PREPARATION CLASSES

As you are going to study in abroad, English is the major qualifying point to get admission in most of the standard universities of different countries.. So for your support we are offering several Preparation classes like IELTS, PTE, TOEFL to enhance your English level and get your dream come true.

Why PREDICT EDUCATION?

  1. Free study materials
  2. Free test and assessment
  3. Multiple choices shifts
  4. Flexible teaching classes: Extend as per your requirement
The International English Language Testing System, or IELTS, is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers. All most all country accepts the IELTS to get you admitted in their institution if you meet the minimum requirement. There are two Types of IELTS: Academic for the students willing to study in abroad and general for the applicants who are willing to immigrate to get training in UK, Australia and Canada. And the result is valid for 2 years. Modules of IELTS
Module No. of Questions Time
Listening 40 30 mins
Reading 40 60 mins
Writing 2 60 mins
Speaking 3 parts 11-14 mins
All the candidates (General or Academic) take the same Listening and Speaking Modules but there is a slight difference in the Reading and Writing Modules. And each module carries 9 bands.

The Pearson Language Tests or PTE is a computer-based English language test accepted by educational institutions around the world. It is one of the fastest and fair English language tests. But it is not as acceptable as IELTS.

Test Formats:
Part 1: Speaking and writing (77-93 minutes)
Part 2: Reading (32-40 minutes)
Part 3: Listening (45-57 minutes)

Test of English as a Foreign Language or TOEFL is a standardized test to measure the English language ability of non-native speakers wishing to enroll in English-speaking universities.

Accepted by more than 11,000 universities in over 150 countries, it helps students stand out confidently in English and show they have what it takes to succeed.

TOEFL iBT Test Format

Reading54–72 minutes30–40 questionsRead passages and respond to questions

SectionTime LimitQuestionsTasks
Listening41–57 minutes28–39 questionsAnswer questions about brief lectures or classroom discussions
Break10 minutes
Speaking17 minutes4 tasksTalk about a familiar topic and discuss material you read and listened to
Writing50 minutes2 tasksRead a passage, listen to a recording, type your response
The SAT is an entry and scholarship criterion for most highly-ranked schools in the United States. It is a test of Mathematical and Verbal reasoning. High scores on the SAT qualify students to gain entry into the best schools and to compete for merit-based scholarships. SAT Modules
Section Sub-Section Total Testing Time Number of Questions
Evidence-Based Reading & Writing Reading 65 Minutes                52
Writing 35 Minutes                44
                 Math 80 minutes: 55-minute calculator-optional section and 25-minute no-calculator section                  58

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