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About PTE.

PTE stands for Pearson Test of English, which is a computer-based English language proficiency test used to evaluate the English language skills of non-native English speakers. The test is designed to measure an individual's ability to understand and use English in an academic and general setting.

PTE is accepted by thousands of universities and institutions worldwide, including in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. It is administered by Pearson, a multinational education company.

The test is divided into three sections: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The reading and writing sections evaluate the ability to understand and communicate in written English, while the listening and speaking sections evaluate the ability to understand and communicate in spoken English.

PTE scores range from 10 to 90, with a score of 65 or above typically required for admission to universities in English-speaking countries. However, the score requirement varies by institution and program.

PTE is designed to assess the language skills required for academic studies as well as daily life in an English-speaking country, making it an important tool for non-native English speakers who wish to pursue higher education, immigration, or professional opportunities in English-speaking countries. The test is also known for its fast scoring system, with results typically available within 24 to 48 hours of taking the test.

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