• Comparison between PTE and IELTS
    PTE Vs IELTS

    Comparison between PTE and IELTS

    Introduction PTE stands for ‘The Pearson Test of English’. It is a test that is meant to examine and certify the proficiency of English as a language for non-native English speakers. It was launched in the year 2009 by Pearson which makes it the latest entrant in the field of such English Proficiency tests. The test is accredited by QCA in association with UK’s largest examining body, Edexcel. In terms of utility, IELTS (The International English Language Testing System) is also just like the PTE. This test is also meant to examine and certify the proficiency of English as a language for non-native English speakers. It is a standardized test…

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    PTE 79+ Techniques

    How to Score 79+ in PTE Exam? Tested Method by 79Score.com

    Scoring in PTE seems to be easy these days, as there are ample materials and platforms available for preparation. However, scoring 79+ in the PTE exam is always a tough nut to crack. No matter how much you prepare with PTE mock test or prepare yourself with material available, but if you are not aware of the minute details, then it is really going to be a tough job. In order to target the 79+ score in the PTE exam, one should look into the 79score.com tested method in the PTE exam in one week. There are numerously tested and tried methods, tips, and tricks available online for achieving the desired…

  • Latest update on Pearson PTE platform
    PTE Pattern

    Latest update on Pearson PTE platform

    In a major platform update, Pearson PTE has launched some new features which all the users were waiting for so long. Some of the major latest updates in the Pearson PTE platform is the user interface and combination of the PTE practice platform. Here we will list down some major updates which are released today at Pearson PTE website and user account. For the first major update, Pearson has completely changed the design of their platform, which made it easy for the user to navigate through the account and check the result as well as the upcoming dates. Additionally, they have also added new features for the recording of your…

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    PTE 79+ Techniques,  PTE Speaking Tricks

    PTE-Speaking Read aloud Tips and Tricks

    PTE read aloud question type comes first in the exam for the speaking section. It consists of 6 questions during the real PTE exam. Looking at the question prompt type, all students feel easy at first. But, when it comes to the exam day it brings down your confidence when unfamiliar words are put to pronounce. First, let’s see what PTE read aloud question type demands on the exam day: You will have 30-40 seconds depending upon the passage to prepare for the recording. Once the time gets over, a beep sound will be played and you have to start audibly recording your voice. Don’t start speaking before the microphone…

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    79Score.com Platform advantages,  PTE Pattern

    How’s of PTE Test Pattern – Your comprehensive guide, by 79score.com

    Though exams give us jitters at times, they are staircases of our success. They bring us closer to our dreams and aspiration and help us to secure a bright future. One such exam is the PTE test, an English proficiency test that turns your dreams to study abroad into a reality. What is the PTE Exam? PTE or Pearson Test of English is a computer-based English proficiency test. Launched in the year 2009. The test certifies non-native English speakers to have the basic and advanced knowledge of the English language. The test is basically divided into four sections to test reading, writing, listening, and speaking ability of the aspirant. In…

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    PTE Writing Tips

    PTE Summarize Written Text

    PTE summarize written text is always been a notorious topic when it comes to the PTE writing section. Many times we come across the student, who always gets demotivated because of the Summarize written text. Summarizing 200 to 250 words passage into 70 to 75 words seems a tedious task and that too in 10 minutes. Phewwwww Stiff Mountain to climb isn’t it? Don’t worry, stay tills the end and you will feel like “A walk in the park”. Firstly, let’s look at the question of the prompt type that Pearson is asking from the test taker. Your response must be between 5 to 75 words so check the word…