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PLEASE WRITE IN BLOCK CAPITALS 1 Preferred date of test
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2 Test city location 3 Last name (family name/surname) 4 Title (Dr/Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms) 5 First (given) name(s) 16
These names must be the same as the names on your passport/National Identity Card and must appear in the same order.
6 Which IELTS test module are you taking? (tick one box only) Academic General Training Please note that it is the candidate’s responsibility to select the test module that best meets their needs. The General Training module is not available on every test date.
7 Address: Please note you will only be sent one copy of your results.
Zip/Postal code 8 Telephone Mobile number 9 Email Please provide full and accurate contact information including postal address, phone and mobile number and email which are in constant and valid use. The test centre or the IELTS Test Partner may contact candidates before or after the test to access the full test registration and administration.
10 Date of birth
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11 Gender F M (circle as appropriate)
12 Please indicate which document you will be using as proof of identity and give the number below. Candidates taking the test outside their own country must use a current passport. You must bring the ID document indicated below to the test. This is the only form of identity that will be accepted on the test day. The document must be valid/not expired at registration and on the test day.
National Identity Card
Passport or National Identity Card number
For office use only scheme test date
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date of payment receipt number d d m m y y ID checked Administrator’s initials AC
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For questions 13–16 please enter codes and the name of the country of nationality and first language. You can find codes on pages ii–iv. Please take care and enter this information accurately. If the codes you enter here are incorrect, the information on your Test Report Form will also be incorrect. 13 Country of nationality (code) 11
Country of nationality (name) 14 First language (code) First language (name)
15 Occupation (sector) 13
if other, please specify
if other, please specify
16 Why are you taking the test?
if other, please specify
17 Which country are you applying to/intending to go to? 15
(tick one box only)
Australia Canada New Zealand Republic of Ireland United Kingdom
United States of America other, please specify
18 Where are you currently studying English (if applicable)?
19 What level of education have you completed? 21
(tick one box only)
secondary up to 16 years secondary 16–19 years degree or equivalent
20 How many years have you been studying English? 22
(tick one box only)
1 (or less than) 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (or more)
23 21 Do you have a permanent disability, such as a visual, hearing or specific learning difficulty, which requires special arrangements (for example, modified material, extra time, use of technology, etc.)? yes no If yes, please specify your requirements below. You must attach original supporting medical evidence to this form. The medical evidence must be in the form of a report prepared in a period no more than two years before the test date. You must submit requests for modified test materials at least three months before the test.
Notice to Candidates IELTS test terms and conditions You must … • provide proof of your identity (passport or National Identity Card) at registration. Contact the test centre to confirm which type of identity document is accepted. Candidates taking the test outside their own country must use a passport. • inform the centre of any changes to your identity document before the test date. If you do not do this you will not be allowed to take the test and you will not be eligible for a refund or transfer. • bring the same identity document on the test day as the one recorded in your application. If you do not do this you will not be allowed to take the test and you will not be eligible for a refund or transfer. • arrive at the centre before the scheduled test start time. If you arrive late, you will not be allowed to take the test and you will not be eligible for a refund or transfer. • leave all personal belongings in the designated belongings area. The only items you may bring into the test room are your approved identity document, standard pen(s), pencil(s) and eraser(s), and a bottle of water (label-free). All electronic devices and all watches must be left in the belongings area and must be switched off. You may be electronically scanned for devices at any time during the test day. Any candidate who breaches these conditions will not receive an IELTS test result or be eligible for a refund or transfer. While the centre will take all reasonable measures to secure your items in the belongings area, they cannot be held responsible for any loss. • consent for your identity to be verified both at test registration and on test day. This may include: – having your photograph taken. You will be required to temporarily remove any covering from your face. Any candidate who refuses to have a photograph taken will not be allowed to sit the test and will not be entitled to a refund. The photograph taken by the centre will appear on your Test Report Form. – providing a sample of your signature. – having your finger scan taken. • keep only the following items on your desk: your identity document, pen(s), pencil(s), eraser(s), and a bottle of water (label-free).
Candidates engaging in malpractice will not be allowed to complete the test and will not receive an IELTS test result. Candidates engaging in malpractice may be banned from taking the test in future, and may be liable to legal action. Candidates engaging in malpractice may be reported to regulatory authorities globally.
Your IELTS test result • Results are issued by centres, usually 13 days after the test. • You will receive only one copy of your Test Report Form. Replacement copies are not issued in the event of loss or damage. • The Test Report Form will be issued in your name as it appears on the identity document used at registration. If you find that your personal details are incorrect on the Test Report Form, please contact the centre where you took the test. Documentation must be provided to verify the correct details. If you change your name after receiving your Test Report Form, the name will not be changed on the Test Report Form. • Your result may not be issued 13 days after the test if the IELTS Test Partners decide that it is necessary to review any matter associated with your test or the administration of your test. To assist any investigation, you may be required to provide writing and speaking samples. In exceptional circumstances you may be required to re-take one or more IELTS components. • Your result may be cancelled after it has been issued if any irregularity is identified. You may be required to re-take one or more IELTS components. • Your result will be disclosed to the Recognising Organisations which you nominated in your application or to which you applied with your Test Report Form, for the purpose of allowing those organisations to verify the result or to carry out any enquiries in relation to suspected malpractice. • If any of the data on the Test Report Form provided by you or your agent to Recognising Organisations has been altered in any way, your original test result may be cancelled. • Candidates are not permitted access to the work they produce in the IELTS test.
• tell the invigilator at once if you think you have not been given the correct question paper or if the question paper is incomplete or illegible.
Cancelling your IELTS test o r requesting a transfer
• raise your hand if you need to ask the invigilator something. Candidates may not ask for, and will not be given, any explanation of the test questions.
• For information on cancelling your IELTS test or requesting a transfer, please go to www.ielts.org.
• attend all four components of the test. If you do not attend all four components, you will not receive an IELTS test result. Exceptions are possible but must be requested at registration and written approval must be received from the centre.
How IELTS uses your information
• inform the invigilator on the day of the test if you believe that your performance may be affected by ill health, by the way in which the test is delivered at the centre or for any other reason. If you have a complaint relating to the delivery of the test, you must submit your complaint to the test centre before you leave the centre on test day. Complaints relating to the delivery of the test will not be accepted after test day.
• The IELTS Test Partners recognise and support the right of IELTS test candidates to privacy.
• leave all test materials in the test room at the end of the test. The test materials include question papers, Speaking booklets, answer sheets and rough paper. Any candidate who attempts to remove test materials from the test room will not receive an IELTS test result.
• Test Report Forms will only be sent to those Recognising Organisations nominated by the candidate in their application or at the request of the candidate after the issue of results. When a candidate submits a Test Report Form to a Recognising Organisation they consent to the verification of the result by that organisation.
You must not …
• The IELTS Test Partners or their authorised representatives may share candidate personal data including without limitation test performance or score data or photographs taken by the centre with educational institutions, governments (including visa processing authorities), professional bodies and commercial organisations that recognise IELTS scores (‘Recognising Organisations’) or law enforcement agencies and regulatory authorities where required for verification purposes or other purposes to protect the IELTS test and its stakeholders against any form of malpractice. Finger-scan data, where obtained, will not be disclosed to any entity except the IELTS Test Partners.
• talk to or disturb other candidates once the test has started. • lend anything to, or borrow anything from, another candidate during the test. • eat or smoke in the test room. • leave the test room without the permission of the invigilator. • leave your seat until all test materials have been collected and you have been told you can leave. • engage in any form of malpractice which may damage the integrity and security of the IELTS test. Malpractice includes, but is not limited to: – attempting to cheat in any way, including using notes of any kind from any source. – helping another candidate to cheat. – impersonating another candidate or having another candidate impersonate you. – copying the work of another candidate. – disrupting the test in any way. – reproducing any part of the test in any medium. – attempting to alter the data on the Test Report Form.
• When you provide your identity information the IELTS Test Partners link that information to your IELTS test and test result on the Test Report Form. This enables you to submit your Test Report Form to Recognising Organisations and for them to verify your result.
• The IELTS Test Partners will retain work produced by candidates in the IELTS test and may use it for quality control purposes and for investigations into suspected malpractice. Test score data and test responses, in an anonymous form, may also be used for informational, research, statistical or training purposes.
*Important: Please detach this section (pages i–iv) and retain for your own records.
Codes to enter for questions 13–16 Refer to the lists below for the codes to enter for your country of nationality, your first language and your occupation. If either your first language or your country of nationality is not listed, enter ‘000’. Look for the closest description of your occupation and proposed area of study. If your work or position is not covered at all, then enter ‘00’. Question 13 – Country of nationality Afghanistan 001 Åland Islands 237 Albania 002 Algeria 003 American Samoa 004 Andorra 005 Angola 006 Anguilla 238 Antarctica 239 Antigua and Barbuda 007 Argentina 008 Armenia 009 Aruba 223 Australia 010 Austria 011 Azerbaijan 012 Bahamas 013 Bahrain 014 Bangladesh 015 Barbados 016 Belarus 017 Belgium 018 Belize 019 Benin 020 Bermuda 021 Bhutan 022 Bolivia, Plurinational State of 023 Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba 240 Bosnia and Herzegovina 024 Botswana 025 Bouvet Island 241 Brazil 026 British Indian Ocean Territory 242 Brunei Darussalam 027 Bulgaria 028 Burkina Faso 029 Burundi 031 Cambodia 032 Cameroon 033 Canada 034 Cape Verde 036 Cayman Islands 038 Central African Republic 039 Chad 040 Chile 041 China (People’s Republic of) 042 Christmas Island 243 Cocos (Keeling) Islands 244 Colombia 043 Comoros 044 Congo 045 Congo, Democratic Republic of the 219 Cook Islands 046 Costa Rica 047 Côte d’Ivoire 096 Croatia 048 Cuba 049 Curaçao 245 Cyprus 050 Czech Republic 051 Denmark 052 Djibouti 053 Dominica 054 Dominican Republic 055 Ecuador 056 Egypt 057
El Salvador 058 Equatorial Guinea 059 Eritrea 060 Estonia 061 Ethiopia 062 Falkland Islands 224 Faroe Islands 063 Fiji 064 Finland 065 France 066 French Guiana 067 French Polynesia 068 French Southern Territories 246 Gabon 069 Gambia 070 Georgia 071 Germany 072 Ghana 073 Gibraltar 074 Greece 075 Greenland 076 Grenada 077 Guadeloupe 078 Guam 079 Guatemala 080 Guinea 081 Guinea-Bissau 082 Guyana 083 Haiti 084 Heard Island and McDonald Islands 247 Holy See (Vatican City State) 212 Honduras 085 Hong Kong 086 Hungary 087 Iceland 088 India 089 Indonesia 090 Iran, Islamic Republic of 091 Iraq 092 Ireland 093 Israel 094 Italy 095 Jamaica 097 Japan 098 Jordan 099 Kazakhstan 100 Kenya 101 Kiribati 102 Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of 103 Korea, Republic of 104 Kosovo 235 Kuwait 105 Kyrgyzstan 226 Lao People’s Democratic Republic 106 Latvia 107 Lebanon 108 Lesotho 109 Liberia 110 Libya 111 Liechtenstein 112 Lithuania 113 Luxembourg 114 Macao 115
Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of 225 Madagascar 116 Malawi 117 Malaysia 118 Maldives 119 Mali 120 Malta 121 Marshall Islands 122 Martinique 123 Mauritania 124 Mauritius 125 Mayotte 227 Mexico 126 Micronesia, Federal States of 228 Moldova, Republic of 128 Monaco 129 Mongolia 130 Montenegro 131 Montserrat 132 Morocco 133 Mozambique 134 Myanmar 135 Namibia 136 Nauru 137 Nepal 138 Netherlands 139 New Caledonia 141 New Zealand 142 Nicaragua 143 Niger 144 Nigeria 145 Niue 146 Norfolk Island 229 Northern Mariana Islands 230 Norway 147 Oman 148 Pakistan 149 Palau 231 Palestine 150 Panama 151 Papua New Guinea 152 Paraguay 153 Peru 154 Philippines 155 Pitcairn 156 Poland 157 Portugal 158 Puerto Rico 159 Qatar 160 Réunion 161 Romania 162 Russian Federation 163 Rwanda 164 Saint Barthélemy 248 Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan Da Cunha 180 Saint Kitts and Nevis 181 Saint Lucia 182 Saint Martin (French Part) 249 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 183 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 184 Samoa 217 San Marino 165 Sao Tome and Principe 166 Saudi Arabia 167 Senegal 168
Question 14 – First language Serbia 169 Seychelles 170 Sierra Leone 171 Singapore 172 Sint Maarten (Dutch Part) 250 Slovakia 173 Slovenia 174 Solomon Islands 175 Somalia 176 South Africa 177 South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 251 South Sudan 252 Spain 178 Sri Lanka 179 Sudan 185 Suriname 186 Svalbard and Jan Mayen 232 Swaziland 187 Sweden 188 Switzerland 189 Syrian Arab Republic 190 Taiwan 192 Tajikistan 233 Tanzania, United Republic of 193 Thailand 194 Timor-Leste 222 Togo 195 Tokelau 196 Tonga 197 Trinidad and Tobago 198 Tunisia 199 Turkey 200 Turkmenistan 234 Turks and Caicos Islands 201 Tuvalu 202 Uganda 203 Ukraine 204 United Arab Emirates 205 United Kingdom 206 United States of America 209 United States Minor Outlying Islands 253 Uruguay 207 Uzbekistan 210 Vanuatu 211 Venezuela 213 Vietnam 214 Virgin Islands, British 236 Virgin Islands, U.S. 208 Western Sahara 216 Yemen 218 Zambia 220 Zimbabwe 221 Other 000
Afrikaans 001 Akan 002 Albanian 003 Amharic 004 Arabic 005 Armenian 006 Assamese 007 Aymara 008 Azeri 009 Baluchi 010 Bambara 011 Basque 012 Bemba 013 Bengali 014 Bihari 015 Bosnian 901 Breton 016 Bulgarian 017 Burmese 018 Byelorussian 019 Catalan 020 Chinese 021 Creole 022 Croatian 023 Czech 024 Danish 025 Dari 026 Dutch 028 Dzongkha 027 Efik 029 English 030 Estonian 031 Ewe 032 Faeroese 033 Farsi 034 Fijian 035 Filipino 904 Finnish 036 Flemish 037 French 038 Fulani 039 Ga 040 Galician 903 Georgian 041 German 042 Gilbertese 043 Greek 044 Gujarati 045 Haitian Creole 046 Hausa 047 Hebrew 048 Hindi 049 Hungarian 050 Ibo/lgbo 051 Icelandic 052 Igala 053 Indonesian 054 Irish 137 Italian 055 Japanese 056 Javanese 057 Kannada 058 Kashmiri 059 Kazakh 060 Khmer 061 Korean 062 Kurdish 063 Lao 064 Latvian 065 Lithuanian 066 Luba 067 Luo 068 Luxemburgish 069 Macedonian 902 Malagasy 070 Malay 071 Malayalam 072 Malinka 073
Maltese 074 Maori 075 Marathi 076 Marshallese 077 Masai 078 Mende 079 Mongolian 080 Nepali 081 Norwegian 082 Oriya 083 Palauan 084 Pashto 086 Polish 087 Ponapean 088 Portuguese 089 Punjabi 085 Pushtu 090 Quechua 091 Rajasthani 092 Riff 093 Romanian 094 Romansch 095 Russian 096 Samoan 097 Scottish Gaelic 138 Serbian 098 Setswana 099 Shona 100 Sindhi 101 Singhalese 102 Slovak 103 Slovene 104 Somali 105 Spanish 106 Swahili 107 Swazi 108 Swedish 109 Tagalog 110 Tahitian 111 Tamil 112 Tatar 113 Telugu 114 Tetum 136 Thai 115 Tibetan 116 Tigrinya 117 Tongan 118 Trukese 119 Tulu 120 Tupi/Guarani 121 Turkish 122 Uighur 123 Ukrainian 124 Ulithian 125 Urdu 126 Uzbek 127 Vietnamese 128 Welsh 139 Wolof 129 Xhosa 130 Yao 131 Yapese 132 Yiddish 133 Yoruba 134 Zulu 135 Other 000
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Question 15 – Occupation Example If you are a student, enter 08 because the sector is Education and 7 because the level is Student. 0
Sector Administrative Services 01 Agriculture, Fishing, Forestry, Mining 02 Arts and Entertainment 03 Banking and Finance 04 Catering and Leisure 05 Construction Industries 06 Craft and Design 07 Education 08 Health and Social Services 09 Installation, Maintenance and Repair Services 10 Law and Legal Services 11 Manufacturing and Assembly Industries 12 Personal Services 13 Retail Trade 14 Technical and Scientific 15 Telecommunications and the Media 16 Transport 17 Utilities (gas, water etc.) 18 Wholesale Trade 19 Other 00
Level Self-employed 1 Employer/Partner 2 Employee (Senior level) 3 Employee (Middle or Junior level) 4 Worker in the home 5 Retired 6 Student 7 Other 0
Checklist I have signed the Application Form. I have provided all the information required. I have paid the test fee. (Please note that your application will not be processed without this.) I have attached a photocopy of my passport / National Identity Card (pages showing personal identification details and expiry date).
Question 16 – Why you are taking the test For higher education extended course 01 (three months or more) For higher education short course 02 (three months or less) For other education purposes 03 For registration as a doctor 04 For immigration 05 For employment 06 For professional registration (NOT medical) 07 For personal reasons 08 For registration as a nurse (including CGFNS) 09 For registration as a dentist 10 Other 00
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Applications to Recognising Organisations 22 Please give details below of academic institutions/government agencies/professional bodies/employers you would 24 like your result sent to. Add your file/case number if known. Results may be sent either electronically or by post to these organisations. Please complete all details below for the centre to correctly identify Recognising Organisations. The centre may charge a postal fee for results sent internationally or by courier. The Test Report Form will not be sent to migration or education agents. Please note that organisations you have listed below may access your results before you have received or viewed them. a) Name of person/department Name of institution/agency/body/employer File/case number Address
b) Name of person/department Name of institution/agency/body/employer File/case number Address
c) Name of person/department Name of institution/agency/body/employer File/case number Address
d) Name of person/department Name of institution/agency/body/employer File/case number Address
e) Name of person/department Name of institution/agency/body/employer File/case number Address
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Declaration 1. I acknowledge that the IELTS test is jointly owned by British Council, IELTS Australia Pty Ltd (ABN 84 008 664 766), which is wholly owned by IDP Education Ltd (‘IDP: IELTS Australia’) and Cambridge Assessment English (part of the University of Cambridge), collectively referred to as the IELTS Test Partners. 2. I certify that the information in my application is complete, true and accurate. 3. I understand that the personal data in my application is collected for the purposes of the IELTS test, and I consent for this data to be disclosed to, processed and stored by the IELTS Test Partners for the purpose of such administration. I further consent for this data, including, without limitation, test performance or score data and my test result to be disclosed by the IELTS Test Partners to those Recognising Organisations to which I apply and to governments (including visa processing authorities) for the purpose of allowing these organisations to verify my test result or to carry out enquiries in relation to suspected malpractice. If the IELTS Test Partners discover that a false or altered Test Report Form has been provided to any of these Recognising Organisations or government authorities I further consent that the IELTS Test Partners may inform the same and provide them with my personal data and any relevant details relating to the work I produce as part of my test taking, including, without limitation, test performance or score data. 4. I understand that my personal data may be processed in an anonymous form by the IELTS Test Partners for statistical and research purposes. The IELTS Test Partners and the centre administering the test confirm that they will not disclose personal information about candidates to others except as stated in this Declaration or to the extent permitted by law. 5. I understand that I may view a copy of my personal data contained in the Application Form by contacting [email protected]
I understand that a fee will be charged for access to this information. 6. I understand that if I want a copy of my finger scan it can only be provided as a Binary Large Object (BLOB) and the request must be made to [email protected]
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I understand a fee will be charged for access to this information. 7. I understand that if the details on this form are not completed my application may not be processed. I further understand that completing and submitting this Application Form does not guarantee registration on my preferred test date or at my preferred test location. I understand that my registration will be confirmed in writing from the centre. 8. I understand that any personal data collected during the identity verification process by the centre either at test registration or on test day will be processed and securely stored by the IELTS Test Partners for the purpose of the IELTS test. I acknowledge that the photograph taken of me by the centre will be provided to any Recognising Organisations or government authorities (including visa processing authorities) to which I apply for the purposes of allowing these organisations to verify my test results or to carry out enquiries in relation to possible malpractice or test integrity issues. I understand that where finger-scan data is obtained it will not be disclosed to any entity except the IELTS Test Partners. 9. I understand that I will have my photograph taken by the centre to allow the Test Report Form to be released. If I have not had my photograph taken by the centre no result will be issued. 10. I acknowledge that I have read the IELTS Notice to Candidates on page i and agree to abide by the rules and regulations contained therein. 11. I understand there may be local terms and conditions I must comply with and that the centre will provide details of these on request. 12. I understand that I must attend all four test components in order to receive an IELTS test result and that any exception to this must be approved in advance by the centre. 13. I understand that the IELTS Test Partners have a responsibility to all candidates and Recognising Organisations to ensure the highest confidence in the accuracy and integrity of test results and that the IELTS Test Partners therefore reserve the right to withhold test results temporarily or permanently, or to cancel test results which have been issued, if they consider those results to be unreliable for reasons of suspected malpractice or any other irregularity in the test process. 14. I understand that my result may not be issued 13 days after the test if any of the IELTS Test Partners deem it necessary to review any matter associated with my test or the administration of my test, including making enquiries as to whether any rules or regulations have been breached. I understand that I may be required to provide additional samples of my writing and speaking for the purposes of assisting any investigation before or after the test. I understand that in exceptional circumstances I may be required to re-take one or more IELTS components. 15. I understand that if I am suspected of engaging in any form of malpractice, or do anything that might damage the integrity and security of IELTS, I may not receive a test result, my test fee will not be refunded and I may be prohibited from taking the IELTS test in the future. Despite and without limiting any of the terms of this Declaration, I understand that details of any malpractice (including evidence of suspected malpractice) that has been established, is suspected, or is being formally investigated may be provided to Recognising Organisations, including visa processing authorities and appropriate regulatory authorities, or otherwise disclosed in accordance with the law, where required for verification purposes or other purposes to protect the IELTS test and its stakeholders against any form of malpractice. I further understand that suspected malpractice will be reported centrally to the IELTS Test Partners and to any relevant test centre by the centre where the suspected malpractice occurred. 16. I understand that if I engage in any form of malpractice, or do anything that might damage the integrity and security of IELTS, I may be banned from taking the IELTS test in the future. I understand that if I am banned I will receive a notification stating the length of the ban. I understand that if I am subject to a ban and I register to take the test, I will not receive a result and I will not be entitled to a refund. 17. I understand that if any other person attempts to take the IELTS test in my place, both I and such person will be liable to prosecution. Details relating to the situation will be provided to the relevant authorities, including visa processing authorities and appropriate regulatory authorities. 18. I understand that the work I produce in the IELTS test remains the property of the IELTS Test Partners. It will not be released to candidates or to institutions or organisations, except in the investigation of suspected malpractice whereby my work may be provided to relevant authorities. 19. I understand that my Speaking test will be recorded. I understand that in the event the test does not record I will be required to re-take the Speaking test. I also agree that an observer may attend my Speaking test as part of the monitoring process. 20. I understand that I will be charged the full test fee upon registration. I understand that if I request a transfer or cancel my test, my right to a refund will be determined in accordance with local legislation. 21. I understand that this test result cannot be used for UKVI application purposes and that I will not be eligible for a refund if I subsequently find that I require an IELTS for UKVI test result. 22. I acknowledge that I have read the IELTS Information for Candidates booklet.
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