IDP IELTS Auckland
As per Government restrictions, from 3 December 2021, anyone entering the test venue will need to provide evidence of being fully vaccinated against Covid-19. If you have only had one dose of a vaccine, you will need to wait until you have received your second before entering the venue. The following document is the only acceptable evidence to provide access to the test venue:
There are 3 ways to get your My Vaccine Pass — online through My Covid Record, over the phone, and in person at a pharmacy. This pass can be in the form of a PDF, saved to your phone, or an official hard copy. On the test day, please have this evidence or your medical exemption ready as you enter the building or test centre.
Covid-19 vaccination requirements in detail
Important information: Answers To All Your Questions
If you are unable to get the COVID-19 vaccine for medical reasons, there is an exemption process to get your My Vaccine Pass.
You will need to talk to your doctor and they will apply on your behalf. If your exemption is approved, you will see a record of this in My Covid Record and you will be able to request your pass from Saturday 4 December.
Please send your medical contraindication certificate to IDP IELTS Auckland. This must be approved by IDP IELTS Auckland prior to test day.
Find out how to apply for exemptions and certificates.
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IELTS Customer Support team are online
- Monday - Thursday, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm (NZDT)
- Friday 10:00 am to 8:00 pm (NZDT)
- Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (NZDT)
- You can also contact us via live chat during our business hours
Safety measures on test day
Take a closer look at some of the safety measures we have introduced to help keep you safe on test day during COVID-19.