[h2]How to get around Admission into an Australian University with or without SAT, TOEFL, GRE or GMAT (Universities that do not need it).[/h2]
There are certain prerequisite tests that are required in universities before one can be admitted in the school. What are these tests? SAT, TOEFL, GRE or GMAT. What happens if you can’t write these tests? There are certain universities that do not require some of these tests or sometimes replace them with something else.
Test of English as a foreign language (TOEFL, is done for students who come from countries that are non-English speaking or who do not speak English as a native language. It has more advantage than any other English Language test because it gives one more options of the universities to choose. The test is in four modules being writing, speaking, listening and reading. The maximum score is usually 120.
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a test that is conducted in order to test the ability of students to succeed in the business curriculum. It has three modules being Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Quantitative section and Verbal section. The maximum test score is 800.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is a reasoning test done for undergraduate programs. It tests the student’s skills in verbally, mathematics and reasoning skills as well. There are three categories being Critical Reading, Writing and Mathematics.
General test (GRE) does not concentrate on any specific field of study. It tests the critical thinking, quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, and analytical writing skills. It is important for graduate programs and is administered by Educational Testing Services (ETS). There are three sections being Verbal section, Quantitative section and AWA.
In Seattle University, SAT is not required but if one has the scores it enhances the application, but the TOEFL is really is important to the university or any English proficiency test which is usually International English Language Testing System (IELTS). They have exceptions like if the first year applicant finished high school in USA or Canada the requirement can be waived if the transcript does not have a course work on ESL and if the GPA is 2.75 or higher. This also includes transfer students from the US who meet the above criteria.
In Melbourne University, some of the tests that are required are TOEFL. SAT and GMAT are not required but they can be accepted even if they are not in their list.
Every university has different requirements and how to do them. A certain university can require a certain test while another does not and also certain courses can need less or no tests. What is important is that you know which school you are going to then get into the site and under courses, look for the requirements. The university sites will have information on what tests to do and how.
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