The Pearson PTE Academic English Test is the first entirely computer-based English language test for international study.
PTE is one of the world’s leading providers of secure English language tests and each year, tens of thousands of people trust PTE to help them prove their English proficiency for study, work, or migration – and to open doors to new careers, experiences, and possibilities.
When you complete your PTE Academic test, you receive a Score Report and a Skills Profile to help you understand your test score, your language skill level, and where you can improve.
Each PTE Academic test has 20 question types. Each one is graded differently. Multiple choice answers are scored as either right or wrong, while scored for more complex question types like essay writing are based on many criteria.
Each institution chooses how to set their scores. Typically, you will need to achieve the following minimum scores:
The best way to find out how you might score on test day is to try a Scored Practice Test.
With the same type of content as the real test, and taken over three hours, a Scored Practice test will help you to predict your potential overall score. It will also help you understand your strengths and weaknesses, which you can use to shape your study plan.
Fast results - Most test takers get their results within 48 hours. Plus, you can choose from frequent test dates and book last-minute.
Less stress - Choose a better test experience with our two-hour computer-based exam, friendly test environment, and straightforward booking.
Complete preparation - Build confidence for test day with a mix of preparation packages, scored practice tests, and free resources.
If you would like to learn more about the Pearson PTE English language test or sign up for lessons, please contact SI-UK today.
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