Here are some of the tests required to Study in Australia.
IELTS stands for ‘International English Language Testing System’. It is one of the best language tests around the world. This test has 4 sections, which are Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. The time that is given to you to complete this test is 2 hours and 45 minutes. Usually, Australian universities require applicants to have a score of at least 6.5. But not every university in Australia has the same criteria, so students can find some universities that accept applications with a 5.5 score as well.
TOEFL, an abbreviation for ‘Test of English as a Foreign Language’, is another language test that is accepted by universities in Australia. This test, too, has four sections – reading, speaking, listening, and writing. However, this test takes much more time to complete as compared to IELTS. The time limit of TOEFL exam is 4 hours and 20 minutes. You need to score a minimum of 46 to be able to apply to study in Australia. However, you should aim to score between 60 and 90 as universities are more likely to accept your application if your score is in this bracket.
The Pearson Test of English Academic is a language test that all universities in Australia accept. Just like the previous two, this test also has the 4 sections of Reading, Speaking, Listening and Writing. Students are given 3 hours to complete the test. Students need a minimum score of 42 to apply in universities in Australia But you should ideally aim to score marks between 50 and 64.
GMAT stands for the ‘Graduate Management Admission Test’. This test has 4 sections, namely Analytical Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Verbal Reasoning. Students are given a time duration of 3 hours and 7 minutes to complete the test. Students have to complete the Analytical Writing section and Integrated Reasoning section within an hour =30 minutes for each section. Once this is done, students get 62 minutes to complete the section of Quantitative Reasoning, and 65 minutes for the final section, which is Verbal Reasoning. Every Australian university has a different minimum-score requirement. But marks above 600 is considered to be a good GMAT score.
These are the exams that are accepted by Australian universities. Now that you know about the tests, the next thing on your list would be arranging the finances for your academic expenses.
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