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Is the difference very siginificant?

My ielts result is 9 for listening and 7.5 for the other 3 components.

I missed clb 10 because my reading was 0.5 short of the required 8.

Should i retake IELTS again? I am afraid I may get 8 for reading but my writing and speaking fall below 7.5 if I retake again.

Canada doesn't accept PTE academic so I can't use that.
 

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Thanks for the info. The difference is only 3 points so it does not matter at all. Looks like those who studied in Canada have better chance of obtaining PR
 

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Thanks for the info. The difference is only 3 points so it does not matter at all. Looks like those who studied in Canada have better chance of obtaining PR
Well , if you are fresh graduate and/or got less than 3 years of experience and sub CLB9 then yes you are right , onshore applicants got better chance.

But looking at past rounds results , anyone who got 3+ yrs experience and CLB9 can score 430-450 points which should get you in the lead.

Ofcourse marriage and PostGrad do add points to your case.

Goodluck
 
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