PTE Academic

Pearson test of English

Pearson test of English Academic is a viable alternative to other English exams such as TOEFL or IELTS. It was launched in 2009.

PTE Academic is a computer based test of English, which is accepted by thousands of Institutions in the UK, Australia, USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland, including Harvard, Yale and INSEAD for study abroad. This test assesses the English language skills of non-native speakers intending to apply for university courses in English-speaking countries or to apply for Australian visas.

It is accepted by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection for immigration and visa applications including Subclass 189 – Skilled Independent visa.


There are three versions of the test: the PTE Academic, General and Young Learners. If you are taking the test in order to apply for a university course or for Australian visas, you should take PTE Academic.

PTE Academic tests real-life language. You will listen to university lectures and respond to questions about life on campus with their real-life test of academic English.


Fast results: PTE Academic results are available within five business days, which is faster than IELTS and TOEFL. Some of our clients were able to get their PTE Academic results within 24 hours.

No potential for examiner bias: This test assesses listening, reading, speaking and writing all via computer in a single 3 hour test session. It has been claimed that PTE Academic is a fair test as their highly accurate computer marking means consistent scores and no potential for examiner bias.

No additional fees to send scores to institutions: You can send your scores to as many institutions as you choose as there are no additional fees for extra score reports.

Test centres world-wide: The test sessions are run 363 days of the year, at one of over 200 locations in almost 50 countries worldwide.

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“My research for Australian PR started in March 2015, talking to umpteen consultants in India apart from tearing down Google. No one could instil the confidence in me that I was looking for. And then, pat on my back, come Jan 2016, courtesy my tenacity of internet research, I found Anna. After a series of long e-mails, we had our first conversation. He did mention a few facts that every one shied away saying or deliberately hid from stating earlier and as with everything else in my life, went by my instinct to sign up for the PR process in April’16.

Anna is immaculate at his work to the extent of correcting a ‘.’ and ‘-‘. No one will be blamed for complaining of him being a ‘perfectionist’ of course for all the right reasons. He has immense patience to answer all queries, however stupid they may be and believe me I had many. In case if one runs out of patience since this PR process is a long drawn affair, he can send no less than 50 quotes on ‘Patience’.

Many documents, many scans, signatures and 5 months later, the second call from Anna at 9 am confirming and congratulating on the Visa grant was a sweet nothing. Miracle do happen and if personified, the name would be Anna!

Dear Anna–heartfelt thank you from us for all your efforts, guidance and support during this entire journey. Our relation is not over yet. Planning to be in Australia this December. We have to get our parents to be with us and we are crystal clear that it would be you, once again!

Somnath, Subclass 189 visa – 20 August 2016

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