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I don’t have personal experience to draw on, however the IELTS website states that its test centres have a number of ways to help test takers with special requirements. For example, you can request a modified version of IELTS, or special arrangements to be made, e.g. extra time, by giving the test centre notice. https://www.ielts.org/book-a-test/special-...


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(Sorry to create a second answer - but this one answers the actual question, instead of suggesting an alternative) There IS a multiple-entry one-year ED visa, but multiple-entry visas are very difficult to get in the region. The best place to apply for a multiple-entry visa is usually your home country. Note that a multiple-entry visa still requires you to ...


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If you have an ED visa already, and you simply need to exit / re-enter Thailand, then the simplest thing to do is to apply for a re-entry permit. This does NOT affect the 'must leave by' date currently stamped in your passport - it just gives you the flexibility to exit Thailand and re-enter using your current visa. I believe a single re-entry permit (good ...


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My understanding of the ED visa is that you can get an extension of stay for 90 days or for a year, but that you also need relevant documentation from the school that you are attending. This can be done (at a cost of 1,900 THB) from within Thailand - there should be no need to go out of the country to get a new visa. These visas have suffered from some ...


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