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PTE Academic is a computer-based academic English language test aimed at non-native English speakers wanting to study abroad. It tests Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
PTE (Pearson Test of English) test is done through software. It is online software that doesn’t work offline. It is the same as IELTS but in this everything will be done is through software only. This exam is accepted in multiple countries and many institutes abroad. So, if you want to move to abroad for any purpose- study or work then at that time PTE is eligible.
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In this software, your English will be measured how much you know so that you will not face any communication problem with the people of that country.
PTE is consists of four modules:-
PTE academic test evaluates both the writing and speaking abilities of an aspirant. Candidates are asked to repeat sentences, answer questions and summarise given paragraphs. The speaking section 1 contains a personal introduction part where the candidates have to introduce themselves within 30 seconds. However, this item is not scored, but it gives the candidates a chance to introduce themselves to the institute. On the computer screen the candidates can see a recording box and after a beep or tone, they are asked to speak immediately. Similarly, there are many other items such as repeating a sentence or describing an image seen on the screen.
|Item||Task||Skills assessed||Prompt length||Time to answer|
|Personal Introduction||The introduction is an opportunity for the students to give their selected institutions some information about themselves||Speaking||25 seconds to prepare to respond|
|30 seconds to record|
|A text appears on the screen. Read the text aloud.||Reading and Speaking||Text up to 60 words|
30-40 seconds to prepare
|varies by item, depending on the length of text|
|After listening to a recording of a sentence, repeat the sentence||Listening and Speaking||3-9 seconds||15 seconds|
|An image appears on the screen. Describe the image in detail.||Speaking||N/A||40 seconds|
|After listening to or watching a lecture, re-tell the lecture in your own words.||Listening and Speaking||up to 90 seconds||40 seconds|
|Answer short question||After listening to a question, answer with a single word or a few words.||Listening and Speaking||3-9 seconds||10 seconds|
|Summarize written text||After reading a text, write a one-sentence summary of the passage.||Reading and Writing||text up to 300 words||10 minutes|
|Write essay||Write a 200– 300-word essay on a given topic.||Writing||2-3 sentences||20 minutes|
Note- Candidates should note that apart from the Listening and Speaking sections, there is also a summary section (given in the table) where candidates are allotted 10 minutes, in which they have to read a paragraph and answer the questions. Students have to type the answers, though there are options to cut, copy or paste, in case they think it is necessary/worthwhile to do so. Candidates also have to write an essay in this section to get examined for their writing ability (mentioned in the table).
The Reading section evaluates candidates’ reading skills. Test takers encounter a set of instructions to follow, after which they can answer accordingly.
|Item||Task||Skills assessed||Prompt length|
|Multiple-Choice, choose Single Answer||After reading a text, answer a multiple-choice question on the content or tone of the text by selecting one response||Reading||text up to 110 words|
|Multiple-Choice, choose Multiple Answers||After reading a text, answer a multiple-choice question on the content or tone of the text by selecting more than one response||Reading||text up to 300 words|
|Re-order Paragraphs||Several text boxes appear on the screen in a random order. Put the text boxes in the correct order||Reading||text up to 150 words|
|Reading: Fill in the blanks||A text appears on screen with several gaps. Drag words from the box below to fill the gaps||Reading||text up to 80 words|
|Reading and Writing: Fill in the blanks||A text appears on screen with several gaps. For this item type, candidates need to select the most appropriate words from a drop-down list to restore the text.||Reading and Writing||text up to 80 words|
The listening section consists of questions based on several audio clips. Part 3 comprises of questions that are completely based on audio or video clips. Candidates get to hear each audio or video clip only ONCE and are allowed to take notes to refer to.
|Item||Task||Skills assessed||Prompt length|
|Summarize spoken text||After listening to a recording, write a 50-70 word summary||Listening and Writing||60-90 seconds|
|Multiple Choice, choose multiple answers||After listening to a recording, answer a multiple-choice question on the content or tone of the recording by selecting more than one response||Listening||40-90 seconds|
|Fill in the blanks||A transcript of a recording appears on screen with several gaps. After listening to the recording, type the missing word in each gap||Listening and Writing||30-60 seconds|
|Highlight correct summary||After listening to a recording, select the paragraph that best summarizes the recording||Listening and Reading||30-90 seconds|
|Multiple Choice, choose single answer||After listening to a recording, answer a multiple-choice question on the content or tone of the recording by selecting one response||Listening||30-60 seconds|
|Select missing word||After listening to a recording, select the missing word that completes the recording from a list of options||Listening||20-70 seconds|
|Highlight incorrect words||The transcript of a recording appears o the screen. While listening to the recording, identify the words in the transcript that differ from what is said||Listening and Reading||15-50 seconds|
|Write from dictation||After listening to a recording of a sentence, type the sentence||Listening and Writing||3-5 seconds|
Candidates should note that apart from the Listening and Speaking sections, there is also a summary section (given in the table) where candidates are allotted 10 minutes, in which they have to read a paragraph and answer the questions. Students have to type the answers, though there are options to cut, copy or paste, in case they think it is necessary/worthwhile to do so. Candidates also have to write an essay in this section to get examined for their writing ability (mentioned in the table).
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