Peterson Test of English (PTE) Academic is also a leading Standardized English Proficiency test. It is also a computer-based test of English for study abroad and immigration. The people who want to visit UK and Australia for different purposes typically prefers PTE. However, it is also accepted worldwide and everyone can take its benefits.

PTE Academic assesses listening, reading, speaking and writing skills in a single three-hour online test session.

Accordingly,  we, GVA Education Consultancy, give our students the best training they need through different PTE Coaching strategies such as time management skills, mock tests, and problem-solving strategy Sessions.

Furthermore, PTE Academic assesses real-life academic content. The candidate hears a range of accents in the test, from British and American to non-native speakers, in order to be exposed to the type of accents that may be encountered in everyday life. There are other numerous benefits of taking PTE.

  1. Approved for all Australian and New Zealand student visa and migration applications.

  2. Accepted by an increasing number of professional associations around the world for registration and assessment.

  3. Based on the real-life English skills, test takers need to communicate effectively in their destination using academically relevant tasks and measuring skills in an integrated way.

  4. 100% computer-based marking ensures all test takers are scored impartially and accurately. To ensure test score validity all test centers use state-of-the-art digital biometrics incorporating palm-scanning, digital signatures, secure paperless results, randomized test formats, and CCTV.

  5. Results are typically available within five business days.

  6. Testing globally over 360 days of the year in over 200 test centers around the world.

  7. Test takers can send their scores to as many institutions as they like, without an additional fee.


Similar to IELTS and TOEFL, PTE test format also has reading, writing, listening, and speaking portions.

Part 1: Speaking & Writing
(77 – 93 minutes)

Part 2: Reading
(32 – 41 minutes)

Part 3: Listening
(45 – 57 minutes)

  • Personal introduction

  • Read Aloud

  • Repeat sentence

  • Describe image

  • Re-tell lecture

  • Answer short question

  • Summarize written text

  • Essay (20 mins)

  • Multiple choices, choose a single answer

  • Multiple choices, choose multiple answers

  • Re-order paragraphs

  • Reading: Fill in the blanks

  • Reading & writing: Fill in the blanks

  • Summarize spoken text

  • Multiple choices, choose multiple answers

  • Fill in the blanks

  • Highlight correct summary

  • Multiple choices, choose a single answer

  • Select missing word

  • Highlight incorrect words

  • Write from dictation



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