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The purpose is to help determine whether a student is likely to succeed in the first year of enrollment into any institution of higher learning. It measures the verbal and mathematical reasoning ability of the prospective student.
A very good score in the SAT I helps you to access a scholarship. The score range is between 400 and 1600.
SAT1-Standard period of tutorial-12 weeks and it's related to the examination period
October SAT-tutorial begins mid-July-first week October
November. SAT-1st week of August-End of October
December. SAT-1st week of September-Last week of November.
January. SAT-2nd week of October-Last week of January.
May SAT-1st week of February-Last week of April.
June SAT-1st week the March-Last week of May.
Students can decide whether to enroll for 3-month training or less
SATII-It runs Like SAT I
This measures the student's knowledge and the ability to apply knowledge in specific subject areas. Unlike SAT I, it is usually required from students wishing to attend IVY LEAGUE SCHOOLS or the very highly competitive schools.
Is more of a general, standardized test for both the undergraduate and graduate students. This generally tests the student’s English proficiency. Colleges/universities require this test as part of the requirements for admission. The total score is 120.
IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which tests English proficiency across the globe. It was established in 1989 and is accepted by more than 7,000 organisations worldwide which include universities, immigration departments, government agencies, professional bodies and multinational companies.
This tests graduate students who are intending to pursue management related courses. The overall score is 800.
This tests all graduate students outside management-related fields on verbal reasoning and mathematics. The exam consists of the analytical writng, verbal and quantitave reasoning sections. The New GRE score range is between 130-170.
GRE AND GMAT EXAMS are usually required from graduate students seeking admission for Postgraduate studies in American higher institutions of learning.