validity period that works for their purposes, the IELTS partners recommend a 2-year validity period for IELTS test results based upon the well-documented phenomenon of second language loss or ‘attrition’.
What is IELTS General Training?
General Training for those migrating to Australia, Canada and the UK, or applying for secondary education, training programmes and work experience in an English-speaking environment. Both versions provide a valid and accurate assessment of the four language skills: listening, reading, writing and speaking.
What is IELTS Academic?
IELTS Academic is for people applying for higher education or professional registration.
What is IELTS?
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or work where English is used as a language of communication. It uses a nine-band scale to clearly identify levels of proficiency, from non-user (band score 1) through to expert (band score 9).