PTE is accepted for student and migration applications across the world. In addition to its unbiased approach to testing, the test has many unique advantages.
In PTE all test takers’ results are graded by an algorithm, not humans.
|Speaking & Writing||77 – 93 minutes||Personal introduction /Read aloud/Repeat sentence/Describe image/Re-tell lecture/Answer short question/Summarize written text/Essay (20 mins)|
|Reading||32-40 minutes||Reading & writing: Fill in the blanks/Multiple choice, choose multiple answers/Re-order paragraphs/Reading: Fill in the blanks/Multiple choice, choose single answer|
|Listening||45 -57 Minutes||Summarize spoken text /Multiple choice, choose multiple answer/Fill in the blanks/Highlight correct summary/Multiple choice, choose single answer/ Select missing word/Highlight incorrect words/Write from dictation|
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What You Get From This Course
what the PTE items are about)
what are their approaches
how to structurally brainstorm the ideas and put them to practice
which items get how much time
Exam Advice From Past Examiners/Graders
Timed Practicing Reading and Listening (Live Class Recordings)
Free Participation in our Live Online Course covering different subjects
Having Written Essays Evaluated (time and number of requests permitting)
Watching Live Teacher Demonstrations to Succeed on Every Section
Having Access to Consistently Updated Teacher Examples
Free Participation in Peer Review for Writing
Starting out: introducing the strategies and tactics for each area, explaining task types and providing hints not only on how to prepare but also on how to achieve the best marks on each test section.
Advice and tutorial videos: Our experts explain the application of the tactics and strategies.
A minimum of Intermediate level English
Ability to Actively and Consistently Participate
Be passionate to improve the academic vocabulary
A non-EU trained health professional applying to register with the NMC (Nursing & Midwifery Council)?
An international medical graduate taking the PLAB test to register with the GMC (General Medical Council)?
A qualified pharmacist, dentist, nurse or physical therapist that needs this course for licensing?
A student applying for Bachelor, Masters, or Doctorate programs in the USA, UK, Australia, or Canada.
An international medical graduate applying for residency in the USA or Canada.