University Entrance Applications
(TOEFL, SAT, ACT, etc)
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Undergraduate Entrance Qualification Exams for USA and International Colleges
SAT, ACT, etc)
Most of these tests are administred by the ETS, the Educational Testing Service, a non-profit organization, based in Princeton New Jersey. ETS maintains offices in the United States and around the world to fulfill their idea of advancing learning worldwide.
(Test of English as a Foreign Language)
The TOEFL® test is the most widely accepted English-language test in the world. No matter where, in the USA and Canada, you want to study as a foreign student, the TOEFL test can help get you there. It is also a lot easier than the British equivalent, administered by the University of Cambridge in the UK.
More institutions accept TOEFL test scores than any other test scores in the world more than 7,000 colleges, universities and licensing agencies in more than 130 countries.
There are two types of tests and you can apply to either of them.
What is the difference between TOEFL iBT and TOEFL PBT?
iBT measures reading, listening, speaking and
writing skills and takes approximately 4 hours. It is
given on computer 30-40 times a year at test centers
throughout the world.
There are many different courses, though they are all rather similar.
Undergraduate College Entrance Tests
SAT or ACT?
(Scolastic Aptitude Test)
The SAT is the most widely taken college entrance examination. It is designed to test your skill level in math, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. The test is divided into seven sections: 3 math, 3 verbal, and 1 experimental section. The math and verbal sections each have their own distinct question types, including quantitative comparisons, sentence completions, grid-ins, and more.
Here are some books that will help you pass the various Admission Tests for Colleges in the USA. You buy these directly from amazon.com
Kaplan, McCraw Hill and Barron's are the large providers of training courses for the SAT and ACT.
Some of the various training books and multimedia material (e.g. Kindle) you can obtain from amazon.com are shown here.
This is only a very small selection of all the specialist test book that you can get from amazon.com. They will ship your books anywhere, for a reasonable price.
(American College Test)
You will actually receive 12 separate scores on the ACT: 1 composite, 4 subject scores, and 7 subscores. However the composite - or scaled - score is the most important. It ranges from 1-36. Nearly half of all test takers fall in the 17-23 range.
SAT vs ACT
Until recently, the ACT was required by colleges in the Midwest, while the SAT was the test of choice for schools in the Northeast and on both coasts. Now, however, most schools accept both. This increased acceptance of both exams gives students a strategic advantage. The ACT is a content-based test, whereas the SAT tests critical thinking and problem solving skills. Depending on your particular strengths and weaknesses, you may perform significantly better on one test than the other. Regardless, you should check with each of your target schools before taking either exam.
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