ISLPR Language Services Blog

Summer Closure

Posted by ISLPR Language Services on September 5, 2019 at 6:55 PM

We will be closing our office for a much needed 2 week holiday in December/January.

Our office closes at 11 AM on Friday, 20 December 2019 and will reopen at 10AM on Monday, 06 January 2020.


In preparation for the end of year closure we have listed the last date to be tested in 2019 in each city/country.



  • 12 December 2019.


  • 13 December 2019


  • 30 November 2019

New Zealand

  • Friday, 06 December 2019
  • Saturday, 07 December 2019
  • Sunday, 08 December 2019



You will be able to book tutorials and feedback appointments (Skype & in-person) up until our closure date of 20 December 2019.


All results will be posted to the address you provided on your application form. Results will be posted by 20 December 2019. Please be aware that due to high demand and weather conditions around Australia, Australia Post is experiencing some delays at the moment.


We will not have access to emails while we are closed. Anything urgent can be sent to and we will do our best to reply to you as soon as possible.


Topics: Holidays, Closed

At ILS, language testing is personal.

Language is an interactive and social skill. Therefore, we believe English should be taught and tested similarly.

ISLPR Language Services (ILS) developed the ISLPR® Test because we saw the need for a test that examined your real-life language. The ISLPR® Test is an interactive and personalised test. As the ISLPR test is personalised for each candidate, there are no tricks to pass the test. 

Why we're different:

  • We test your speaking, listening and reading skills in a one-to-one interview.
  • The content of your test is customised to match your area of expertise.
  • The ISLPR is the shortest English test, therefore minimising the chance of fatigue.
  • We offer individual English tutorials with accredited tutors.
  • We offer a feedback service so you can find out why you got that rating in your test.


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