|COUNTRY||SCHOOL ENTRANCE TEST|
|US||TOEFL, SSAT, ISEE|
|UK||TOEFL, UKiset, CAT4|
Students take the Cognitive Abilities Test (or CAT4) across the UK and Ireland between the ages of 6 and 17+. Whilst not all schools use this test, over 50% of UK secondary schools do. With various ages sitting the test, there are seven levels of difficulty:
Australian Education Assessment Services are the gateway to first class schools in Australia. The AEAS Test is more than an English language proficiency test. It includes English Language Proficiency (2 hours), Mathematical Reasoning Ability (30-45 minutes) and Non-Verbal General Ability (approx. 30 minutes). Testing takes approximately 3 hours.
The UK Independent Schools' Entry Test is an age-standardised test of a student's broad academic ability. It tests English, Mathematics and Reasoning, and is able to tell prospective schools and parents how the student compares with other students at UK independent schools. A large number of UK independent schools use the test as a first means of determining a student's suitability.
It stands for the Secondary School Admissions Test, and it's used for admission to private middle schools and high schools in United States
The Independent School Entrance Examination is an entrance exam used by many independent schools and magnet schools in the United States. The ISEE can be seen as a parallel to the SSAT.
It is an admission exercise for international students hoping to enter into Singapore mainstream primary or secondary schools. AEIS stands for 'Admissions Exercise for International Students' and is conducted typically in the month of February and end September each year.
International students who want to join primary schools run by the Ministry of Education (MOE) will have to take a Cambridge English Qualification (CEQ) test. The CEQ is an English language test by Cambridge Assessment English, which is a part of the University of Cambridge.
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