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PTE Academic assesses real-life, academic English. Trusted by universities, colleges and governments around the world, PTE is the most unbiased proof of an individual’s English skills. Its scores are accepted by thousands of education institutions in Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, Canada, Ireland, Singapore, Germany and more and are also approved for all types of visas in Australia and New Zealand.

The test focuses on day to day English rather than high-level English language and tests a students’ ability to effectively understand the language. The multi-level grading system ensures a better understanding of the student’s proficiency in the English language.

Conducted by Pearson Inc, the test allots 3 hours time to candidates and the results are available within just 48 hours of taking the test.

Test Modules

The test structure is divided into four sections

  • Listening

  • Speaking

  • Writing

  • Reading

Test Structure In Details 



It consist of objective questions like Multiple choice, fill in the blanks, reading and re-writing the paragraph etc. Time Duration: 30-40 minutes


Here you need to answer both objective and subjective questions. MCQ, fill in the blanks, Look for the missing words, highlight the Righ paragraph and thereby throw light on the wrongly framed sentences. You will be ask to submit the synopsis of the spoken content. Also you need to pen down the dictation. Time Duration: 45-57 mins.


This test is divided into two parts, Lets check it briefly:

In this part, main focus is thrown on the candidate’s speaking and writing competence. This start with your intro wherein you can speak out as many things about yourself as you want to. Although this doesn’t count any score for you but you get the opportunity to give information regarding your personality so that the data could be forwarded to the chosen universities and institutions.

Here, The examinee will be provided with an audio clip, in return to what s/he needs to answer over microphone. The motive of this section is to make the candidate speak aloud, giving descriptions of the given picture, doing repetitive attempts of reading the sentences and lectures, compiling the written text, writing on given topics, and answer to questions in brief.

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