PTE @ SVARNA

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PTE (Pearson Test of English) is an international computer-based test of English language.

  • It measures your English language ability by testing your level of English through tasks which reflect real-life settings.
  • It is widely accepted by universities, higher education institutions, and government departments around the world. PTE is most preferred English test for students due to availability of dates and instant results.
  • PTE is approved by the Australian Government for visa applications and accepted by thousands of institutions in the Australia, USA, UK and New Zealand, including Harvard, Yale and INSEAD.
  • The PTE test is based on real-life academic and general content. You will come across graphs, summaries, excerpts, and many more items that belong to things around you.
  • The test also contains both native and non-native accents, much like what you hear in films, TV and other real-life conversations from everyday life.

PTE Academic is a computer-based test designed to test your English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. The test takes approximately three hours to complete. This includes an un-timed introduction of the test.

Introduction to the test and one optional scheduled break of up to 10 minutes. There are three timed parts:

Each part may contain several sections, each section is individually timed.

Intro Introduction Not timed = 25 seconds to prepare your answer
TIPS: Speak calmly and clearly, don’t be in a hurry to avoid eating your words.

PTE Academic is a computer-based test designed to test your English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. The test takes approximately three hours to complete. This includes an un-timed introduction of the test.

  1. Speaking & Writing Module for about 77-93 minutes
  • Personal Introduction = untimed, ungraded
  • Read Aloud = 6 to 7 items
  • Repeat Sentence = 10 to 12 items
  • Describe Image = 6 to 7 items
  • Re-tell Lecture = 3 to 4 items
  • Answer short question = 10 to 12 items
  • Summarize text = 3 to 4 items
  • Essay = 1 to 2 tasks with 200 to 300 words
  1. Reading Module for about 32-41 minutes
  • Multiple choice questions (single answer) = 2-3 items
  • Multiple choice questions (multiple answers) = 2-3 items
  • Re-order paragraphs = 2-3 items
  • Reading, fill in the blanks = 4-5 items
  • Reading and writing fill in the blanks = 5-6 items
  1. Listening Module for about 45-57 minutes
  • Summarize spoken text = with 2 to 3 items
  • Multiple choice questions (single answer) = with 2-3 items
  • Multiple choice questions (multiple answers) = with 2-3 items
  • Fill in the blanks = with 2-3 items
  • Highlight the correct summary = with 2-3 items
  • Highlight incorrect words = with 2-3 items
  • Select missing word = 2-3 items
  • Write from dictation = 3-4 items