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The TOEFL test measures the ability of non-native English speakers to communicate in English in an academic setting. It accurately measures how well students can read, listen, speak and write in English in the college or university classroom.

TOEFL testing takes place in more than 165 countries, and TOEFL scores are accepted by over 8,500 institutions and licensing agencies and immigration services around the world. More institutions accept TOEFL scores than any other English-language test, and over 27 million people have taken the test since it began in 1964. The TOEFL test is the one test that can take you anywhere.

Scoring well on the TOEFL® iBT means students can be eligible for admission to virtually any school in the world, including top colleges and universities in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.

IELTS is International English Language Testing System, a prerequisite test for admission into universities in many countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the USA.

It is also a criterion for immigration to Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

IELTS is jointly managed by

University of Cambridge (ESOL Examinations)
British Council
IDP Education Australia
IELTS assesses the language ability of candidates who need to study or work where English is the language of communication.

The GRE® revised General Test gives you the Power of Confidence so you can do your best.

Accepted by thousands of graduate and business schools worldwide, the GRE® revised General Test is the only graduate-level admissions test that lets you skip questions and go back, change your answers and have control to tackle the questions you want to answer first.

Plus, the test provides the ScoreSelect® option, which means you can take a GRE test now or again in the future, and only send schools your best set of scores. Best of all, you have five years to decide how to use any of your scores. Just knowing you have that option will help you feel more confident on test day.