We teach English proficiency to suit whatever test you need to takeThere are 4 globally recognized English tests you can expect to sit in, and we can help advise which test you need to train for to be accepted into your chosen institution or destination.
IELTS is one of the world’s most popular English tests for migration, especially for study or work. It comes in 2 formats, Academic and General Training. IELTS Academic testing is what you need – as it’s designed to ensure you’re ready to study at university or college.IELTS comprises 4 components: Listening (Approx. 30 minutes), Reading (60 minutes), Writing (60 minutes with 2 tasks to complete) and Speaking (11 – 14 minute face-to-face interview). This type of testing is accepted in over 9,000 educational institutions worldwide.
The Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) is commonly used by universities, colleges and governments as a standardised test for English proficiency. It is completed online and provides a written test result to you within 5 business days.PTE Academic test is available in 250 locations worldwide and is conducted 353 days per year. The process runs in 4 stages: Booking, Preparation, Testing, Viewing/Sending Your Scores.
The TOEFL Test is used to determine your English language skills at a university level. It combines evaluations in reading, listening, speaking and writing in academic situations to ensure your skills are of an acceptable university standard.Taken by over 30 million people worldwide, it’s accepted in 130 countries and by more than 10,000 institutions. Testing is available in authorised test centres 50 times per year.
The SAT Test is Paper Based Test Format and is divided into 4 sections namely, Reading (52 Questions to be answered in 65 minutes) Writing and Language (44 Questions to be answered in 35 minutes ) Maths: Maths is further classified in two sections: Section 1: 20 Questions to be answered in 25 minutes (No calculator allowed), Section 2: 38 Questions to be answered in 55 minutes (Calculator allowed).Optional Essay: Write an Essay on 1 topic only, in 50 mins. The Total duration of the entire Test Format is 3 Hours 45 minutes
The GRE Test is Computer Based Test Format is divided into 7 sections namely, Analytical Writing – 2 Questions to be answered in 60 minutes, Analyze an issue – 1 Question to be answered in 30 minutes, Analyze an argument – 1 Question to be answered in 30 minutes.Quantitative Reasoning (2 Sections) – Approximately 20 questions in each section to be answered in 35 minutes for each section, Verbal Reasoning (2 Sections) – Approximately 20 questions in each section to be answered in 30 minutes for each section. Unscored (Experimental) – The number of questions and time Varies, Research – The number of questions and time Varies. The Total duration of the entire Test Format is 3 Hours 45 minutes.
The GMAT Test is Computer Based Test Format and is divided into 4 sections namely, Analysis of an Argument – One question to be answered in 30 minutes, Integrated Reasoning – 12 questions to be answered in 30 minutes Students can opt for an Optional Break, Quantitative -31 Questions to be answered in 62 minutes Students can opt for an Optional Break, Verbal – 36 Questions to be answered in 65 minutes. The Total duration of the entire Test Format is 3 Hours 30 minutes.