PTE exam Miles | The Pearson Language Test (PTE)
PTE Stands for Pearson test for English. PTE Academic is an English test taken by anyone from non-English-speaking country who wishes to study or work or seeking healthcare registration in an English-speaking country. As compared to IELTS, PTE feels simpler to prepare for, the test day is less stressful, and it feels like a more accurate measure of language ability – without an examiner's bias or impossible writing tasks.
Academically’s PTE exam miles is a blended innovative programme that helps you prepare for the Pearson Language Test (PTE), which measures the language proficiency of people who want to study or registration as healthcare professionals where English is used as a language of communication. It offers a programme that has the potential to help you get a band score of 7+ easily as you get trained by a PTE certified experienced trainer.
Through virtual classes, practice sessions, team tasks, English language games, and team projects, you will get the PTE band scale that you need to get admission to top institution or healthcare registration across Australia.
Our PTE preparation programme is the perfect solution for full- time working professionals as well as for students. Now you can get maximum result with minimum effort – a very
high band scale.
- Students 0 student
- Max Students100
- Duration4 week
- Skill levelall
- Re-take courseN/A
Module 1 & 2 - Speaking & Writing
It contains seven different question types. It is the longest section of the test. You will be tested on your speaking and writing skills, using English you might hear in an academic environment.
Module 3 - Reading
This part of the test is 29–30 minutes long and it contains five different question types. Because PTE Academic is an integrated skills test, one item type ('Reading and Writing: Fill in the blanks') also assesses writing skills.
Module 4 - Listening
This part of the test is 30–43 minutes long and it contains eight different question types. The questions are based on audio or video clips, which begin to play automatically. You hear each audio or video clip once. You are allowed to take notes.
Third and Fourth weeks