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I am really confused about some information i know which i don’t know if it is for real. I am from the Philippines. I am also very interested to know more about IELTS, not because i want to take an exam but because i am teaching this training to my foreign students here. I am also doing the most part here as a teacher, however, my concern is about the examiner who is going to give the score. As what i knew, the person who is going to conduct the interview is not the same person who is going to give the score, since the real exam is recorded. I am not sure if the interviewer has the right to give a band score. I had undergone training here, and she used to be one of the examiners of British Council in the Philippines. According to her, the interviewer is not part of the examiner because the real examiner will just check the recorded part. So, if this is the case, having an eye to eye contact with the interviewer is not necessary, this is in conflict that what you have advised. I just want to know if it is a revised rules of British Council in conduct of IELTS exam? I want the latest as possible.