brings you the best way to digitally assess your reading, speaking, listening, and writing skills. The three-hour test session will help you evaluate your answers thoroughly so that that you can recognize the flaws and improve for the Final Exam. 

When you reach the secure Pearson test center on PTE test day, you’ll be assigned a computer and a headset. The PTE-Academic Exam is divided into four modules – Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening. While the Speaking and Writing modules are combined in one session, Listening and Reading are divided into two different sections. Ranging from MCQs to essay writing, reading out sentences to choosing the correct answer, there are twenty types of questions in all four formats.

The PTE test is based on real-life academic and general content. You will come across graphs, summaries, excerpts, and many more items that belong to things around you. The test also contains both native and non-native accents, much like what you hear in films, TV, and other real-life conversations from everyday life.

PTE Test Format

  • Personal Introduction
  • Read aloud
  • Repeat sentence
  • Describe image
  • Re-tell lecture
  • Answer short question
  • Summarize written text
  • Essay
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Re-order paragraphs
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Multiple choice questions
A ten minute break is optional
  • Summarize spoken text
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Fill the blanks
  • Highlight the correct summary
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Select missing word
  • Highlight incorrect words
  • Write from dictation