Standardized Tests:

In addition to the academic standing of the students, the American Universities would like to evaluate the students’ aptitude to pursue a rigorous undergraduate or graduate program. Those students whose native language is not English have to demonstrate a level of proficiency in English Language required to study in USA where English is the language of instruction.

Students who apply to U.S. universities have to take such of the following Tests as may be appropriate to their study objective:

TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language, , to be taken by all students whose native language is not English.

IELTS – International English Language Testing System

TSE (Test of Spoken English) and TWE (Test of Written English). The relevance of these tests is to be checked with the admission requirements stipulated by universities.

SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) – to be taken by applicants for undergraduate programs.

GRE - Graduate Record Examination – to be taken by all applicants for graduate programs, except those who wish to apply for graduate programs in Business Administration.

GMAT - Graduate Management Admission Test – to be taken by all applicants for graduate programs in Business Administration.

All these are computer adaptive tests, and for more information, contact the following links.



www.toefl.org - for Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL), Test of Spoken English TSE), Test of Written English (TWE)

www.collegeboard.org - for Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT)
www.gre.org - for Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
www.gmac.org - for Graduate Management Test (GMAT)
www.sharath.com - for comprehensive student-specific service to apply to a number of universities appropriate to the student’s academic achievements and educational goals with assurance of admissions.
www.canada-immigration.com - for immigration visas to Canada for permanent residence