Choosing between the two isn’t really a major factor which will affect your scores. They both administer the tests in the same manner and score examinees’ outputs using the same general guidelines. You can search information regarding the two in the internet and find all the basic things you need to know:
This article however, might perhaps give you a better idea and help you decide on which to give a shot. I’ve always found others’ personal experiences and insights helpful, so who knows? Mine might have the same effect on you. 😉 Be it known, however, that my posts under this section may not be as thorough as I want it to be since I’m plainly relying on my memory from 3 years ago (particularly for the British Council), though I’ll try my hardest to give you the important details.
Note: My description of the British Council’s testing system is 3 years old, developments might have already occurred. Any changes that the latest examinees might have experienced, please feel free to comment or even message me so I can make the necessary corrections/additions. Thank you!
Well my eyes are drooping now, will post the more detailed experience with each IELTS administrators tomorrow. (If I’m not busy) 😉
Repost from ANC’s latest tweet: You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have. Good mor-night guys! Antok has finally taken me over. Signing off for now (0100HR)