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Scholarstic Exam (TOEFL, IELTS, SAT)

Scholarstic Exam

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

Our students are specifically prepared to achieve high score in SAT which is a standardised college admission test in the US. Students are tested in three main courses; Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing. Each institution decides on cumulative scores which guarantees admission. It is accepted in almost every major college and institutions in the US. Students enrolled on this programme at Aduvie College are able to benefit from expert advice, tutoring and training that will help secure scholarship opportunities by meeting high SAT scores.

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

This is an examination designed for candidates whose primary language is not English and wish to study in English speaking countries abroad. At Aduvie College, tutors use daily and weekly practice assessment questions to support learners’ preparations for the examination and to monitor progress. It is our policy to ensure learners are well prepared and able to achieve success before we register them for the examinations.
TOEFL can be used to gauge how adept prospective candidates are in the English language (ability to speak and understand). It is accepted in over 9,000 institutions spanning 130 countries worldwide. Candidates are required to attempt 4 sections in this exam; Reading, Speaking, Listening and Writing. Individual scores in each test is then tallied up to get the total cumulative score. Maximum score is 120. The result is valid for 2 years after the test.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

Like the TOEFL, this is used to assess the English language proficiency level in candidates. It comprises 4 sections; Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. It is run jointly by the British Council, Cambridge English Language Assessment and IDP Education Australia. There are three versions of the test: Academic, General Training and Life Skills.
Academic: For prospective candidate who wish to study an Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree or join any Professional bodies in English speaking countries.
General Training: For candidates who wish to migrate to English speaking countries, or attend secondary school in English-speaking countries.
Life Skills: Utilized for candidate looking to gain permanent residence in English-speaking countries.

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