Many persons having seen the advantages of studying abroad like cultural experience, ideas and friends etc wants to study abroad, but are always frustrated on how to process their admissions and how to meet the requirements needed, one of the major questions on their lips is always what is the entrance exams to study abroad, depending on your course of study and level of education, you may need to write one or two examination.
Thou the major examination taken in order to study abroad especially in English speaking countries is language proficiency tests like TOEFL and IELTS, but in this article we will be classifying exams according to language, undergraduate, Post graduate, in order to ease the stress of searching other sites. With the projected 75% rise in number of students leaving their countries in search of admission in other countries, we have clearly mapped out the basic examination as it is done according to level of education the person has attained, and to ease your tension, by calming your nerves.
Also Read: Apply For Student Scholarships Without IELTS
Language proficiency tests
IELTS (International English Language Testing system)
This exam is written by those who wish to study majorly in the following countries UK, Australia, New Zealand, and many other countries.it has a validity of two years, both reading and writing are evaluated in this tests.
TOEFL (Test of English as a foreign language)
This examination is written by those who wish to study in US and Canada, it also has two years’ validity.
PTE (Pearson language test)
This exam is accepted by few colleges in US and majority in UK.
Undergraduate program exams
SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)
This is a standardized test for admission into US colleges.
This is an entrance exam for some college in US and high schools
MCAT (medical college admission test)
It involves multiple choice questions aimed at assessing your ability to solve problems, think critically, knowledge of nature etc.
LSAT (Law school Admission Test)
This test assesses you’re reading and verbal skills required in law.
CAEL (Cambridge Academic English language Assessment)
This is part of Cambridge university admission exams.
Graduate program exams
GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)
This exam tests your analytical, writing, quantitative and verbal ability in English, required in business fields, it open for those interested in MBA programs.
GRE (graduate record examination)
This exam is the most widely accept in terms of graduate admissions as it has no program barrier.
For high school
They’re many exams to study in high schools abroad, but its sometimes advisable to travel abroad after high school, to be able to easily adapt to their environment and learning system. Thou some countries have an age bar of 18 for international students coming to their country.
In all the most important entrance exam to study abroad are GRE, GMAT, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT, ACT, candidates with good performance in any of the exams are always considered for scholarship by universities.