Inaccurate Advice from Unaccredited Organisations
We have had a number of candidates complain that they have been given advice that does not match the test from tutors or organisations that are NOT accredited by the ISLPR® Global Accreditation Company (IGAC).
The IGAC accredits individual tutors and learning centres who have been trained to use the ISLPR® Scale. It has been brought to our attention that there are a number of organisations giving advice to candidates that is inappropriate and/or wrong.
Please be aware that we do not take responsibility for the advice given to you from person/s who are not accredited by the IGAC. If you would like to find out if your tutor is accredited, please fill in the form.
There are currently NO “ISLPR Preparation Courses” available that we have accredited. All information about the ISLPR® test is available for FREE on our blog.
The best way to prepare for an ISLPR test is to ensure that your English skills are fully developed. We do offer English tutorials and online English courses for this purpose.
Why is accreditation important? If an organisation has not been accredited by the IGAC, it means they have not received an original copy of the ISLPR® Scale and they have not been trained to use the ISLPR® Scale. Therefore, we cannot confirm what information they are providing you.
To request accreditation, please click here.