Test Preparation

Test Preparation

by StudyHubGlobal
It is very difficult to study in any foreign nation if you are not comfortable with the formal spoken language of the host country. As the majority of nations speak English, they expect you to do the same, which will determine your seriousness towards your education and career.

Standardized Test Preparation

Many colleges and universities require that students applying to their programs take one or more standardized admission tests. Standardized tests are devised specifically to evaluate students and compare their aptitude in a consistent manner. These may be English language proficiency tests, such as TOEFL, IELTS, PTE or college and graduate-school admission tests, such as SAT, GMAT, and GMAT. We will also guide you regarding the scores that universities will be looking for and the scores that you should be aiming for in order to target particular institutions. Our admission counselor will review any standardized test scores that you have already taken, which might help you with your admission. If you have not taken any of the standardized tests that are required, our admission counselor will make booking for you. We offer training for these standardized tests in our own coaching facilities.


The International English Language Testing System; IELTS is the world’s most popular English-language test for study, work, and migration, accepted by over 9,000 organizations and institutions worldwide and with more than 2.5 million tests taken each year. The tests are offered up to four times a month in over 900 test venues in more than 140 countries. Results are issued about two weeks after the tests and could be sent by Official IELTS test centers to designated organizations or institutions provided it has been nominated, either by post mail or electronically. The cost of taking the test is set locally and payable in the local currency, making it convenient.


Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a standardized test conducted by ETS. GRE score is accepted by so many top-level master degree programs. Perspective graduates and business school applicants from all around the world who are interested in pursuing a master’s in business or doctoral degree take GRE general test. GRE test provides business schools a common measure for comparing candidate’s qualifications. The test focuses on measuring the quantitative and verbal reasoning, analytical writing and critical thinking skills of individuals.


Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a three and half hour test designed to predict how the applicants will perform academically while pursuing businesses degree’s like MBA. The GMAT seeks to measure four major skills like analytically writing, quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning and integrated reasoning.


Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is a widely used test for college admissions in the United States. The test is intended to asses a student’s readiness for college phase. A possible score of 400 to 1600 combining test results from two different 800-point sections like critical reading, writing and Mathematics.


Pearson Test of English language exam is used to test communication skills of individuals whose first language is not English. The test focuses on ow well an individual can communicate in the actual sense thereby using real-life scenarios rather than grammatical expressions. Over 1000 university worldwide accepts the PTE as a proof of English language proficiency and usually a requirement for Visa purposes by the Australian government.


Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a compulsory English test conducted for every student from non-English speaking country looking for overseas education in English speaking countries like, USA, UK, etc. We run TOEFL preparation course which helps students and specialists acquire the skills and confidence compulsory to get a high score on the TOEFL. This TOEFL course allows you to preparation and learn at your own bound and program. The entire preparation course includes tests, exercises, test taking strategies, and reviews of student submissions for the Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing sections.