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PTE Coaching Classes:

International English Language Testing System coaching helps to improvise skills to attempt a test that is highly recommended for international education and migration. PTE Coaching aids to enhance communicative skills in the English language. It also guides one to upgrade their abilities to read, listen, write, and speak in better English.

PTE coaching also assists an individual to understand the formal use of a language in the daily tasks. If a candidate takes the coaching on a regular basis at the PTE coaching center, accomplishes all the assigned tasks, follows the guidelines provided by the trainer then, one shall ace the required scores in the test.

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Online coaching gives flexibility to the student for attending the class from any place if they have internet service. It helps students to avoid the hassle of traveling and can maintain social distancing. Online studies are organized to prepare a candidate for the exam at a precise time. It is also easy to manage the time if one can join the class on a click with less paperwork, materials can also be shared on emails. It also saves the valuable time of a candidate.

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What is PTE?

The Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) is a computer-based English language proficiency test reliable by universities, colleges and governments around the world.

It offers applicants the quick, impartial and most adjustable method of demonstrating their English language expertise for studying or migrating abroad.

Who should apply for it?

All those who are planning to study (i.e., Undergraduate & Post Graduate Degree) in various countries as well as migrate to Australia. Applicants need to be above 16 years of age. The age group of 16-17 need to produce parental consent to appear in the exam.

PTE Vs IELTS:

One major benefit of choosing PTE is that it is based upon Artificial Intelligence. It is unbiased “Unprejudiced marking”. It provides flexible testing and fast results “Workable measuring & quick outcome”.

It also gives an opportunity to send your scores to institutions unlimited times for free.

Major disadvantage of IELTS is that it is a paper based exam. It is mandatory to have a readable handwriting to get a better score.

The speaking part of the IELTS exam consists of one-on-one conversation which might make some candidates tense. This can lead to reduction of the score.

IELTS is a two-part exam. The listening, reading, and writing modules of the exam are conducted in one sitting while the speaking exam is taken on a separate day.

Types of PTE Tests:

Two Types:

  1. PTE Academic
  2. PTE Academic for UKVI

There is no difference between PTE Academic and PTE Academic UKVI in terms of test content and format. Instead, there are minor differences in the registration process to comply with UK Home Office requirements.

You have to take PTE Academic UKVI if:

  • You want to study below degree level (e.g. a Foundation program or professional English course)
  • You can take PTE Academic instead if:
  • You want to study at degree level or above

Facilities We Provide:

  • We provide Group coaching and Personal coaching for effective 5 days every week for a duration of 1 month + 1 month.
  • Weekend batches are also conducted.
  • After booking the exam date, candidates would be allowed an additional 15 sessions for query-solving.
  • Weekly full-length tests and individual section tests are allotted.
  • Free Material of a reliable resource is provided.

Students are examined in the following ways:

  • The PTE test checks the abilities in Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking – within 2.15 hours.
  • The Speaking, Writing, and Reading and Listening modules of all the PTE exams are conducted simultaneously, time after time.
  • Before the Listening module starts, there will be 10 minutes of optional break for exam candidates.
  • The entire test is conducted within 2 hours and 30 minutes.
  • For a list of institutions: Click here

Exam Pattern:

Structure of PTE exam format
Speaking & Writing Reading Listening
(77 to 93 minutes) (32 to 40 minutes) (45 to 57 minutes)
Personal Information Fill in the blanks Summarize spoken text
Read aloud Multiple-choice
questions
Multiple-choice
questions
Repeat sentence Re-order paragraphs Fill the blanks
Describe image Fill in the blanks Highlight the correct summary
Re-tell lecture Multiple-choice
questions
Multiple-choice
questions
Answer short question Select missing word
Summarize written text Highlight incorrect words
Write an Essay 10 Minutes optional Break Write from dictation

Who accepts PTE?

PTE Academic is fully accepted by Australian and New Zealand Governments for all types of immigration as well as study visa applications. Many institutions around the world including UK, USA, Canada, and others are continuously increasing their span to grow their PTE academic recognition, thus providing good opportunities to study abroad.

Australia PTE academic is fully accepted by all Australian universities and state government bodies for all types of student and migration visas.
Are you planning to study in Australia?
PTE Academic is the fastest way to prove your English eligibility as part of the Australian visa process. The minimum band Score requirement depends on the institution and the course you select. You have more than 1200 Australian institutions and over 23,000 syllabuses to choose from. You will get your result as a TRF scorecard within 5 working days.
Are you planning to migrate to Australia with a valid immigration visa?
PTE Academic is accepted by the Department of Home Affairs (DHA, Australia) for all visa types as proof of English language proficiency grade. Band score requirements may vary according to the relevant visa types.
New Zealand PTE academic is fully accepted by all New Zealand universities and state government bodies for all types of student and migration visas.
All academic institutes including Colleges, universities, Polytechnics and Technological engineering institutes along with a large number of professional programs and training centers accept PTE Academic as proof of English language proficiency score.
Canada PTE Academic is accepted by many institutions across Canada. Minimum eligibility criteria, however, may change depending on the criteria set by institutions. You may wish to check the criteria directly to the interested universities themselves. Mostly, the minimum acceptable overall PTE Academic score should not be less than 50 and not less than 42 in any of the four communicative skills (Listening, Speaking, Writing & Reading). List of Canadian institutes that accepts PTE results: https://www.transitabroad.com/canada-list-colleges-universities-accepting-pte
UK Indian Test takers can show their PTE academic for their English language eligibility for UK study and work visa applications. Recently at the end of 2019, Pearson has been awarded by UK home for its Secure English Language Tests (SELTs) to people who require to prove their English eligibility.
The SELT tests also put more emphasis on immigration requirements using the below tests.
PTE Academic (UKVI): Test to demonstrate four skills (Listening, Speaking, Writing, and Reading) of the English language for work and study visas.
PTE Home: Test to demonstrate two sets of skills (Speaking and Writing) of English language for family, settlement, or citizenship applications.
USA PTE Academic is accepted by thousands of academic programs in the USA. You can use your score to fast track your application for institutions like Yale University, NYU, Harvard University, Columbia University, and more. Each month more and more institutions start accepting PTE Academic scores. Do not forget to check directly with each institution for their score requirements.

You can choose to take the test in one of our more than 80 test centers in 33 states across the USA or in any of our +250 test centers around the world. With PTE Academic you can be sure that wherever you take the test our automated scoring you will get the fairest score.

Benefits of doing PTE

  1. Non-biased exam: There is no human interaction.
  2. Less tedious exam formalities
  3. Very fast result delivery
  4. Though both IELTS and PTE Academic have the same level of difficulties and fair assessments, it seems PTE Academic is easier in terms of getting a high scores.
  5. Exam dates are fairly available and conducted mostly on daily basis.

Score Calculation
PTE Academic is scored similarly as the Global Scale of English, a scale that presents a précised outline of your expertise. The Global Scale of English ranges with a variety of well-known exams and scales all over the globe.

Your scorecard has some parts:

  • Your personal information and photographs
  • Your exam registration identity and Score Card Code.
  • Your overall score
  • A complete analysis of your attempt

A SAMPLE SCORECARD PHOTOGRAPH HIDING NAME, D.O.B, EMAIL ID, REG. ID & TEST CENTRE ID FROM INSTITUTE’S DATA.

The PTE Academic Score Report has your overall score, communicative skills scores, and enabling skills scores.

The overall score indicates your complete English language capability. The score relies on an attempt on all questions in the exam. The range for the overall score is 10-90 points.

Scores for communicative skills (speaking, writing, reading & listening) are based on all test questions that evaluate these skills, either as a single skill or combining with other skills. The range for each communicative skill is 10-90 points.

Scores for enabling skills (grammar, spellings, vocabulary, pronunciation, oral fluency & written discourse) are based on all test questions that evaluate these skills, either as a single skill or combining with other skills. The range for each communicative skill is 10-90 points.

The presentation of these scores in a graph permits you to promptly have a look at your strength and weaknesses, and how each skill associates to your complete attempt.

PTE question types- Module wise

Speaking & Writing ( 77-93 Minutes)

  • In Part one; you will be assessed on your speaking and writing abilities.
  • The duration of this segment is 77-93 minutes.
  • To judge speaking, your skills will be checked by your capacity to yield verbal English in academic background.
  • The writing segment will need you to write answers n academic English using correct grammar and spellings.

Personal Introduction :

The personal introduction is a chance for you to give presents to your chosen institutions approx. details about yourself. You will get 25 seconds to prepare and 30 seconds to record your response. This item is not marked but will be shared along with your scorecard to the institutions chosen by you. You are allowed to respond only one time. You cannot pause or rerecord in between. Record audio including an introduction for 25 seconds (academic and immigration purpose separately)

Read Aloud: No of questions: 6-7 Weightage: 44.3

A passage is visible on the screen. Read the passage aloud. There are 6-7 tasks in this question type. You will have a display of a text that will be up to 60 words. You will get 30-40 seconds to be ready by going through. Time to reply differs by the item, relying upon the length of text. For this sort of item, you need to read a visible passage aloud. The recording status displays a countdown of 30 – 40 seconds to prepare, based upon the length of the text, until the microphone is activated.

After you hear the beep sound, you need to speak. Do not begin speaking before the microphone activates because your voice will not be recorded. One must speak with clarity. There is no need to hurry. Complete responding prior to the recording bar ends. The term ‘Recording’ changes to ‘Completed’. You can record the response just once. You can get a maximum of 3 points for the content spoken, a maximum of 5 points for oral fluency, and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.

Repeat Sentence: No of questions: 10-12 Weightage: 51.8

It is the second question type where after listening to an audio file of a sentence, you need to repeat the sentence. You will hear an audio file in between 3-9 seconds and are given 15 seconds to reply. For this sort of item, you need to repeat the audio you listen to. Speak into the microphone instantly (there is no short tone played) and repeat exactly what you heard. The audio begins to play automatically within a gap of 2 seconds.

Once the audio finishes, after 2 seconds, the microphone opens and the recording status box shows “Recording”. You should speak clearly. There is no need to hurry. Finish answering before the progress bar reaches the end. Once it ends the word “Recording” changes to “Completed”. For this item, you can get a maximum score of 3 for content, a maximum of 5 for oral fluency, and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.


Describe Image: No of questions: 6-7 Weightage: 22.2

The third question type will examine speaking skills by describing an image. There will be 6-7 questions. Here, an image appears on the screen. Describe the image in detail. You have 25 seconds to go through the image and prepare your answer. For this item, utilize the Erasable Notepad to make notes. After that, you hear a beep sound.

After the beep sound, start speaking instantly. You will have 40 seconds to reply and must complete answering before the progress bar reaches the end. In this item, you can receive a maximum of 5 points for content, a maximum of 5 points for oral fluency, and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.


Re-tell Lecture: No of questions: 3-4 Weightage: 20.9

The fourth question type, Re-tell Lecture, will test your speaking and listening skills. There are 3-4 questions in this item type. You will come across a lecture of maximum of 90 seconds and will have 40 seconds to respond. For this sort of item, one needs to re-tell what he/she heard. The lecture begins to play within 3 seconds on its own. At times, one may also see an image related/not-related to the audio. While the lecture is going on, one can write key points on the given erasable notepad.

After the audio ends, one has 10 seconds to prepare. To finish the task, in-depth, you will need to cover the circumstance, names, features, activities, and progress given in the audio. You can get a maximum score of 5 points on content, a maximum of 5 points on your oral fluency, and a maximum of 5 points for pronunciation.


Answer Short Question: No of questions: 10-12 Weightage: 9

The fifth question type, Answer Short Question, will examine speaking and listening skills. There are 10-12 questions in this item. Here, you will be given a duration of 3-9 seconds and will get 10 seconds to answer the question.

You will need to answer a short question with an understandable, easy, one word or a few words. This would not assess general knowledge; it will just check your command over vocabulary. You will get 1 point per correct response. No points are allotted for not answering or the wrong answers.


Summarize Written Text: No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 20.7

In the first question type in the writing segment, you will need to Summarize Written Text, which will assess writing and reading skills. You will see a text of up to 300 words and get 10 minutes to write your response. You will come across 2-3 of such questions relying on the collaboration of questions in the given exam. In this evaluation, you must attempt just one sentence.

Attempt utilizing the erasable Notepad to make notes of the key points. Be sure to have the key points of the text in a complete, single sentence of not more than 75 words. You can get a maximum score of 2 points for content, a maximum of 1 point for the formal requirements, a maximum of 2 points for grammar, and a maximum of 2 points for vocabulary.


Write an Essay: No of questions: 1-2 Weightage: 11.2

The last question type of the Speaking and Writing Test will assess writing skills. In this question type, you will be given 2-3 sentences of text and have 20 minutes to answer, by writing a 200-300 words argumentative response on a given topic. Time management is essential for this item as you will require aiming, writing, and proofreading your essay. In this question, there are many sections where you can get points.

You can get a maximum of 3 points for the content, a maximum of 2 points for the formal requirements, and a maximum of 2 points for development, structure, and coherence. You can also get a maximum score of 2 points for grammar, maximum of 2 points for general linguistic range, a maximum of 2 points for vocabulary range, and a maximum of 2 points for no spelling mistakes. There is a total of 15 points that you can get in this question type.


Reading (32 to 40 Minutes)


Reading Fill in the blanks (Drag and drop) No of questions: 4-5 Weightage: 14.8

There will be a passage of around 100 words with 3-4 blanks in it. You will be given around 5-8 options in a rectangle box to choose from. The correct answer to be picked and drop to the appropriate blank space. Mostly blanks will be based on grammar and collocated words.

Multiple choice multiple answer- Reading (MCQ-M) No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 3

There will be a passage of about 150 words. And test taker needs to tick multiple correct responses to the question asked. It tests your skill to analyze, interpret, and evaluate reading paragraphs on academic study. It tests your reading skills overall.

Tips: I would call MCQ questions a time traps. Invest only 1.5 to 2 minutes of time during answering this question. It has very low weightage in terms of scoring.

Note: This question type has a negative marking system. I.e. 2 correct & 1 incorrect answer lead you to give marks for only 1 correct answer. Similarly, 2 incorrect & 1 correct answer leads you to give 0 marks and not a negative one.

Reorder Paragraph: No of questions: 6-7 Weightage: 44.3

There will 5-6 sentences out of sync in the question box. Candidates need to restore them in original order by dragging them into the answer box one by one in a way that it actually makes sense.


Read & write Fill in the blanks (Dropdown Menu) No of questions: 5-6 Weightage: 44.3

There will be a passage of 3-4 lines with few blanks in it. Each blank box has a dropdown arrow with few options to select from. Choose the one that best matches your predictions. You will be assessed for your reading as well as writing for answering correct answers. It has a high scoring proportion so make sure you invest a good amount of time preparing and answering the same.

Tips: Invest more time in answering this question type as it has a high portion of marks in your overall reading and writing scores.


Multiple choice single answer- Reading (MCQ-S) No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 1.5

There will be a passage of about 100 words. And test taker needs to tick a single correct response to the question asked according to the paragraph. It tests your skill to analyze, interpret, and evaluate reading paragraphs on academic study. It tests your reading skills overall.

Tips: I would call MCQ questions a time traps. Invest only 1 to 2 minutes of time during answering this question. It has very low weightage in terms of scoring.

Listening (45 to 57 Minutes)

Summarize Spoken Text (SST) No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 25

There will be an audio lecture of approximately 45-90 seconds. It will be a description of some topics by a lecturer. Candidates will have 10 minutes including audio length to write down their response in a given dialogue box. The text length limit is 50-70 words.

Tips: Candidates need to take down notes or keywords in the given booklet. You need to practice taking down notes in plastic sheets with an erasable marker pen. You will get an A3 size spiral booklet of plastic lamination with 2 erasable marker pens.

Use the given 10 minutes of time as remaining time will not be carried forward to the next questions. Write down the appropriate answer and proofread it multiple times.

Multiple choice multiple answer- Listening (MCQ-M) No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 2.6

There will audio played for 45-50 seconds. The test taker needs to tick multiple correct responses to the question asked. It tests your skill to analyze, interpret, and evaluate listening understanding and academic study. It tests your listening skills overall.

Tips: You cannot go to the next question until the audio finishes. So it’s advisable that u listen to audio carefully without comparing it to the answer during playtime. After the audio finish, invest 1 minute of time during answering this question. It has very low weightage in terms of scoring.

Note: This question type has a negative marking system. I.e. 2 correct & 1 incorrect answer lead you to give marks for only 1 correct answer. Similarly, 2 incorrect & 1 correct answer leads you to give 0 marks and not a negative one.

Multiple choice single answer- Listening (MCQ-S) No of questions: 2-3
Weightage: 1.3

There will audio played for 45-50 seconds. The test taker needs to tick a single correct response to the question asked according to the paragraph. It tests your skill to analyze, interpret, and evaluate listening understanding and academic study. It tests your listening skills overall.

Tips: You cannot go to the next question until the audio finishes. So it’s advisable that u listen to audio carefully without comparing it to the answer during playtime. After the audio finish, invest 30-45 seconds of time during answering this question. It has very low weightage in terms of scoring.

Highlight Correct Summary No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 2.8

There will audio played for 45-50 seconds. The test taker will have to choose the correct paragraph that best suits the audio lecture.

Tips: Most of the content in the question options will be reflected in audio. But test taker needs to select which paragraph suits the most to the spoken content and select that.

You cannot go to the next question until the audio finishes. So it’s advisable that u listen to audio carefully without comparing it to the answer during playtime. After the audio finish, invest 1 to 1.5 minutes of time during answering this question. It has very low weightage in terms of scoring.

Select Missing Word No of questions: 2-3 Weightage: 1.3

There will audio played for 30-45 seconds. The last word of the audio will be replaced by a beep tone. The test taker needs to select the correct response from the given options.

Tips: You cannot go to the next question until the audio finishes. So it’s advisable that u listen to audio carefully. After the audio finish, invest 20-30 seconds of time during answering this question. It has very low weightage in terms of scoring.

Fill in the blank – ListeningNo of questions: 2-3Weightage: 14

There will be a passage of 100-150 words with a 4-5 blank box in it.  audio will speak exactly the same as the reading the paragraph. Test Taker needs to listen to the audio and fill up the correct word into the blank.

Tips: The test taker needs to concentrate and hover the mouse as the audio plays. No audio will be played twice during any of the exam questions. So be sure to concentrate on listening. You will be given plastic A3 size paper and a removable marker to note down anything during the entire exam.

Highlight incorrect wordNo of questions: 2-3Weightage: 16.7

There will be a passage of 100-150 words. Audio will play the text. But this time test taker needs to identify incorrect words from the paragraph by comparing it to the actual audio. The test taker needs to click once on the wrong word to select it. The second click may deselect the word if in case you wish to deselect. There may be 5-6 incorrect words overall.

Note: This question type has a negative marking system. I.e. 2 correct & 1 incorrect answer lead you to give marks for only 1 correct answer. Similarly, 2 incorrect & 1 correct answer leads you to give 0 marks and not a negative one.

Write from dictationNo of questions: 3-4Weightage: 46.5

Test takers will listen to one sentence. After listening to it, they have to write down the same sentence in the text box given below. It is eventually the same as Repeat Sentence except the response given should be in written form.

Tips: Practice this question type the most. It has the second-highest weightage. These question types comes last in your exam. Make sure you finish all other question types of listening with a spare time of 5-6 minutes so that it can be utilized well in answering these questions.

PTE Test Booking

  1. A valid form of ID: Passport only
  2. No Other IDs I.e. Driver’s License, Student ID, voter ID, or Aadhar card allowed.
  3. On the exam day, the test taker needs to carry a valid passport to the test center as proof of identification.
  4. The passport should have a valid end date and not expired at the time of the test date.
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