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SAT Reasoning Test
Test-related questions

If you plan to apply to American universities and colleges, it is most likely required.  Check the school’s websites for more information. In Singapore, Singapore Management University requires SAT from its international applicants.

The SAT is administered seven times a year in the US: in October, November, December, January, March (or April), May, and June. In other countries, the SAT is offered on the same dates as in the United States except for the March (or April) date, which is not offered. To find out the current dates, please see SAT International Test Dates.

As of Dec 2013, the SAT Registration and Testing (nonrefundable) is US $51. Additional fees include International Processing Fee of US$ 40. The fee is payable online at the time of booking by credit card.

Fees are correct at the time of publishing, for more information about US services and fees, see SAT international Services & Fees.

You can take the SAT as many times as you like and choose the scores that you want to submit to colleges. In the absence of Score Choice, all of your scores will appear on the official results.

Candidates wishing to take the test may register online at the Collegeboard's website, by mail, or by telephone, at least three weeks before the test date.

There are about six test centres in Singapore:

  • Anglo Chinese Junior College
  • Anderson Junior College
  • St Francis Methodist School
  • Hwa Chong Institution College
  • Singapore Reg Language Centre
  • Starhub Centre

There are 3 sections. Math, Critical Reading and Writing, each on the scale of 200-800. The entire score is out of 2400.

  • The Math Section includes questions on algebra, arithmetic operations, geometry, probability and statistics. There are two kinds of questions: the multiple choice questions, which ask you to solve a problem and select the best possible answer, and the open questions, which ask you to solve the problem and write yo answer inside a grid on the answer sheet.
  • The Reading Section includes reading passages and sentence completions. Passage-based questions relate to short and long exerpts on social sciences, humanities, physical sciences, or personal narratives and test your comprehension of what is stated in or implied by the passage. Sentence completion questions test your vocabulary and understanding of sentence structure.
  • The Writing Section consists of a short essay and multiple-choice questions. The test begins with an essay question that ask you to present and support a point of view on a specific issue. The multiple-choice questions ask you to identify sentence errors, improve sentences and paragraphs. They test your ability to recognize or correct faults in grammar, usage and sentence structure as well as to revise sentences in the context of a paragraph or the entire essay.

Your scores can be seen online about three weeks after the test date. They will also reach you by mail within 6 weeks.

SAT is a paper and pencil test.

It consists of three major sections: Mathematics, Critical Reading and Writing. Each of them is divided into three sub-sections. Additionally, each SAT exam includes an extra 25-minute experimental sub-section that may be in any of the three major sections. It does not count toward your score. The extra subsection is used to try out new questions for future exams.

The total test time is 3 hours and 45 minutes. It includes a 25-minute essay, six 25-minute sections (mathematics, critical reading and writing), two 20-minute sections (mathematics and critical reading ) and a 10-minute multiple-choice writing section. There are also three short breaks during the testing.

The validity period of your SAT score is five years.

You can use the Score Choice option with Collegeboard (the SAT test administrators) to send a score of your choice on one test date for the SAT. You cannot mix sectional scores on different test dates. For example, if you scored higher on the verbal on one test date and higher on the math on another test date, you cannot mix those scores. You can only choose scores from a single test date.

There are a few universities that ask students not to use Score Choice. Usually, they say that they only consider the highest score, but in reality, of course they’re going to see all of them.

There is normally no minimum score requirement set by universities in the USA. This is because US universities, on the whole, endeavor to evaluate applications holistically, taking into account the resume, essays, recommendation letters, interview, socioeconomic background, etc.

However, many universities make publically available average SAT scores of their entering classes. Of course, the average depends on what you mean by “top schools”, we recommend that students aim for an SAT score above 2200 if they are looking to gain entrance into an Ivy League school.

Prepare so that you complete your first SAT attempt in Year 11 (JC 1). This way, it is not too late if you need to attempt the exam again (it is common to take the SAT two or three times).

However, taking the SAT when you are too young is not advisable. By studying in school and getting older, your mind develops, and your SAT score rises. This is why you do not want to take the SAT in Secondary 2, even though your score is valid for 5 years. By simply waiting and focusing on your school studies, your score will rise.

Give yourself a couple of months to study, but do not wait for too long as you might forget all of the things you learned from school which might help you on the exam.

If you use Score Choice, this has no impact. If you apply to a school that asks you not to use Score Choice, it will alert admissions officers if you have taken the test too many times. In general, taking the SAT two or three times is not an issue.

Check with the institutions you are applying to - in many cases, the TOEFL or IELTS can be waived if the applicant has taken a higher level English course, studied in an environment where English is the medium of instruction for at least 10 years, or reached a certain score on the SAT critical reading section.  If you are an American citizen, this is not required.

Each section of the SAT test is scored on a 200 to 800 point scale, for a possible total of 2400.

Raw scores are calculated for each section based on the number of correct or incorrect answers (1/4 point subtracted for incorrect multiple-choice answer, no point is subtracted for incorrect student-produced response in math section). The scores are then converted to a scaled score by a statistical process called equating.

Each essay is independently scored by two readers on a scale from 1 to 6. These readers' scores are combined to produce the 2-12 scale.

Test takers may request additional score reports for more than four recipients during refistration, or any report made outside of the registration period. Each is chargeable for a fee of US$ 11.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

Yes. We are so confident of the quality of our courses that we offer the highest score improvement guarantee in the market. If you do not see a significant improvement of at least 200 points, you can prepare again with us for free. We also do not burden you with tons of conditions, a norm in other schools. Our guarantee is simple and reasonable.

ICON+ offers up to three options to registered Full Prep, Advanced Prep and Focus Prep students who are unable to attend one or more days of class:

i) Students can repeat the missed class in another course.
ii) Students can view video tutorials on their e-learning program (available only for SAT, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and IELTS courses).
iii) Students can address their queries via email or phone.

ICON+’s international team of instructors are dedicated to your success.

  • They have completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so.
  • They have at least 5 years of instructional experience
  • They have achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching
  • They have a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We offer the widest range of prep solutions in the market: from small group coaching to highly customized courses.
  • We have a team of full time, highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • We provide students with up-to-date and proprietary study materials.
  • Students will have 24/7 access to their personalized online learning space, which contains a huge store of questions, mock tests and detailed progress reports.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!

Over the last 20 years, we have crafted a proven methodology that produces top-scoring students. 30% of our students score 2000 or more and 60% score between 1700 and 2000, which are well over worldwide averages.

Full Prep is the comprehensive coverage of all topics.  This is the course most students sign up for and are recommended for first-time test takers.

Focus Prep is for those who have already taken the SAT and see a large disparity in their math and critical reading scores.  The Focus Prep will only cover math or critical reading & writing.

The Personal Training course is best suited for those who are constantly busy and unable to attend a conventional training schedule.  If you require one on one help and need to build a course to suit your needs, this is the ideal course. 

SAT Subject Test
Test-related questions

SAT Subject Tests (formerly known as the Achievement or SAT II's) are high school–level tests, reflecting high school curricula. These tests indicate a student’s readiness to take college-level courses in specific subject areas. There are 20 SAT Subject Tests divided into five categories: English, history, mathematics, science and languages. Each test is a 60 minute multiple choice exam.

As of Dec 2013, Basic Subject Test Fee (per registration) is US$ 24.50. Additional fees include International Processing Fee (US$ 40),  Language with Listening Tests (US$ 24 per test), and all other Subject Tests (US$ 13 per test).

Fees are correct at the time of publishing, for more information about US services and fees, see SAT international Services & Fees.

SAT Subject Tests are generally offered six times a year. However, not all 20 tests are offered during every administration. Please visit www.collegeboard.org website to register and check on the next available subject test dates.

Selective colleges often want more test information than the SAT alone provides, so they require students to take Subject Tests. With so many students having essentially the same grades and SAT Reasoning scores, they are looking for additional information to help them figure out whom to admit.

No. Students can only take either one during the test day.

Yes. Each Subject Test is one hour in length and you can take one, two, or three Subject Tests on the same day (Maximum is 3 tests a day). Should students wish to take more than 3, they have to take the remaining test on the next available test date.

There are 20 Subject Tests across five general subject areas: history, mathematics, science, English and foreign languages. Some colleges specify the Subject Tests they require or recommend for admission, but most allow students to choose which tests to take.

See the list below to view the testing requirements of major colleges and universities that require or recommend as part of the admissions process. Alternatively, it will be best to check directly with the school.

(As of May 2013)

Institution

Tests

Other Info

Amherst College

2

 

Barnard College

2

 

Boston College

2

 

Boston University

2

 

Brown University

2

 

Bryn Mawr College

 

Test flexible policy, see website

California Institute of Technology

2

Science and Math 2 required

Carleton College

 

Recommended

Carnegie Mellon University

2

See website for additional details

Columbia University

2

See website for additional details

Cooper Union

 

Engineering: Math and science

Cornell University

2

Requirements vary by major

Dartmouth College

2

 

Davidson College

 

2 tests recommended

Duke University

2

 

Emory University

 

Recommended

Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering

2

Math and Science required

George Washington University

 

2 tests recommended

Georgetown University

 

3 tests strongly recommended

Harvard College

2

(Changed in 2010 from 3)

Harvey Mudd College

2

Math 2 plus one other test

Haverford College

2

 

Johns Hopkins University

 

3 tests strongly recommended

Lafayette College

 

Recommended

Lehigh University

 

Recommended for language majors

MIT

2

Math and Science required

McGill University

2

Varies by faculty

Middlebury College

 

Test flexible policy, see website

National University of Singapore 3 See website for more details

New York University

 

Test flexible policy, see website

Northwestern University

 

2 tests recommended

Oberlin College   2 tests recommended

Pomona College

2

 

Princeton University

2

 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute   2 tests required for law or medicine

Rice University

2

 

Stanford University


Recommended

Swarthmore College

2

 

Trinity College (CT)

2

 

Tufts University

2

 

University of California - all

 

Recommended, not required

University of Delaware   2 tests recommended
University of Georgia   Recommended, not required

University of Pennsylvania

2

 

University of Rochester   Recommended, not required

University of Southern California

 

Optional, but recommended

University of Toronto

2

Changed in 2011 from 3

University of Virginia

2

 

Vanderbilt University

 

2 tests recommended

Vassar College

2

 

Washington and Lee University


2 tests strongly recommended

Webb Institute 2 Math and Science required

Wellesley College

2

 

Wesleyan University

2

 

Williams College

2

 

Yale University

2

 

Note: For many schools, if an ACT score is submitted the SAT Subject Tests may not be required.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

For rescheduling of lessons, students are required to give ICON+ a minimum notice of 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, failing which would result in forfeiture of the lesson.

ICON+’s international team of professional instructors are dedicated to your preparation process. All ICON+ instructors have

  • completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so;
  • at least 5 years of instructional experience;
  • achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching; and
  • a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs.
  • We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
ACT
Test-related questions

ACT results are accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities in the US. However, please take note that sometimes even if you taken the ACT, you still need to take SAT subject tests. 

It is advisable for students to check with the individual colleges.

As of May 2013, the ACT test (No writing) fee is US$ 35; the ACT Plus Writing fee is US$ 49.50. It includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four college choices. The international testing fee (US$ 30) is added if the test is taken outside the US or Canada. The US$ 15.50 Writing Test fee is refundable, on written request if you are absent on test day or switch to the ACT (No Writing) before testing begins. 

For more information on additional fees and score services, see ACT fees and services.

The ACT is administered on six test dates within the United States, U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, and Canada—September, October, December, February, April, and June.

In other locations, the ACT is administered on all of the above dates except September (Singapore included). To check for current test dates, see ACT test dates.

Each of the four sections (English, Mathematics, Reading, Science) is scored on a scale ranging from 1 (low) to 36 (high). The Composite Score is the average of your four test scores, rounded to the nearest whole number, and also has a possible total of 36.

If you take the ACT Plus Writing test, you will receive ACT report scores with two additional scores: a Writing subscore and a Combined English/Writing score. Your essay will be scored by two readers, each giving it a rating from 1 (low) to 6 (high). The sum of those ratings is your Writing subscore, which is reported on a scale of 2 to 12 and presented with one of the reader's comments on your essay. The Combined English/Writing score is created by using a formula that weights the English Test score two-thirds and the Writing Test score one-third. It is reported on a 1-36 scale.

There are three test centres in Singapore:

  • Singapore American School (SAS)
  • US Education Information Centre (USEIC)
  • International Community School (ICS)

Most scores are available for online viewing within 2-3 weeks after each national or international test date. Scores for the ACT (No Writing) are normally reported within 3–8 weeks after the test date. If you take the ACT Plus Writing, scores will be reported only after all of your scores are available, including Writing, normally within 5–8 weeks after the test date.

You can take the ACT as many times as you want within a year. If you take the test more than once, you choose which test date results the colleges will receive. ACT sends scores only for the test date you select.

The ACT is an achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school. The SAT is more of an aptitude test, testing reasoning and verbal abilities.

The ACT has up to 5 components: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and an optional Writing Test. The SAT has only 3 components: Critical Reasoning, Mathematics, and a required Writing Test.

The College Board introduced a new version of the SAT in 2005, with a mandatory writing test. ACT continues to offer its well-established test, plus an optional writing test. You take the ACT Writing Test only if required by the college(s) you are applying to.

The SAT has a correction for guessing. That is, they deduct points for incorrect answers. The ACT is scored based on the number of correct answers with no penalty for guessing.

The ACT test is a paper-and-pencil test. The ACT (No Writing) consists of 215 multiple-choice questions in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. The ACT Plus Writing additionally includes one essay prompt. 

The ACT test takes approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes to complete, including a short break (or just over 4 hours if you are taking the ACT Plus Writing). It allots: 

  • 45 minutes for a 75-question English section, 
  • 60 minutes for a 60-question Mathematics section, 
  • 35 minutes for a 40-question Reading section, 
  • 35 minutes for  a 40-question Science section each, and 
  • 30 minutes for an optional Writing section.

The ACT consists of four sections (English, Mathematics, Reading and Science) and an optional Writing section.

  • The English section is a 75-question, 45-minute test that covers standard written English skills (punctuation, sentence structure, grammar and usage) and rhetorical skills (strategy, organization, style).
  • The Mathematics section is a 60-question, 60-minute test designed to measure the mathematical skills students have typically acquired in courses taken up to the beginning of grade 12.
  • The Reading section is a 40-question, 35-minute test that measures your reading comprehension. You're asked to read several passages and answer questions that show your understanding of what is directly stated or implied.
  • The Science section is a 40-question, 35-minute test that measures the interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills required in the natural sciences.
  • The Writing section is a 30-minute essay test that measures your writing skills emphasized in high school English classes and in entry-level college composition courses. The test consists of one prompt that defines an issue and describes two points of view on that issue. You are asked to respond to a question about your position on the stated issue.

The validity period of your ACT score may be valid up to 10 years, depending on the schools. However, ACT scores from more than five years ago may no longer be appropriate because they may not reflect your current level of educational development.

Candidates wishing to take the test outside the United States, U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, or Canada must register online, by establishing a free ACT Web account. After providing the information requested to create the account, click the "Register to Test" link and follow the instructions to complete the registration.

Test takers can request additional score reports to be sent to two more recipients before the test date. Each is chargeable for a fee of US$ 12.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

For rescheduling of lessons, students are required to give ICON+ a minimum notice of 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, failing which would result in forfeiture of the lesson.

ICON+’s international team of professional instructors are dedicated to your preparation process. All ICON+ instructors have

  • completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so;
  • at least 5 years of instructional experience;
  • achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching; and
  • a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs.
  • We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
ISAT
Test-related questions

ISAT stands for International Student Admissions Test. It is not a test of subject specific knowledge. Rather, it aims to assess a candidate's 'critical' and 'quantitative' reasoning skills.

ISAT is a mandatory requirement for international student applicants to the following courses:

  • Monash University, Melbourne - Undergraduate Medicine
  • Monash University, Melbourne - Undergraduate Physiotherapy
  • Monash University, Malaysian campus – Undergraduate Medicine
  • University of New South Wales (UNSW) - Undergraduate Medicine
  • University of Queensland - Undergraduate Medicine
  • University of Queensland - Undergraduate Dentistry
  • University of Sydney - Veterinary Science
  • University of Tasmania - Undergraduate Medicine (Faculty of Medicine link)
  • University of Tasmania - Undergraduate Medicine - 2 (International students link)
  • University of Western Australia (UWA) - International Student Pathway to graduate-entry Medicine & Dentistry
  • University of Western Sydney (UWS) - Undergraduate Medicine (Apply through the International Office)

ISAT is a 3 hour computer-based test.

It consists of Critical Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections, and comprises 100 multiple choice questions that are based on a stimulus (text, cartoon, graph, diagram, etc.). There may be up to five questions based on the same stimulus material.

As of 2 April 2013, candidates are not be permitted to sit the test again until 12 months after the last sitting.

The ISAT score scales are developed as a complex interaction between camdidate abilities and test item difficulties. ISAT results are reported as scaled scores between 100 and 200. Scores are reported for both subtests, ISAT-CR (Critical Reasoning) and ISAT-QR (Quantitative Reasoning). 

No marks are deducted for incorrect answers.

There are about eight test centres in Singapore:

  • NTUC Learning Hub
  • Comat Training Services Global
  • Knowledge Networks
  • New Horizons Computer Learning
  • Net Assist Avantus Training
  • Ingram Micro Asia

Requests for changes to the selected test session on your registration, or the withdrawal of your registration, must be made according to the following Deadline table:

Cancellation Deadline table: Region Prior Notice
USA, Canada 1 business day prior to test Before 7.00pm CST
Latin America 1 business day prior to test Before 1.00pm EST
Asia Pacific 1 busines day prior to test Before 12noon Sydney time
Europe, Middle East, Africa 2 business days prior to test Before 12noon local *RCC time
Japan 3 business days prior to test Before 5.00pm local *RCC time

*RCC = Regional Contact Centre

Bookings can be made online, up to 6 weeks in advance. Candidates wishing to take the test need to visit Prometric website, create a Prometric client account and schedule an appointment by selecting the most convenient test centre and date.

Yes, you are able to book a date further than 6 weeks ahead, providing it is within the ISAT test window (2nd April 2013- 15th February 2014). To do this, you should contact the Prometric Candidate Care line applicable to your region.

The registration fee for all ISAT sittings is US$ 300. Payment is made to Prometric by credit card at the time of registration.

There are NO set test dates for ISAT sittings, as we use a computer-based testing system. This offers great flexibility, allowing candidates to select from dates, times and locations that suit them best. You may enter the Prometric ISAT registration site and proceed with selecting preferred test centre locations to check dates and times, without committing to register.

You should expect to receive an email from the ISAT Office within one week of sitting your test. You will be granted an access code and a weblink, where you will be able to generate and print a Statement of Results for your records. A physical certified hardcopy of your results is not provided.

The ISAT Office at ACER will also provide your results to the universities of your preference.

Results are valid for two years.

UMAT
Test-related questions

UMAT: Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test.

It is designed to assess general attributes and abilities gained through prior experience and learning; specifically, the acquisition of skills in critical thinking and problem solving, understanding people and abstract non-verbal reasoning. These abilities are considered important to the study, and later practice, of professions in the health sciences.

For the list of universities that required UMAT, vist ACER's website.

UMAT is a 3 hour test consisting of 134 questions and there are no rest breaks.

The test consists of:

Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving

Understanding People

Non-verbal Reasoning
 

You should allow between 4 and 5 hours from the time of reporting to the test centre for all testing procedures to be completed. This time may be shorter in country centres with smaller candidate numbers. If you are to be collected after the test, make sure this information is passed on.

All UMAT questions are in multiple choice format with 4 or 5 response alternatives, from which you are asked to choose the most appropriate. Each question has only one correct response. Some questions are in written form and may present information in visual or tabular format while other questions are based entirely on visual material.

The UMAT2013 registration fee is AU$ 210.An overseas levy of AU$ 185 is payable in addition to the standard registration fee by all candidates who select a test centre outside Australia and New Zealand.

Registration fees may be paid by credit card or by Australia Post money order. Online payment may be made by AMEX, Diners Club, Mastercard or VISA.

UMAT test results are valid for one year only. UMAT scores can be used for admission to any of the UMAT Consortium universities only in the year following the test.

An online UMAT Statement of Results will be issued to every candidate in late September. The Statement of Results contains a score for each construct (Logical Reasoning and Problem Solving, Understanding People, and Non-verbal Reasoning) and an overall score. Candidates will also be provided with information on their overall percentile rank.

Candidates wishing to take the test need to register online on ACER plaform by creating an online account.The Admission Ticket (with the selected test centre’s address and reporting time) will be issued to registered candidates about two weeks before the test date.

All questions have the same value; therefore by attempting as many questions as possible you stand the best chance of maximising your score. No marks are deducted for a wrong answer.

The universities will set their own UMAT cut-off scores each year. These will be the minimum UMAT scores acceptable for consideration by the admissions committees and may vary from one university to another.

UMAT is offered once a year only. To find out the current date and the registration deadline, please see UMAT Registration.

UKCAT
Test-related questions

 The UK Clinical Aptitude Test is used in the selection process by a majority of UK Medical Schools.

The UKCAT is designed to be a test of aptitude and attitude, not academic achievement. It tests the candidates' mental abilities,attitudes and possible professional behaviour. The test is expected to start helping universities make more informed choices between medical and dental applicants.

All candidates intending to apply for entry to a relevant course in a UKCAT University in a particular year are required to sit the UKCAT by October of the preceding year. The requirement to take the test applies to all UK, EU and the majority of international applicants.

To check which university courses require UKCAT, see the list of UKCAT Universities.

If you are unsure whether you should take the test, please contact UKCAT directly.

The UKCAT is designed to be a test of aptitude rather than educational achievement. The standard test is in a multiple-choice format ans is delivered in just two hours. It consists of the following seperately-timed sections:

  • Verbal reasoning - assesses candidates' ability to think logically about written information and to arrive at a reasoned conclusion. It consists of 44 questions and takes 22 minutes.
  • Quantitative reasoning - assesses candidates' ability to solve numerical problems. It consists of 36 questions and takes 23 minutes.
  • Abstract reasoning - assesses candidates' ability to infer relationships from information by convergent and divergent thinking. It consists of 55 questions and takes 14 minutes.
  • Decision analysis - assesses candidates' ability to deal with various forms of information, to infer relationships, to make informed judgements, and to decide on an appropriate response, in situations of complexity and ambiguity. It consists of 28 questions and takes 34 minutes.
  • Situational judgement test - measures capacity to understand real world situations and to identify critical factorsand appropriate behaviour in dealing with them. It consists of 71 questions and takes 27 minutes.

There is also a longer version of the standard UKCAT, the UKCATSEN (Special Educational Needs), which is intended for candidates who require additional time due to a documented medical condition or disability.

There is no single date for sitting the UKCAT, but candidates wishing to apply in 2013 for entry to the participating universities in 2014 or deferred entry in 2014, are required to take the UKCAT before the 4th October 2013 deadline.

Each of the Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Decision Analysis sections is scored on a 300- to 900-point scale, for a possible total of 3600. Results for Confidence Ratings do not contribute to the Decision Analysis score and are not communicated to the universities to which you apply.

Within the Situational Judgement Test, full marks are awarded for a question if your response matches the correct answer and partial marks awarded if your response is close to the correct answer. Raw scores are then expressed in one of four bands, with band 1 being the highest and band 4 the lowest. 

There is no pass mark for the UKCAT. Universities consider the performance in the exam in conjunction with a number of other factors, so that no one element will determine whether or not an offer of a place can be made.

In Singapore, the UKCAT is administered by Pearson Professional Centers-Singapore at the following address:

International Plaza #30-03

10 Anson Road

Singapore 079903

Phone number: +65 6225 2027

The test fee varies between £65  - £100, depending on the test centre location and the time of the year. It is usually cheaper during the summer period.

In 2013, the cost of the test taken in the EU in summer (01/07 - 31/08) is £65, in autumn (01/09 - 04/10) is £80. Tests taken outside the EU cost £100.

The registration fee is payable online at the time of booking by major credit card (Visa, Mastercard or UK Visa debit card). The fee is always charged in GBP (pounds sterling). If you have a non-UK credit card, your credit card company will bill you according to its own rules for foreign transactions.

Candidates may cancel or reschedule their test, without charge, up to one clear day before their scheduled test date. A clear day does not include the day of the reschedule or the day of the test; for example for a test on a Friday, the last day to make any changes would be midnight on the preceding Wednesday. Where a candidate cancels their test within these deadlines they will receive a credit/debit card refund.

If the candidate cancels or reschedules later than this, the appointment will count as a 'no-show'. In this case a candidate wishing to reschedule their test would be required to pay a further fee for the rescheduled test. A candidate cancelling their test and not meeting the deadline would not receive a refund.

If you miss your test for any reason and have not rescheduled in time, you will have to book another test at your own expense. This applies in cases of illness, family emergency, accident, arrest, transport problems and security alert as well as forgetfulness and lateness. It also applies to those who arrive at the test centre with inadequate or invalid identification.

The UKCAT results are only valid for applications to universities in the year in which the test is taken. If your application to medical school is not successful and you re-apply the following year, you will be required to re-sit the UKCAT.

Candidates wishing to take the UKCAT need to register online by following the 'sign in' link at the top of the UKCAT website. After creating a web account candidates will be able to book the test. 

Candidates are strongly recommended to register and sit the UKCAT early to ensure places are available at a local centre. 

Test takers will be given a copy of their test result when they leave the test centre.

If you need any additional copies of your UKCAT score report, these will be available for a fee of £25 GBP. You can order additional copies of your score report by contacting Pearson VUE Customer Services.

After the UCAS application deadline has passed (15 October 2013), your test results will be provided directly to your chosen Universities in November. You do not need to pass your test result to your Universities yourself.

TOEFL iBT
Test-related questions

TOEFL evaluates the ability of an individual to use and understand English in an academic setting.

It  is often an admission requirement for non-native English speakers at many English-speaking colleges and universities. Also, it may be required by various institutions, licensing agencies, immigration departments and businesses.

Candidates wishing to take the test may register online at the ETS website, by mail, or by telephone. Registration closes seven days before the chosen test date; late registration closes three days before your test date (not including the day of the test). If you register by mail, make sure your registration form is received at least four  before your test date.

The test fee varies from country to country.  As of May 2013, the test fee in Singapore is S$ 230. The test fee includes one score report and up to four official score reports to the destinations (institutions or agencies) selected during registration. ETS will send the official score reports directly to these destinations. 

To find out the test fee for your location as well as additional fees and payment methods, please visit TOEFL iBT Fees.

Test takers can take as many times as they wish to.

Test takers can view their test score online approximately two weeks after the test. Score reports will be sent by email or  mail to institutions or agencies two weeks after the test.

The TOEFL score is valid for two years.

Test takers can order additional score reports after the scores are available online, approximately two weeks after the test date.

Additional score is chargeable for a fee of US$18 per report. Scores are mailed approximately four to seven days after receipt of the request and payment.

There are usually a few test dates available in a month. Seats availability is based on first-come-first-served basis. For more information, see TOEFL iBT test dates.

The total score is 120. It is based on four scaled section scores: Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing (each on a scale of 0 to 30points). 

The Reading and Listening sections are scored by computer; your speaking and writing skills are evaluated by ETS-certified test scorers.

Test takers will be tested on listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and are asked to perform tasks that combine more than one skill.

The listening section consists of questions based on listening to lectures, classroom discussions and conversations. During the speaking section, test takers are asked to express an opinion on a familiar topic in response to a reading and listening tasks. The reading section consists of 3 or 4 passages from academic texts and comprehension questions. The writing section involves writing an essay response based on reading and listening tasks, and supporting an opinion in writing.

In Singapore, TOEFL is administred only via the Internet (hence the name IBT: Internet Based Test). Some countries still have PBT (Paper Based Test).

The test takes a total of about four and a half hours to complete.

  • Listening section consists of 34-51 questions and takes 60-90 minutes.
  • Reading section consists of 36-56 questions and takes 60-90 minutes. It is followed by a 10 minute break.
  • Speaking section consists of 6 tasks and takes 20 minutes.
  • Writing section consists of 2 tasks and takes 50 minutes.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

Yes. We are so confident of the quality of our courses that we offer the highest score improvement guarantee in the market. If you do not see a significant improvement of at least 20 points, you can prepare again with us for free. We also do not burden you with tons of conditions, a norm in other schools. Our guarantee is simple and reasonable.

ICON+ offers up to three options to registered Full Prep, Advanced Prep and Focus Prep students who are unable to attend one or more days of class:

i) Students can repeat the missed class in another course.
ii) Students can view video tutorials on their e-learning program (available only for SAT, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and IELTS courses).
iii) Students can address their queries via email or phone.

ICON+’s international team of instructors are dedicated to your success.

  • They have completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so.
  • They have at least 5 years of instructional experience
  • They have achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching
  • They have a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We offer the widest range of prep solutions in the market: from small group coaching to highly customized courses.
  • We have a team of full time, highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • We provide students with exclusive, up-to-date and proprietary study materials.
  • Students will have 24/7 access to their personalized online learning space, which is packed with hundreds of TOEFL questions, vocabulary, mock tests and detailed progress reports.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
TOEFL PBT
Test-related questions

Candidates wishing to take the paper-based TOEFL may either register online, or send the registration form by mail. For more information, please visit TOEFL PBT Registration.

As of May 2013, the TOEFL PBT test fee is US$160. ETS will provide a score report for you and up to four official score reports for the institutions or agencies you selected on test day.

For more information about additional fees, services and payment methods, please visit TOEFL PBT Fees.

There are six test dates in a year, in Jan, Mar, May, Aug, Oct and Nov. For more information, see TOEFL PBT test dates.

Scores will be mailed to you and the institutions you selected about 5 weeks after the test date. Allow 7–10 days for mail delivery in the United States and more time for other areas.

The TOEFL score is valid for two years after the test date.

The TOEFL PBT test is administered in a paper-based format. It is being phased out and is available in limited areas.

The test has 3 sections, plus one writing test. It allots:

  • 30-40 minutes for a Listening Section that consists of 3 parts (30 questions about short conversations, 8 questions about longer conversations and 12 questions about lectures or talks).
  • 25 minutes for Structure and Written Expression that has 15 sentence completion questions and 25 error identification questions.
  • 55 minutes for Reading Comprehension that consists of 50 questions related to reading passages.
  • 30 minutes for a Test of Written English that includes one essay topic.

There is no scheduled break.

Yes. You must take the Test of Written English if you are taking the TOEFL PBT. There is no additional charge for the TWE.

 Yes. Requests to send additional score reports can be made by phone or mail.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

ICON+’s diverse team of instructors are dedicated to your success.

  • They have completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so.
  • They have at least 5 years of instructional experience.
  • They have achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching.
  • They have a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as many reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs.
  • We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • We provide students with exclusive, up-to-date and proprietary study materials.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
IELTS
Test-related questions

IELTS is an International English Language Testing System which tests English language proficiency. There are two types of IELTS test: Academic or General Training. Test takers can choose either, depending on whether they wish to study work or migrate.

The test fee is SG$ 320 for 2013 registration.

The Academic and General Training tests are the same cost.

The results will be issued and mailed out on the 13 days after the test. You will be given one copy of your test report form. Up to five copies of your Test Report Form will be posted to the relevant institution(s) you have listed on your IELTS application form. 

 Additional reports beyond these five can be requested from the Test Centre. Please note, an administration fee may be charged for additional reports.

There is no pass or fail in IELTS. Candidates are graded on their performance in the test, using scores from 1 (the lowest) to 9 (the highest) for each part of the test – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. The results from the four parts then produce an overall Band Score.

IELTS Listening and Reading papers contain 40 items and each correct item is awarded one mark; the maximum raw score a candidate can achieve on a paper is 40. Band scores ranging from Band 1 to Band 9 are awarded to candidates on the basis of their raw scores.

When marking the Writing sub-test, examiners award a band score for each of four criterion areas: Task Achievement (for Task 1), Task Response (for Task 2), Coherence and Cohesion, Lexical Resource and Grammatical Range and Accuracy. The four criteria are equally weighted.

When marking the Speaking sub-test, examiners award a band score for each of four criterion areas: Fluency and Coherence, Lexical Resource, Grammatical Range and Accuracy and Pronunciation. The four criteria are equally weighted.

The Academic and General Training papers are graded to the same scale.

IELTS has four parts – Listening (30 minutes), Reading (60 minutes), Writing (60 minutes) and Speaking (11–14 minutes). The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes. The Listening, Reading and Writing tests are done in one sitting on the same day. There are no breaks between the three written tests. The speaking test may take up to seven days before or after the other three tests.

Listening section consists of 40 questions related to four recorded monologues and conversations of increasing difficulty. The Listening test is the same for both Academic and General Training tests.

Academic reading section consists of three texts followed by 13 or 14 questions for a total of 40 questions overall. General reading section also has three sub-sections, but the texts are shorter, so there can be up to 5 texts to read.

A variety of questions is used, chosen from the following types: multiple choice, identifying information, identifying writer’s views/claims, matching information, matching headings, matching features, matching sentence endings, sentence completion, summary completion, note completion, table completion, flow-chart completion, diagram label completion, short-answer questions.

The Writing test has two writing tasks of 150 words and 250 words. In Academic Writing, in Task 1 candidates are asked to describe some visual information (graph/table/chart/diagram), and to present the description in their own words; in Task 2 candidates are presented with a point of view or argument or problem. In General Training Writing, in Task 1, candidates are asked to respond to a situation, by writing a letter for example, requesting information or explaining a situation; in Task 2, candidates write an essay in response to a point of view, argument or problem.

The Speaking test is a discussion with a certified Examiner. It consists of three parts. In Part 1, you answer questions about yourself and your family. In Part 2, you speak about a topic. In Part 3, you have a longer discussion on the topic. The Speaking test is the same for both Academic and General Training tests.

Academic Test– for institutions of higher education. The Academic format is, broadly speaking, for those who want to study in English-speaking universities or other institutions of higher education. Admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses is based on the result of the Academic test.

General Training – For school, work or migration. The General Training format focuses on basic survival skills in broad social and workplace contexts. It is typically for those who are going to English-speaking countries to do secondary education, work experience or training programs. People migrating to Australia, Canada and New Zealand must sit the General Training Test.

There are no restrictions on re-taking IELTS. If you do not get the result you wanted, you can register for another test as soon as you feel you are ready to do so.

The IELTS test score is valid for 2 years.

Candidates wishing to take the test will need to go to British Council or ICON+, the appointed Registration Centre for the British Council, to register. It is advisable for students to call the test centre to check for test availability before heading down to register.

You need to complete and sign the IELTS application form, make the payment, and submit it at the test centre together with two identical passport-sized colour photographs and a photocopy of your current passport. If you want to send the form by mail, please talk to your centre about the method of payment.

GMAT
Test-related questions

GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admissions Test. It is a computer-adaptive standardized test in mathematics and the English language for measuring aptitude to succeed academically in graduate business studies.

Business schools use the test as a criterion for admission into graduate business administration programs (e.g. MBA, Master of Accountancy, etc.) principally in the United States, but also in other English-speaking countries (Singapore included).

It will be best for students to check with the relevant universities whether or not a GMAT test score is required as part of the admission procedure.

The GMAT or Graduate Management Admission Test, as its name suggests, is for admission to management or business school while the GRE or Graduate Record Exam is for graduate school. In other means, GRE is for general graduate school other than business school.

In general, nearly all MBA program requires GMAT score. The PhD program in business school also accepts GRE score for admission, though all of them also accept GMAT scores.

If you are applying to top 50 business schools, you need to have a score of at least 600 or above. For top 10 MBA programs, an average score of 700 is required.

Total GMAT scores range from 200 to 800. The Verbal and Quantitative scores range from 0 to 60. Both scores are on a fixed scale and can be compared across all GMAT test administrations. The Verbal and Quantitative scores measure different constructs and cannot be compared to each other.

Your score will be calculated based upon the number of questions answered (it will decrease significantly with each unanswered question), a correct or incorrect answer you selected,and the level of difficulty and other statistical characteristics of each question.

The Analytical Writing Assessment is scored independently twice and then averaged. Scores for the AWA range from 0 to 6 in half-point intervals.

Writing scores are computed separately from the multiple-choice scores and have no effect on the Verbal, Quantitative, or Total scores. The AWA readers will consider the overall quality of your ideas about the argument presented, your overall ability to organize, develop, and express those ideas, the relevant supporting reasons and examples you used, and your ability to control the elements of standard written English.

Integrated Reasoning scores range from 1 to 8 in single-digit intervals. Like the AWA, the IR scores are computed separately from the Quantitative and Verbal sections and have no effect on the Total score.Most Integrated Reasoning questions require more than one

response. Because the questions are designed to test your ability to integrate data to solve complex problems, you must answer all responses to a question correctly to receive credit.

The GMAT score is valid for five years.

Signing up for the GMAT is the easiest part of your process. Registration can be done online at www.mba.com. Before you are able to register for the GMAT Test, you need to create an online account. It usually takes about 48 hours to get the account approved. Registration for the test date is on first-come-first-served basis. Tests are available daily. There are 6 available seats for each seating. Popular testing days fill up in advance, so if your schedule requires you to take the test on a certain day, be on top of it and sign up early.

While making the booking, you need to pay the fee with a major credit card.

The only opportunity that you will have to cancel your scores is at the test center. Immediately after you complete the test—but before you view your scores—you will have the option to cancel your scores. You cannot cancel your scores after they are displayed or reported to you. We do not recommend canceling a score unless you were tested under adverse circumstances, like illness. If you do poorly and still report your score, it is not the end of the world. An improvement between two test scores may be highly regarded by your school of choice. If you cancel, the cancellation is still reported to the schools.

There is technically no limit. You may take the GMAT exam once every 31 calendar days and no more than five times in a rolling 12-month period. If you score an 800 (full score) on the exam, you will be prohibited from testing for five years from your exam date.

However, we do not recommend taking the test more than three times. Taking the test many times may look bad. Plan on taking the test twice and reporting both scores (unless of course you do very well the first time). The admissions committee will take the best score of all your tests but will take a look at the history of the tests as well.

It is less common than you might think. Studies show that approximately 21% of the exams are taken by those who are retesting. Of those re-testers, it is uncommon that they take the test more than 3 times in a given year.

Regarding results, the average increase between tests is 30 points on the total score. It is not unheard of that scores can go down with repeat testing. Your increase will depend on how much preparation you do in between. If you prepare well enough, the odds are you won’t be compelled to retest!

GMAT Test is a Computer Adaptive Test. Questions in the Quantitative and Verbal sections are dynamically selected as you take the test; the multiple-choice questions will adjust to your ability level, and your test will be unique.

For each multiple-choice section of the GMAT exam, there is a large pool of potential questions ranging from a low to high level of difficulty. Each section of the test starts with a question of moderate difficulty. If you answer the first question correctly, the computer will usually give you a harder question. If you answer the first question incorrectly, your next question will be easier. This process will continue until you complete the section, at which point the computer will have an accurate assessment of your ability level in that subject area.
In a computer-adaptive test, only one question at a time is presented. Because the computer scores each question before selecting the next one, you may not skip, return to, or change your responses to previous questions.

There are 4 sections. The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) is the first section of the test. This is followed by the Integrated Reasoning section, then the Quantitative section, and the test concludes with the Verbal Ability section.

The Analytical Writing Assessment consists of one writing task— Analysis of an Argument. You are allowed 30 minutes to complete this section.

The Integrated Reasoning Section tests your critical reasoning and anaytical abilities via 12 prompts which contain a mixture of quantitative and verbal data. You are allowed 30 minutes to complete this section. It is followed by an optional break.

The Quantitative Section contains 37 multiple-choice questions of two question types—Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. You are allowed a maximum of 75 minutes to complete the entire section. It is followed by an optional break.

The Verbal Section contains 41 multiple choice questions of three question types—Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction. You are allowed a maximum of 75 minutes to complete the entire section.

The test takes around 4 hours. You are given two 5-minute breaks at scheduled intervals. It is important not to take more than 5 minutes during these breaks because you will be docked the amount of time you go over.

The test fee is US$ 250 worldwide.

There is a US$ 50 fee to reschedule the date, time, or location of a GMAT exam appointment if you reschedule your appointment at least seven full calendar days before the date and time of your original appointment. If you reschedule within seven calendar days of the date and time of your original appointment, you will be charged the full registration amount. The rescheduling fee is subject to change without notice.

Pacing is critical, as there is a severe penalty for not completing. Both the time and number of questions that remain in the section are displayed on the screen during the exam. There are 37 Quantitative questions and 41 Verbal questions. If a question is too time-consuming or if you don’t know the answer, make an educated guess by first eliminating the answers you know to be wrong.

On the day you take the GMAT, before you begin the exam, you may select up to five GMAT Programs to receive your Official Score Report. These recipients will receive the Official Score Report within 20 calendar days of your test. This service is covered by your registration fee. Once you have made your selections, you will not be able to change or delete them. The cost to send an Additional Score Report is US$ 28.

The GMAT test is administered year-round and on demand at test centers around the world. If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment to take the exam, your first step is to register for an mba.com account.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

Yes. We are so confident of the quality of our courses that we offer the highest score improvement guarantee in the market. If you do not see a significant improvement of at least 90 points, you can prepare again with us for free. We also do not burden you with tons of conditions, a norm in other schools. Our guarantee is simple and reasonable.

ICON+ offers up to three options to registered Full Prep, Advanced Prep and Focus Prep students who are unable to attend one or more days of class:

i) Students can repeat the missed class in another course.
ii) Students can view video tutorials on their e-learning program (available only for SAT, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL and IELTS courses).
iii) Students can address their queries via email or phone.

ICON+’s international team of instructors are dedicated to your success.

  • They have completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so.
  • They have at least 5 years of instructional experience
  • They have achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching
  • They have a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We offer the widest range of prep solutions in the market: from small group coaching to highly customized courses.
  • We have a team of full time, highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • We provide students with up-to-date and proprietary study materials.
  • Students will have 24/7 access to their personalized online learning space, which is packed with hundreds of GMAT questions, adaptive mock tests and detailed progress reports.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
     

Over the years, we have crafted a proven methodology that produces top-scoring students. 30% of our students score 700 or more, and 60% score between 600 and 690, which are well over the worldwide averages of 10% and 30% respectively.

Test Day questions

If you don’t feel well, you should not take the test. You should be healthy and prepared when you take the GMAT. It will be an ordeal to sit through a 4-hour test while you are not at your best. You may end up canceling the score anyway. So do not get hung up on the rescheduling fee (US$50 if you reschedule before 7 calendar days of the test date or you will lose the entire US$250 test fee). Your bad score might become an anchoring point later on hindering your progress and hurting your self-confidence. Meantime, a bad score gets reported to schools as all your scores in the last five years will be shown.

However, if you are sure that you can achieve a high score based on your prior practice tests, you should take the test even when you don’t feel well. That way you don’t waste the test fee and have a chance to experience the real test while having the option to cancel it at the end.

Yes. Make sure you find out in advance where the test center is, and get there at least 30 minutes early because there is a check-in procedure. If you are more than 15 minutes late, the test administrators may not let you take your test and your US$250 test fee could be forfeited.

You do not need to bring much to the test center. In fact, you will not be allowed to bring any of your personal belongings such as cell phones, backpacks, purses, or handbags into the testing room. If you do bring your belongings with you, you will be required to put them in a storage area such as a small locker. So just bring the essential items (including clothes) you need before, during and after the test in a bag with flexible surface. The test administrator will provide you with everything you need to take the test, including a pencil and scratch paper/erasable booklets.

The test centers are typically very small. Depending on their locations and relationships with Pearson Vue, they might be owned by Pearson VUE or just an affiliated one in the network. If they are the latter, they may administer other tests for non-Pearson VUE entities. Therefore the condition of the test center and your test center experience may vary.

There is a waiting area. Depending on the number of staff members on duty at the test center and the number of test takers waiting, your wait time may vary. Feel free to relax. If you want to continue to read notes or books while waiting, lock your belongings away in the locker first except for a book or some notes. When you get called, you can quickly go to your locker and lock the last item before proceeding. But please be quick, otherwise the staff may become impatient.

Your family or friends will not be permitted to wait for you at the test center while you are taking your test. They will also not be able to contact you while you are being tested.

You will take your GMAT at an individual computer workstation next to many other computer workstations in a testing room. Your computer workstation is similar to a basic small office cubicle. Please note that there will be audio/visual monitoring during the test.

There is no dress code. You should dress comfortably and possibly bring extra layers in case the room gets cold.

You will need to show the test administrator valid ID. Please prepare two to three valid IDs such as a passport, driver’s license, or a major credit card with your photo. That way in case one expires or somehow cannot be found at the test center, you are still good to go.

The administrator will also take your photograph, signature, and take your fingerprint digitally. You will be asked to agree to the GMAT Examination Testing Rules & Agreement. When you sign for the paperwork, please slow down and make your signature very legible and correspond to the full name on your ID. Otherwise you may be asked to re-sign your name multiple times which might affect your mood for the test later on. If you refuse to comply with any of these procedures, you may be asked to leave and forfeit your fee.

Not besides the scheduled breaks. If there is an emergency, raise your hand and the test administrator should let you leave; however the timer on your test will not stop. Be careful about leaving, because if you are gone too long or leave too many times, your test administrator may report you to Pearson VUE or GMAC. Note that you will need to provide your fingerprint at re-entry.

Yes, but not into the testing room. You can only eat, drink, or use tobacco during the scheduled breaks. If you need to smoke or go outside for any reason, be sure to alert the test administrator. Note that rules about leaving vary from center to center, so you should clearly understand those rules before making any decisions in order to avoid any problems. We recommend you bring some chocolates, power bars and water for two short five-minute breaks in order to maintain your momentum through the test.

You cannot use your cell phone or PDA during the test or on your break. We recommend you turn off any electronic devices stored in the locker. Please do not check your voicemail or emails during your break. You will be violating the test center rules and may be asked to leave immediately.

Usually, the start of the test will be delayed or will be rescheduled. If such action is not possible, you can choose either a full refund or to sign up for a different test date free of charge.

You will have to begin your test as soon as possible, but first you will have to agree to the GMAT Nondisclosure Agreement and General Terms of Use statement including that you will not use any non-permitted devices. You must agree to this statement, or risk not being allowed to complete the test and forfeiting your test fee.

You should raise your hand and tell the test administrator. You should not try and fix it yourself.

Based on the policies listed on the websites of GMAC®, Pearson VUE and ACT, if anything happens during the test that serves as an interruption or causes a mistiming, or if anything is out of the ordinary or deviates from normal testing procedure, GMAC and/or Pearson VUE will conduct an examination of the situation. One of those organizations will then decide if they should pursue disciplinary action including score cancellation. If any organization decides to take any action against an examinee or on behalf of one, the affected parties will have the option of A) take their test again at no additional charge, or receive a refund UNLESS that person is found to be the cause or source of the disruption. If you should opt to take the test again, you must take it in its entirety.

No, you cannot use a calculator or any other type of aid including laptops, PDA’s, translators, dictionaries etc.

Yes. There are many reasons for dismissal. These include providing false information or not providing it at all, bringing a test aid, not complying with an administrator’s reasonable requests, helping another test taker or letting them help you, tampering with the operation of the computer, and not following any rules or procedures.

You must write two essays for the Analytical Writing Section of the GMAT. If there is evidence of plagiarism, your scores can and will be cancelled. Please note that your essays become the property of GMAC.

After the test you will answer some questions about yourself and your plans for graduate school, and whether you would like to take part in various surveys or receive further information. Your answer choices to these questions may reflect information that you previously provided, earlier in the registration process.

GRE
Test-related questions

GRE stands for the Graduate Record Examinations. It is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools in the United States, in other English-speaking countries, and for English-taught graduate and business programs world-wide.

The GRE General Test measures verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills that are not related to any specific field of study.

You can register for the computer-based GRE test online, by phone, by mail or fax. For more information, visit GRE's website.

The test fee is US$ 185 worldwide. For more information on additional fees and services, see GRE Fees.

Prospective graduate and business school applicants from all around the world take the GRE test.

GRE test scores are used by admissions or fellowship panels to supplement undergraduate records and other qualifications for graduate study. The scores provide common measures for comparing the qualifications of applicants and aid in evaluating grades and recommendations.

The GRE test is offered year-round as a computer-based test in most locations around the world. Appointments are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. Register early to get your preferred test date and test location.

GRE is offered as a computer-based test and, in areas where computer-based testing is not available, as a paper-based test.

The test comprises three parts.

  • The Analytical Writing section with two tasks always comes first. The tasks are timed seperately (30-minute time limit for each task). This section measures your ability to sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion, articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively, support your ideas with relevant examples and examine claims and accompanying evidence.
  • The Verbal Reasoning sections measure your ability to analyze and draw conclusions from discourse, understand multiple levels of meaning, select important points and understand the meanings of sentences and entire texts. There is a time limit of 30 minutes and approximately 20 questions per section.
  • The Quantitative Reasoning sections measure your abilityto interpret and analyze quantitative information and use mathematical skills such as arithmetic, algebra, geometry, probability and statistics to solve problems. There is a time limit of 35 minutes and approximately 20 questions per section.

An unidentified unscored section that does not count toward a score may be included and may appear at any point in the test. Typically, it is either a Verbal Reasoning or Quantitative Reasoning section.

The Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning questions have a variety of formats: they may require you to select one answer choice, one or more answer choices, or they may require you to enter a numeric answer. You are not penalised for wrong answers.The sections are section-level adaptive, meaning that the first section of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures span a range of difficulty levels, from easy to difficult. The first section is assembled such that, overall, the first section is of average difficulty. The difficulty level of the second section of each of the measures depends on your performance on the first section.

The total testing time for the computer-based test is around three hours and 45 minutes (including the unscored section), plus short breaks (a 10-minure break follows the third section and there are one minute breaks between the other sections).

After completing the computer-based GRE revised General Test, you will see your unofficial scores for the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning measures at the test center. Because of the Analytical Writing essay scoring process, you will not be able to view your Analytical Writing score at the testing center. Your official scores will be mailed approximately 10–15 days after your test date.

Your test fee entitles you to request that scores be sent to four graduate institutions or fellowship sponsors. You will be asked to designate your score recipients at the test center. 

 GRE scores are valid for five years after the testing year in which you tested.

You may take the GRE no more than once in any calendar month.

If you repeat the test, your scores from the latest test date and the two most recent test administrations in the last five years will be reported to the institutions you designate as recipients. With the Score Select option, you can decide which test scores to send to the institutions you designate.

Three scores are reported on the GRE revised General Test:

  • A Verbal Reasoning score is reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments.
  • A Quantitative Reasoning score is reported on a 130–170 score scale, in 1-point increments.
  • An Analytical Writing score is reported on a 0–6 score level, in half-point increments.
LSAT
Test-related questions

Candidates wishing to take the test may register online at LSAC's website.

LSAT is administered four times each year at designated testing centers throughout the world. There are normally four test dates in Singapore: in June, October, December and February.

The test fee is US$ 165. For more information on additional fees and services, see LSAT Fees.

The test centre in Singapore is at US Education Information Centre (USEIC).

12 Prince Edward Road,

#01-03, Bestway Building,

Singapore 079212

Phone:+65 6223 4193

The test consists of five 35-minute sections of multiple-choice questions. Four of the five sections contribute to the test taker's score. The unscored section, commonly referred to as the variable section, typically is used to pretest new test questions or to preequate new test forms. The placement of this section will vary. A 35-minute writing sample is administered at the end of the test. LSAC does not score the writing sample, but copies of the writing sample are sent to all law schools to which you apply.

LSAT takers who have LSAC.org accounts will automatically receive their LSAT scores by e-mail approximately three weeks after the test day. This is the quickest way to obtain your LSAT score, and there is no additional charge. 

For those without online accounts, LSAC will send score reports by mail approximately four weeks after each test.

LSAT stands for the Law School Admission Test. It is a standardized test administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for prospective law school candidates. The test is an integral part of the law school admission process in the United States, Canada, and a growing number of other countries. It provides a standard measure of acquired reading and verbal reasoning skills that law schools can use as one of several factors in assessing applicants.

You may not take the LSAT more than three times in any two-year period. This policy applies even if you cancel your score or if your score is not otherwise reported.

The LSAT is designed to measure skills that are considered essential for success in law school: the reading and comprehension of complex texts with accuracy and insight; the organization and management of information and the ability to draw reasonable inferences from it; the ability to think critically; and the analysis and evaluation of the reasoning and arguments of others.

There are three multiple-choice question types in the LSAT:

  • Reading Comprehension Questions measure the ability to read, with understanding and insight, examples of lengthy and complex materials similar to those commonly encountered in law school. The Reading Comprehension section contains four sets of reading questions, each consisting of a selection of reading material, followed by five to eight questions that test reading and reasoning abilities.
  • Analytical Reasoning Questions measure the ability to understand a structure of relationships and to draw logical conclusions about that structure. You are asked to reason deductively from a set of statements and rules or principles that describe relationships among persons, things, or events. Analytical Reasoning questions reflect the kinds of complex analyses that a law student performs in the course of legal problem solving.

  • Logical Reasoning Questions assess the ability to analyze, critically evaluate, and complete arguments as they occur in ordinary language. Each Logical Reasoning question requires the test taker to read and comprehend a short passage, then answer a question about it. The questions are designed to assess a wide range of skills involved in thinking critically, with an emphasis on skills that are central to legal reasoning. These skills include drawing well-supported conclusions, reasoning by analogy, determining how additional evidence affects an argument, applying principles or rules, and identifying argument flaws.

LSAT scores are valid for 5 years.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

For rescheduling of lessons, students are required to give ICON+ a minimum notice of 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, failing which would result in forfeiture of the lesson.

ICON+’s international team of professional instructors are dedicated to your preparation process. All ICON+ instructors have

  • completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so;
  • at least 5 years of instructional experience;
  • achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching; and
  • a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs.
  • We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
LNAT
Test-related questions

LNAT or National Admission test for Law was developed by a consortium of UK universities as a fair way to assess  a candidate’s potential to study law at undergraduate level, regardless of their education or personal background.

The LNAT is a 2¼ hour test in two sections.

Section A consists of 42 multiple choice questions. The questions are based on 12 argumentative passages, with 3 or 4 multiple choice questions on each. Candidates are given 95 minutes to answer all of the questions.  

Candidates can review their answers at any time during the 95 minutes, but cannot return to the multiple choice section once they begin Section B.

Section B, candidates have 40 minutes to answer one of three essay questions on a range of subjects and demonstrate their ability to argue economically to a conclusion with a good command of written English.

Prior to sitting the LNAT, all candidates must complete the two step registration process using the Pearson VUE online registration system. Once your online account registration is complete and you have created an LNAT Profile, you will receive an email with details enabling you to book and pay for the test.

The fees are determined by the test centre location. It is GBP 50 at UK/EU test centres and 70 GBP at test centres outside the EU.

The test fee is payable online, at the time of booking a test, by major credit card (Visa, MC, Amex, JCB) or debit card (Visa only).

The fee is always charged in GBP (pounds sterling). If you have a non-UK credit card, your credit card company will bill you according to its own rules for foreign transactions.

If you are applying to study undergraduate law at the LNAT-participating universities you should aim to take the test as early in the academic year as possible for maximum choice of test venue and availability, and to meet admissions deadlines.

The LNAT must be taken in the UCAS year in which you are applying to university.

There is no fixed date on which the LNAT is held. Registration for and booking of LNAT tests for entry into university in September 2014 opens on 1 August 2013. Testing starts on 1 September 2013. For more information on current test dates, see LNAT Timescales and deadlines.

LNAT results are emailed to candidates twice a year (typically in February and July), with test dates determining the results date.

 

Following completion of the test, Pearson VUE will supply the candidate’s LNAT score and essay directly to those LNAT-participating universities which the candidate chooses (ticks) when registering for the LNAT.  The universities get the results in good time for their applications process and before the results are sent to the candidates. 

You may only sit the test once in the cycle, and results cannot be carried over from one year to the next. You are advised to consult the individual university’s websites to check these deadlines.

The LNAT must be taken by all applicants (UK, EU and overseas) to UK undergraduate law programmes at

The following non-UK universities also rely on the LNAT under certain conditions. Please check with the universities directly for details.

As well as taking the LNAT, you need to apply for your chosen programmes in the normal way. Sitting the LNAT does not constitute an application to any universities.

Candidates should not take the LNAT if applying to study law at non-LNAT-participating universities as they cannot access LNAT scores.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

For rescheduling of lessons, students are required to give ICON+ a minimum notice of 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, failing which would result in forfeiture of the lesson.

ICON+’s international team of professional instructors are dedicated to your preparation process. All ICON+ instructors have:  
  • completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so
  • at least 5 years of instructional experience
  • achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching
  • a proven record of producing high-scoring students.  

We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.

We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs. We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students. ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
MCAT
Test-related questions

Jan 30, 31
April 4, 18, 24
May 2, 22, 28
June 18
July 2, 17, 30, 31
August 5, 6, 14, 21, 25
Sept 3, 4, 10, 12

The test registration fee is US$225.

The test will be held at Prometric Test Centre located at Science Centre Road.

The four sections of the MCAT test result in a separate score each. The Physical Sciences, Verbal Reasoning and Biological Sciences Sections, each comprised of multiple-choice questions, are scored between a low 1 and a high of 15. The Writing Sample section consists of two essays. Each essay is scored twice on a scale of 1-6 and ultimately converted to an alphabetical scale.

Scores will be released approximately 30 days after each test date.

If you feel that your scores are low and do not accurately reflect your abilities, you may take the test again.

Schools use multiple sets of scores in several ways.

  • Some schools weigh all sets of score equally and weigh improvements.
  • Some consider only the most recent set of scores.
  • Some schools take the average of all sets of scores.
  • Some schools use the highest set of scores or the highest individual section scores.
Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

For rescheduling of lessons, students are required to give ICON+ a minimum notice of 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, failing which would result in forfeiture of the lesson.

ICON+’s international team of professional instructors are dedicated to your preparation process. All ICON+ instructors have

  • completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so;
  • at least 5 years of instructional experience;
  • achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching; and
  • a proven record of producing high-scoring students.
  • We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.
  • We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs.
  • We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.
  • ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!
BMAT
Test-related questions

 

Section 1 - Aptitude and Skills

Section

What does it test?

Questions

Timing

Aptitude and Skills

This section tests generic skills in problem solving, understanding argument and data analysis and inference

35 multiple choice or short answer questions

60 minutes

Section 2 - Scientific Knowledge and Applications

Section

What does it test?

Questions

Timing

Scientific Knowledge and Applications

This section tests a candidate’s ability to apply scientific knowledge normally encountered in non-specialist school science and maths courses, up to and including National Curriculum Key Stage 4.

BMAT Section 2 will always be based around the relevant version of the National Curriculum taken by the majority of the cohort.

27 multiple choice or short answer questions

30 minutes

Section 3 - Writing Task

Section

What does it test?

Questions

Timing

Writing Task

This section tests ability to select, develop and organise ideas and communicate them in writing in a concise and effective way

1 essay question from a choice of 4 questions

30 minutes

Any rough work should be done in the space provided on the Section 3 question paper.

 

Once a year and normally in November. Test dates will be available on the British Council website. Registration for test normally starts in August. After certain date, late registration fee will be imposed.

For regular registration, the exam fee is S$450.

For late registration, the exam fee is S$550.

British Council.  http://www.britishcouncil.org.sg/content/cambridge-admissions-tests
Students have to fill up the application form and egister by post or in person. Full examination fee is payable to complete the registration. 

BMAT results are only accepted by universities in the year candidates apply for university. E.g. candidates should sit the BMAT in November 2011 if they are applying to start university in 2012 or for a deferred place in 2013.

All candidates applying to the following institutions/courses are required to take BMAT:

The Royal Veterinary College
Imperial College London
University College London
University of Cambridge
University of Oxford

 

No. Calculators may not be used in the BMAT.

Each question, in Sections 1 and 2, is worth one mark. Total raw marks for each section are converted to the BMAT scale, which runs from 1 (low) - 9 (high). Scores are reported to one decimal place.

Typical BMAT candidates will score around 5.0, which equates to approximately half marks. The best candidates will score around 6.0, and a few exceptional candidates will score higher than 7.0. 

Section 3 essays are double marked. Each examiner gives a score for quality of content on the scale of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and a score for quality of written English on a scale of A, C, E. 

If the two marks for quality of content are the same, or occupy adjacent positions on the scale, the average of the two marks is reported. If the two marks for quality of written English are the same, or occupy adjacent positions on the scale, the scores are combined in the following way: AA = A, AC = B, CC = C, CE = D and EE = E. 

If there is a larger discrepancy in the marks, the essays are marked for a third time, and the final mark awarded is checked by the Senior Assessment Manager.

For example, an essay given a 4C by one examiner and 4A by the other will receive a final score of 4B; an essay given 3C by one examiner and 2C by the other will receive a mark of 2.5C.

 Payment can be made by cash, cheque (payable to “British Council”), credit card and NETS.

Yes. A refund of 70% will be considered on a case-by-case basis if supported by original certificate from a recognized medical practitioner. No refund will be given for any other reasons including clashes of dates with local examinations, personal and holiday arrangements.

About 3 weeks later. 

From 2009 paper results no longer be issued; candidates will be able to download their results by logging into the Cambridge Assessment online results extranet. Information about how to retrieve results will be provided to candidates at the time of the test. An explanation of the result will also be available to download.

Course-related questions

You can come to our centre personally or do the registration online. Registration is confirmed when payment is received. You can choose to pay by cash, NETS, Visa/Mastercard or cheque.

As the duration of our programs is short, a student pass is not necessary. Our international students have comfortably completed our programs using a tourist visa. If required, we will provide you with the necessary documentation needed for an extension of your visa.

For rescheduling of lessons, students are required to give ICON+ a minimum notice of 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson, failing which would result in forfeiture of the lesson.

ICON+’s international team of professional instructors are dedicated to your preparation process. All ICON+ instructors have 

  • completed a grueling Master Trainer Program that lasts over 200 hours; only one in five trainees will successfully do so;
  • at least 5 years of instructional experience;
  • achieved minimum 95th percentile in the test they are teaching; and
  • a proven record of producing high-scoring students.

We are not a franchise which may have differing standards or an inexperienced start up company with no track record. Our corporate partners and students believe that we are a serious company because we have the experience and resources to back any project, big or small. SMU, as well as other reputable universities, has appointed ICON+ as its official test prep centre.

We believe in customized solutions. No two students have the same needs.

We have a team of highly experienced and trained test prep specialists with a proven track record of producing top-scoring students.

ICON+ provides a full suite of value added services such as test registration, admissions consulting and many more!

TSA
Test-related questions

TSA stands for Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) helps universities to assess whether applicants have the skills and aptitudes that are considered essential for success in Higher Education.

There are TSA Cambridge, TSA Oxford, TSA UCL.

Cambridge and UCL: 90 minute test consisting of 50 multiple-choice questions (Problem Solving & Critical Thinking).

TSA Oxford, used by the University of Oxford, has an additional component which consists of a 30 minute writing task (one essay question from a choice of four).

All TSA Oxford entries must be made by the test centre administering the test. In Singapore, it will be British Council.

If you are registering for TSA Cambridge, the next TSA (University of Cambridge) sesion will take place during interviews for 2013 entry to University of Cambridge. Most applicants taking the TSA will take it at the College they have applied to.

If you are registering for TSA UCL, all rregistrations will be made by UCL. Students and Exam Officers cannot make entries for TSA - candidates need to be registered by the university.

Candidates applying for any of the following courses at the University of Oxford:

Economics and Management (LN12)

Experimental Psychology (C830)

Geography (L700)

Philosophy and Linguistics (VQ51)

Philosophy, Politics and Economics (L0V0)

Psychology and Linguistics (CQ81)

Psychology and Philosophy (CV85).

 

TSA Cambridge and TSA UCL will be used by the admissions tutors to identify candidates' suitability and potential for success. It is not subject-specific, so the scores can be used across a wide range of subjects. 

It is best to check with your admissions tutors if you are required to do the test.

 

 

The TSA  is a paper-based test. It consists of 50 multiple-choice questions in 90 minutes, testing problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

For TSA Oxford, it has an additonal writing consisting of:

Section 1: Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) - 90mins
Section 2: Writing Task - 30 mins

You can register over two month before the test. The test registration usually closes three weeks before the test-taking date.

TSA Oxford results will be released from 00.00 a.m. GMT on Tuesday 14 January 2014, via our Results Online System.

TSA Oxford results are only valid for applications to universities in the year in which the test is taken.

For TSA Cambridge and TSA UCL, it is recommeded to check with your College Admissions Officer as this varies from College to College.

The registration fee for TSA Oxford is SGD 280 (as of 2012).
For more information on fees, please check with your local provider for details.

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This is the most common question we get. While we cannot say for sure which universities will send you that much wanted acceptance letter, through careful review of your entire profile, including your school results, standardized test scores and extracurricular activities, our admissions consultants can recommend ‘reach’ and ‘safety’ schools. We can then help guide you in preparing the best possible application package for each university. Here are our students' success stories.

Yes, ICON+ will assist you with school selection and help you find the universities that meet your criteria.

ICON+ provides a full range of admissions consulting services, including strategy consultation sessions, essay review and guidance throughout the admissions process. Take a look at complete list of our services.

Yes, we help students apply to universities in the U.S., U.K., Australia and Canada.

We offer a 30 minute complimentary consultation session for all interested students. During the session we can answer your initial admissions questions and discuss how ICON+ can help you throughout the admissions process. Please call us at 6336 6551 or email admissions@icon-plus.com to set up a meeting!

Yes, an ICON+ consultant can meet with you, review your profile, including your SAT score, secondary school results and extracurricular activities and help find schools that are right for you.

Yes, we provide admissions consulting services for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Yes, occasionally we do offer promotions to students who sign up for both a test preparation course and the admission consulting services. Please contact us at info@icon-plus.com or call us at 6336 6551 for more information.

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