Test Preparation Classes    
 

 

TOEFL:

Test of English as a Foreign Language is a skill-based exam which tests the proficiency in American English of the students whose first or native language is not English. TOEFL scores are required by most of the accredited Colleges/ Universities of the US and Canada for admission as well as scholarship purposes. The test is Computer based having the following sections.

1. Structure 2 weeks
2. Reading Comprehension 1 week
3. Listening Comprehension 1 week
4. Essay Writing 1 week
5. Computer Practice 1 week
Duration 6 Weeks
 

 

IELTS:

International English Language Testing System is a skill-based exam which tests the proficiency in British English of the students whose first or native language is not English. IELTS scores are required by the Colleges/Universities of UK, Australia, New Zealand and most of European Countries for admission. The course is divided into following sections:

1. Intensive English Language 1 weeks
2. Listening Section 1 week
3. Reading Section 1 week
4. Writing Section 1 week
5. Speaking Section 1 week
6. Exam Oriented Test 1 week
Duration 6 Weeks

 

 
 

 

SAT:

Scholastic Aptitude Test (N-SAT I & SAT II) is a reasoning and subjective test. SAT is required for the students applying for Under-Graduate courses in the US Colleges/Universities. Sometimes, a good SAT score helps students to get admission and scholarship in Under-Graduate level. The course is divided into following sections:

1. Critical Reading 3.5 Weeks
2. Mathematical Analysis 3.5 Weeks
3. Writing Section 2 Weeks
4. Exam Oriented Test 1 Week
Duration 10 Weeks
 

 

 

GRE:

Graduate Record Examination is a computer-adaptive test. GRE is required for those who wish to study Masters in Science and Technology and Arts in the US Colleges/Universities. Sometimes, a good GRE score helps students to get admission, scholarship and assistantships at the Graduate level. The course is divided into following sections:

1. Analytical Discussion 2 Weeks
2. Quantitative 3.5 Weeks
3. Verbal Practice 1 week
4. Computer Practice 1 week
Duration 10 Weeks

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

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