About This Chapter
About the PTE Academic Test - Chapter Summary
The short lessons in this chapter provide an overview of the PTE Academic Test. You can review who the test is for and the constraints of each section. You can also get tips for managing your time while taking the test. After completing the chapter, you should be prepared to:
- Explain what the PTE Academic Test is, who it's for, how it's structured, and how it's scored
- Recall how to register for the PTE Academic Test and what to bring on test day
- Discuss strategies that will help to ensure you're ready to take the test
These lessons can help you quickly understand what's on the PTE Academic Test. You can review all three lessons in order, or just look at the lessons that cover the topics you need to review. A short quiz is available for each lesson to see how many details you can remember.
1. What Is the PTE Academic Test?
The Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic is an assessment that measures a candidate's command of the English language. Keep reading for more information on the purpose and format of this exam.
2. PTE Academic Registration Information & What to Bring
You might take the PTE Academic Test if you need to demonstrate English proficiency, whether for university admissions or to secure a visa. Check out this article to find out how you can register for this test and what you'll need to bring to the test center.
3. How to Be Ready for Test Day
Don't let poor preparation on test day undo all the work you did to get ready for the test. In this lesson, you'll learn some strategies for the big day from a master of time management.
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