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PTE is Pearson Test of English. The reference here is to PTE (Academic Test). It is different from PTE (General). It consists of six tests at different levels (A1, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) designed to assess general English language proficiency. Both the test types are intended for test takers who are speakers of other languages (ESOL). Like IELTS and TOEFL, PTE (Academic) is designed to assess the English language skill of candidates who want to study in an English Speaking Country. However, PTE is different from IELTS and TOEFL in several important respects.
First and foremost, unlike IETLS but like TOEFL, PTE is an online internet based test.More importantly, PTE is totally free of human intervention; it is a Computer-based Computer-assessed test.All the items in PTE (Academic) are machine scored.In a way, PTE is the new age language ability test that is free of any cultural or native skill bias.An indirect but equally important benefit of the computer-based computer-assessed interface of P…


GETTING STARTEDStart your preparation for the TOEFL test by reading the following important information about the test, testing requirements, and your TOEFL scores. Undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs around the word require students to demonstrate their ability to communicate in English as an entrance requirement. The TOEFL: test gives takers the opportunity to prove they can communicate ideas effectively by simulating university classroom and students life communication. The language used in the test reflects real-life English language usage in university lectures, classes, and laboratories. It is the same language professors use when they study course work or concepts with students. It is the language students use in study groups and everyday university situations, such as buying books at the bookstore. The reading passages are from real textbooks and course materials. OEFL SCORE CAN HELP YOU GO ANYWHEREThe TOEFL test measures how well test takers use English, not just …


IELTS is administered in two streams: Academic Training ExamGeneral Training ExamWhich one should I take?
It is important that you choose the correct test on your application form. The institution or agency that will be receiving your score will tell you which exam to take. If you are planning on taking an undergraduate or postgraduate course at an English college or university, you should take the academic Training exam. If you are taking the IELTS for professional purposes, you should also take the Academic Training exam.General Training exam tests the English language communication skills that are needed for those who want to live and work in English speaking countries.The Listening and Speaking section are the same in both the Academic and General tests. ==> Where can I take IELTS?More than 800 test centres around the world administer IELTS. All the test centres are run by the British council, IELTS Australia or Cambridge University. ==> Test Duration
The complete IELTS takes 2 h…


The  SAT  is  a  standardized  test  widely  used  for  college  admissions  in  the  United States.HOW LONG IS IT? It is long. In fact, it is almost 4 hours in length when you include the “optional” essay. It consists of 3 hours of multiple choice (and a tad bit of grid-in) testing, split into five sections, plus one 50-minute essay. Section 1: Reading Test - 65 Minutes, 52 Questions
Section 2: Writing and Language Test - 35 Minutes, 44 Questions
Section 3: Math Test (No Calculator) - 25 Minutes, 20 Questions
Section 4: Math Test (Calculator) - 55 Minutes, 38 Questions
Section 5: Essay - 50 Minutes

WHAT’S IN EACH SECTION?ReadingWriting and LanguageMathEssay

WHAT DOES THIS PIE CHAT TELL US? You  d o have a  lot  of  control  over  your  success  on  this  test. While  each student’s  in going  academic  skill  level  may  vary,  every  student  can  strive  to  make  sure  that  the  remainin


In the ever expanding frontiers of globalization and rapidly changing business expectations, employers are looking for not only the domain-specific hard skills but also certain Personality traits and soft-skills. The bar has been raised by the industry and the focus has been shifted to the role specific soft skills and Personality traits. Therefore, there is a huge shift in the existing paradigms of employer-employee relationships. In order to meet these new challenges, a prospective job-seeker has to be expert in not only his domain-specific hard skills but also has to hone up his personality traits and soft-skills to get into perfect alignment with the roles and responsibilities of his job. Hence, keeping in view all these requirements for a job seeker we have introduced an intensive training program in PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & SOFT SKILLS with the following focal areas: 1) Introduction
2) Personality Development- A must for Leadership & Career Growth.
3) Personality Tests - Ca…


Each student and their family's situation is different. The right school or program can provide countless academic and extra-curricular opportunities to maximize a child's potential. Schools, colleges and universities differ in philosophy, setting, size, and structure. Discipline and teaching styles, religious affiliation, specialized services and the role of arts and athletics are elements that define each school. Getting it right can make the difference between a mediocre experience and a tremendously fulfilling one. GO STATES is an Educational Consultancy service which works closely with students and their families to evaluate and identify the most appropriate school for each child while providing overall direction and support throughout the admissions process.We know that each student is unique, and that there is a school out there that best suits an individual’s strengths, interests, and talents – a place where each student will find fulfillment, success, and a sense of be…