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Wednesday, 14 November 2018
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The MARA
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MIA

AMES has clients from
more than 50 countries

CONGRATULATIONS
to our clients who have had their Visa granted in the past 12 months:

Luca P.  from Italy
Manufacturing Production Manager
Subclass 489 (GSM - Regional State Nom)
19 March 2018

Gustavo M. A.  from Mexico
Graphic Designer and Ilustrator
Subclass 186-ENS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
13 March 2018

Francisco A. C.  from Argentina
Data Analyst
Subclass 187-RSMS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
9 March 2018

Prahbu G.  from India
Electronics Engineer
Subclass 500 (student)
27 February 2018

Viktor R.  from Germany
Business Analyst
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
15 February 2018

Stelian B.  from Italy
Graphic Designer
Subclass 500 (student)
12 February 2018

Renon D. M.  from Brazil
Business Analyst
Subclass 500 (student)
2 February 2018

Ngoc Tien N.  from Vietnam
Social Worker
Subclass 500 (student)
19 January 2018

Jonathan A. W.  from USA
Agriculrural Scientist
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
15 January 2018

Sylvie N.  from Burkina Fasso
Geoscience Technician
Subclass 500 (student)
15 January 2018

Samudi P.  from Sri Lanka
University Tutor
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
3 January 2018

Pamela S.  from Croatia
High School Graduate
Subclass 500 (student
3 January 2018

Vandna S.  from India
Dairy Lab Technician
Subclass 187-RSMS (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
12 December 2017

Maciej B.  from Poland
Customer Services Manager
Subclass 500 (student)
4 December 2017

Mauricio F.  from Bolivia
Systems Administrator
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nom)
30 November 2017

Gabriela L. A.  from Mexico
Social Psychologist
Subclass Subclass 100 (Partner - Residence}
21 November 2017

Navneet D.S.  from India
Community Worker
Subclass 887 Skilled (Residence) Regional
14 November 2017

Thi Bich Viet P.  from Vietnam
Student
Subclass 500 (student - dependent)
2 November 2017

Andrea L. M.  from Colombia
Surveyor
Subclass 887 Skilled (Residence) Regional
31 October 2017

Sylvie N.  from Burkina Fasso
Geoscience Technician
Subclass 500 (student)
21 October 2017

Imasha K. S.  from Sri Lanka
Student
Subclass 500 (student)
21 October 2017

Genevieve S.Y.G.  from Mauritius
Financial Manager
Subclass 500 (student)
4 October 2017

Joanna G.  from Peru
Chemist
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nomination)
25 September 2017

Omar T.  from Pakistan
Student Counsellor
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nomination)
20 September 2017

Maria C. C.  from Spain
Lab Technician
Subclass 801 (Partner Residence)
19 September 2017

Simmi B.  from India
Enrolled Nurse
Subclass 489 (GSM - Regional State Nominated)
15 September 2017

Justine S. B.  from South Africa
Economist
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nomination)
12 September 2017

Juan Pablo G. G.  from Mexico
Social Innovator
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nomination)
12 September 2017

Monayya Z.  from Pakistan
Architect
Subclass 189 (GSM - Independent)
11 September 2017

Ankita B.  from India
Journalist
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nomination)
4 September 2017

Sara I. L.  from Spain
Chemist
Subclass 500 (Student)
23 August 2017

Diego Ernesto J. T.  from Colombia
Marketing Specialist
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
7 August 2017

Alejandro A  from Mexico
Marketing Specialist
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
2 August 2017

Oriol C.F.  from Spain
Restaurant Manager
Subclass 457 (Temporary Employer Sponsored)
28 July 2017

Hong Anh Thu N.  from Vietnam
Maths graduate student
Subclass 500 (Student)
24 July 2017

Burim R.  from Italy
Construction Labourer
Subclass 417 (Second Working Holiday)
19 July 2017

Chloe L.R.  from Malaysia
Dental Technician
Subclass 187 (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
July 2017

Vasily M.B.  from Russia
Welder
Subclass 173 (Contributory Parent - Temporary)
12 July 2017

Cristina P.  from Spain
Subclass 309 (Offshore Partner Provisional)
11 July 2017

Gurpreet K.  from India
Student
Subclass 489 (GSM - Subsequent Entry)
14 June 2017

Sandeep K.  from India
Farmer
Subclass 500 (Student)
23 May 2017

Xianhua B.  from PR China
Executive Assistant
Subclass 887 Skilled (Residence) Regional
16 May 2017

Jose Luis B. G.  from Spain
Mechanical Engineer
Subclass 500 (Student)
3 May 2017

Daniela G.   from Argentina
Graphic Designer
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
28 April 2017

Oscar P. Z.  from Mexico
Ship Deck Officer
Subclass 500 (Student)
24 April 2017

Kastury V.  from Malaysia
Chemist
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nomination)
7 April 2017

Lenet W. M.  from Kenya
General Practitioner
Subclass 485 (Post-Study Work)
4 April 2017

Sylvie Genevieve G.  from Burkina Fasso
Geoscience Technician
Subclass 500 (student)
31 March 2017

Sumitha M.  from Malaysia
Nurse
Subclass 489 (GSM - Regional State Nom)
29 March 2017

Federico O.  from Spain
Cook
Subclass 500 (student)
28 March 2017

Marina C.  from Argentina
Visual Communications
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
27 March 2017

MooHyun S.  from S. Korea
International Trader
Subclass 309 (Offshore Partner Provisional)
21 March 2017

Claudia E.  from Mexico
Economist
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nom)
13 March 2017

Sergio C. O.  from Spain
Soccer Player
Subclass 186 (Permanent Employer Nominated)
13 March 2017

Isaias S. C.  from Spain
Soccer Player
Subclass 186 (Permanent Employer Nominated)
13 March 2017

Silvia G. Q.  from Spain
Physiotherapist
Subclass 489 (GSM - Regional State Nom)
2 March 2017

Glauce Regina R.  from Brazil
Psychotherapist
Subclass 500 (student)
22 February 2017

Karyn M. C.  from Peru
Travel Consultant
Subclass 820 (Onshore Partner Provisional)
7 February 2017

Yidnekachew H.  from Ethiopia
Trader
Subclass 309 (Offshore Partner Provisional)
2 February 2017

Saber N.  from Bangladesh
Urban and Regional Planner
Subclass 190 (GSM - State Nom)
13 January 2017

Trung T. L.  from Vietnam
Baker
Subclass 187 (Permanent Employer Sponsored)
11 January 2017

How the IELTS is scored

There is no Pass or Fail in the IELTS Test: everyone gets a score, from 0 to 9, for every Module. Your Overall Score is the average of the 4 Module scores, with fractional scores being rounded (up or down). The scores you achieve determines whether you can apply for a Visa and if you can, how many points you get in the Points Test:

  • a score of 6 in all Modules is the threshold score for Employer Sponsored and Skilled Migration Visas, except for Subclass 457, where the threshold score is IELTS 5.
  • a score of 7 in all Modules gives you 10 Points in the Points Test - you are deemed to have "Proficient English".
  • a score of 8 in all Modules gives you 20 Points in the Points Test - you are deemed to have "Superior English".

The terms "Proficient" and "Superior" are specific to the Australian Department of Immigration. The IELTS uses a different set of terms, from "Expert User" for someone with a score of 9 to "Non User" for someone with a score of 1, as shown in the table below:

BAND DESCRIPTION
    9Expert UserHas fully operational command of the language: appropriate, accurate and fluent with complete understanding.
    8Very Good UserHas fully operational command of the language with only occasional unsystematic inaccuracies and inappropriacies. Misunderstandings may occur in unfamiliar situations. Handles complex detailed argumentation well.
    7Good UserHas operational command of the language, though with occasional inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings in some situations. Generally handles complex language well and understands detailed reasoning.
    6Competent UserHas generally effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings. Can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.
    5Modest UserHas partial command of the language, coping with overall meaning in most situations, though is likely to make many mistakes. Should be able to handle basic communication in own field.
    4Limited UserBasic competence is limited to familiar situations. Has frequent problems in understanding and expression. Is not able to use complex language.
    3Extremely
Limited User
Conveys and understands only general meaning in very familiar situations. Frequent breakdowns in communication occur.
    2Intermittent UserNo real communication is possible except for the most basic information using isolated words or short formulae in familiar situations and to meet immediate needs. Has great difficulty understanding spoken and written English.
    1Non UserEssentially has no ability to use the language beyond possibly a few isolated words.
    0No TestDid not attempt the test. No assessable information provided.

 

Find out how to apply for the IELTS Test...