The PTE exam is one of the most trusted English language exams for aspirants who want to study or work abroad.
The objective of the PTE exam is to prove whether a student has the potential to migrate to another country or study in another country where English is the primary mode of communication.
This exam does not have an age criterion and can be taken by any non-native speaker irrespective of their qualification or age.
... Applicants below 16 years of age need to get a signature for parental consent from their parent or local guardian at the time of registration.
There is no limit on the number of times a student or aspirant can take this exam.
The exams just need to be taken with a gap of 5 days.
The full form of the PTE exam is the Pearson Test of English. The well-known exam is conducted by the PTE group and the exam is available to take around the clock and even at the last minute.
|PTE skills||Score Required||PR Points Scored|
|Vocational English||36||Not eligible|
|Functional English||30||Not eligible|
|Proficient English||65 to 79||10 points|
|Superior English||79||20 points|
|Competent English||59 to 65||No points but eligible for PR|
|30-42||Foundation Year Courses|
|43-58||Undergraduate Level Study|
|59-75||For Academic Education|
|76-84||For Australian skilled migration visas|
|85-90||Academic and work-related activities for all levels|