The TOEFL test measures the ability of non-native speakers of English to use and understand English as it is spoken, written, and heard in college and university settings. Most Educational Institutes in the US and Canada ask applicants for their TOEFL Scores. Institutes in other countries, where the mode and language of instruction is English, also use TOEFL.

The TOEFL iBT (Internet-based Test) tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. The test helps students demonstrate that they have the English skills needed for success.



GRE test intends to primarily aid Graduate Schools (of all fields other than business) to assess the potential of the applicants for advanced study. Most universities in the US, while inviting applications from prospective students, ask for GRE scores.

The GRE General Test measures Verbal reasoning, Quantitative reasoning, Critical thinking and Analytical writing skills that have been acquired over a long period of time and that are not related to any specific field of study. The GRE Subject Tests gauge undergraduate achievement in eight specific fields of study and is often required for admission into a master's degree program.



IELTS is the international English Language Testing System. It is for people who intend to study or work where English is the language of the communication. IELTS measures test takers' ability to communicate in English across all four language skills - Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. Universities in UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada widely accept IELTS. And it is mandatory test for overseas study. IELTS is jointly managed by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL).



GMAT is a standardized assessment that helps business schools assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management. Nearly 900 management institutes all over the world require GMAT scores from the applicants. The test is scored on a maximum of 800.

The GMAT exam measures basic verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that you have developed over a long period of time in your education and work.



Originally, SAT was an abbreviation for the Scholastic Aptitude Test. In 1993, the test was renamed the SAT I: Reasoning Test. At the same time, the former Achievement Tests were renamed the SAT II: Subject Tests. In 2004, the numerals "I" and "II" were dropped and the tests are now named the SAT Reasoning Test (or just SAT) and SAT Subject Tests. SAT is a simple and recognizable way of referring to the SAT Reasoning Test.

It is accepted for US College Admissions. Most US Universities ask for the SAT for admissions to their undergraduate programs.

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