Scholastic Achievement Test. Students take this test in the spring of their junior year in high school, in preparation for going to college. Most students take this exam in June, however, many students take the exam again in the fall of their senior year, because they were not satisfied with the score they received in June. There are two subjects tested, verbal skills and math skills. 1.8 million students take the SAT each year.
Graduate Record Examination. The GRE is required for admission to graduate school. This computerized exam is offered year-round, but only during the first 3 weeks of every calendar month. It tests students on verbal skills, quantitative skills (math), and analytical reasoning skills.
Graduate Management Admission Test. The GMAT is required for admission to business school. This computerized test is offered year-round, but only in the last 3 weeks of every calendar month. It tests students on verbal skills, quantitative skills (math) and analytical writing skills.
Test Of English as a Foreign Language. The TOEFL is required to assess the English proficiency of people who speak English as a non-native language. It is a required exam for those students wishing to begin undergraduate or graduate study in the US. The TOEFL is a computer exam which is given year round. There are 4 sections: listening comprehension, structure, reading comprehension and writing.
IELTS is the world’s proven English test. Over 1.4 million candidates take the test each year to start their journeys into international education and employment.IELTS is recognised by more than 6000 institutions in over 135 countries.You can rely on IELTS – the test that sets the standard.