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Test to be Taken

Students are required to take various tests as an eligibility criterion for studying abroad. The tests you would need would depend upon the country and course of your choice. These tests act as a guide to the educator (universities where you apply). They provide a clue to the educators about the various facets of the student's personality like reasoning ability, analytical thought process, language, maturity, etc., and plays a major role in the admission decision-making process.

The important tests are:

1) TOEFL (TEST OF ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE)

 

- Required for admission to any course in USA and Canada
- Also accepted by UK, Australian and New Zealand institutes

2) GRE (GRADUATE RECORD EXAM)

 

- Required for admission to any masters level program in USA (Other than MBA/management courses)
- Also accepted and required by some Canadian Universities.

3) GMAT (GRADUATE MANAGEMENT ADMISSION TEST)

 

- Required for admission to MBA and other management programs in USA
- Also accepted and required by many UK, Canadian Australian and New Zealand institutes

4) SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

 

- Required for admission to any bachelor level course in USA

5) IELTS (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)

 

- Required for admission and visa to Australia
- Also accepted by UK, Australian, Canadian and New Zealand institutes in place of TOEFL

All students wishing to take these tests need to go through the following procedure:

Getting the Forms/Bulletins
Registering for the test
By mail
By fax
By phone
Preparation for the test
Taking the test
Awaiting the results, and finally
Reporting the results
  NEWS & EVENTS  

Changes to UK Student Visa Tier 4 of the points-based system.

The UK Border Agency is making a series of important changes to the student visa - Tier 4 of the points-based system.

A Tier 4 (General) student who will be studying a course that is below degree level (except a Foundation Degree or an English language course), should be competent in English language at a minimum of level B1 on the CEFR in all four components (reading, writing, speaking and listening). To prove the English Language Competency, students should take an English language test with an approved test provider.

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