Why standardized tests?
In a world without boundaries, where education has become a global endeavor, it is not easy for a student to pick the right school as it is not easy for an admission panelist to pick the right student. Since selection based on a single parameter will be unfair and arbitrary, most schools and universities consider a variety of factors to select the right candidates. Selection parameters for most schools and universities include standardized tests such as GMAT™, GRE®, SAT®, TOEFL®, IELTS ®. As these tests do not fit in the scaffolds of traditional exams, most of the students are taken by surprise and fall short of their career and higher education goals. Only an increasingly keener test taker can outwit an increasingly smarter test maker.
Common standardized tests
GMAT™:The graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT™) is a standardized test designed to help admission officers to evaluate an applicant’s suitability to graduate business and management programs [More……]
GRE®: Graduate Record Examination (GRE® revised General Test) is a standardized test taken by prospective graduate and business school applicants. [More……]
SAT ®: The SAT reasoning test is a globally recognized college admission test. The SAT is offered seven times each year in the U.S. and six times internationally. [More……]
TOEFL®: Test of f English as a Foreign Language is a standardized test designed to measure English language proficiency of students who want to enroll in universities or professionals who want to practice or gain experience in an English-speaking country. . [More……]
IELTS®: International English Language Testing System is a standardized test designed to measure English language proficiency of students who want to enroll in universities or professionals who want to practice or gain experience in an English-speaking country. . [More……]
Career Guidance Programs
CRT: Campus recruitment is a program conducted by companies within the educational institutions to hire students directly from the campus. . [More……]