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Standardized tests are designed to test each individual objectively using the same questions and scoring rubrics irrespective of where they have been to school or what other exams they have been given. The objective is to come up with a common benchmark measurement which all educational facilities recognize.
It’s used in US to check student’s readiness for college (BS degree)
It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math. The SAT score for each section can range from 200 to 800, so maximum total score is 1600. The average score for each section is around 500, so the average total score is about 1100.
SAT II (SAT Subject Tests)
SAT Subject Tests are the only national admissions tests where you choose the tests that best showcase your achievements and interests and give an opportunity to focus on what makes you uniquely qualified to increase your chances of selection. Some colleges require or recommend one or more SAT Subject Tests as part of the application, especially in specific majors or program of study.
They provide an opportunity for you to demonstrate achievement in subject areas that are not as reliant on English language mastery, such as math, science, or foreign languages. If you speak another language or learned another language outside of the traditional high school classroom, SAT Subject Tests are an excellent opportunity for you to demonstrate your bilingual (or multilingual) skills. Some colleges will even allow you to fulfill foreign language competency requirements.
It’s a test for college admissions in US (for B.S level Degree. SAT is a competitor for ACT and most universities accept both scores. ACT assessment measures high school student’s capability to complete college-level work. ACT has multiple choice tests covering four sections: English, mathematics, reading, and science.
You’ll have 2 hours and 55 minutes to complete the subject tests (breaks are not included). There are 215 questions in all. Subject test scores range from 1 to 36. Only correct answers count towards the score. The four areas are then averaged together to come up with your overall/composite score.
The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is a test used in the selection process by a consortium of UK university Medical and Dental Schools. The test is designed to give information on the candidates’ cognitive abilities through four reasoning tests, with a fifth test, the situational judgment test testing attitudes and professional behavior. The test is used by universities to make more informed choices between medical and dental applicants.
International English Language Testing System. It’s very similar to TOEFL. It’s popular in UK, Australia & Canada. ( Academic ) It’s score is also used for immigration purposes in some countries.( General ) Timing for the Test : 2 hours 30 minutes. Score out of 9 for each section: Overall score averaged to total possible: 9.
Computer Based Test of English as a Foreign Language. Used to judge test taker’s English skills. Tests: Listening Reading Writing and Speaking, Timing for the test: 4 hours 30 minutes