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GMAT - Graduate Management Admissions Test
This exam is required for admission into post graduate programs at top ranked B-Schools around the world. The GMAT, an online exam, started in 1953 by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) based in Virginia, USA. Its sections include verbal, quantitative, integrated resoning and the analytical writing assessment. Its scores can range anywhere between 200 to 800 but the top B-Schools require a score of 700 plus given the competitive profiles for admission.
GRE - Graduate Records Examination
This exam is for all the science and engineering graduates who wish to get admission into specialized masters at esteemed universities around the world. GRE was established in 1936 by the Carnegie Foundation but is now owned and administered by Educational Testing Service (ETS). It is both a computer based and a pen and paper test which includes verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing.
I.E.L.T.S. - International English Language Testing System
This is an English proficiency exam required to be taken by all prospective candidates, whose native language is not English, to apply for programs abroad or for immigration purposes. The IELTS exam has existed for more than 30 years which is managed by the British Council, IDP-IELTS Australia and Cambridge Assessment Exam. The examination consits of four sections which include listening, reading, writing and speaking which is scored from 0 - 9 bands in both the academic and general test varients.
PTE - Pearson Test of English
This is another English proficiency exam, introduced a few years ago in 2009, which is acceptable in most of the universities abroad for study and imiigration. It was launched by the Pearson Language Tests which is administered by Edexcel and endorsed by GMAC. The test consists of 3 sections namely, speaking & writing, reading, and listening. The range of the scores is from 10 to 90 points.
This exam is for undergraduate students, who have recently completed schooling and want to apply to either universities in the USA or top ranked institutions around the globe. The SAT exam is developed, published and owned by the College Board and administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The structure of the test includes a reading section, a writing & language section, and mathematics, one with a calculator and the other without one. The scores range from 800 to 1600 minus the Essay which is scored differently.