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    #1

    postpone (the date) of the iELTS

    Hello,

    *self-made sentence*

    - I would like to postpone (the date) of the iELTS exam on 17th March to X. . .

    I would like to ask if 'the date' is needed in the sentence or not. I think we can omit it because the sentence without it is clear.

    Thanks.

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    Re: postpone (the date) of the iELTS

    I understand that IELTS is held on different dates which have been fixed by the examiner.
    I do not think you, as a candidate, can postpone that. You can opt for the next sitting.

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    Re: postpone (the date) of the iELTS

    In a different context, where you can postpone something, say 'I would like to postpone the meeting arranged for 6th March to 12th March'.

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