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Test Preparation

Our faculty consists mostly of high honors graduates of leading colleges and universities who specialize in providing professional individualized tutoring. Each year hundreds of thousands of students across the nation take standardized tests in consideration for Undergraduate and Graduate school admission. our proven techniques and strategies, and the training and excellence of our faculty, we are confident that our test prep courses can help you achieve your score improvement goals. Our philosophy is that if you know what to expect and the methods with which to approach the exam, your anxiety will be reduced, and you will be able to achieve your highest level of performance throughout the exam. All teachers score in the top percentiles of the test and demonstrated excellent test-taking abilities. We are dedicated to improving your performance!

The first step in developing better test-taking skills is to analyze your individual situation to decide exactly which areas need to be improved upon. In general, you should work to improve your study strategies and habits, learn to manage your time and organize your notes better, and look over your past tests and use those to learn where improvements may be needed. Be confident and prepared when you get ready to take the test.


The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, with over 3 million tests taken in the last year.
Trusted for excellence in English language learning

More than 10,000 organisations globally trust IELTS, so when you take the assessment you can be confident that it is recognised by educational institutions, employers, governments and professional bodies around the world.

Find out which organisations currently accept IELTS

How does IELTS work?

IELTS has been developed by some of the world’s leading language assessment experts and will test the full range of English skills needed for success in your new job or study placement abroad. You’ll be assessed on the following elements:

The test is designed to reflect the sort of language spoken every day in an English-speaking country and even covers variations such as British English, American and Australian English.

Part of the assessment is a real-life conversation that will allow you to communicate effectively with English speakers across the globe.

Choosing the right test

IELTS Academic
If you’re planning to attend university for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or you want to work with a professional organisation, you’ll need to take our IELTS Academic test.

IELTS General Training
For studying courses below degree level, work-related training or if you intend to emigrate to an English-speaking country, our IELTS General Training will provide you with the language skills you’ll need to participate fully in your country of choice.

Applying for a UK Visa
IELTS is accepted by the UK Government for UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) applications. Both IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training meet the requirements specified by the UK Home Office.

When using IELTS as part of a UKVI application, you’ll need to take the test in a secure IELTS test centre, which has been approved for this purpose by the UK Government.


Graduate Record Examinations is a standardized test taken by students who are applying to postgraduate courses in the US and in some other parts of the world. There are actually two GRE examinations: The General Test. The Subject Tests. When one talks of the GRE, one usually means the GRE General Test which is a test of verbal and quantitative reasoning skills and analytical writing.


If you are a international student looking to study in a university in an English speaking country, then you may need to take a TOEFL test. TOEFL is an acronym of the Test of English as a Foreign Language, which is the official name for the test. It assesses your ability to both speak and understand English by analysing your English ability in terms of reading, speaking, listening and writing. These are all skills which will be needed to carry out your academic studies and the test is used by institutions to ensure students are able to proceed and succeed on their chosen course in a country where the curriculum is taught in English.

The TOEFL test is usually conducted in the form of an online test, but if the test centre does not have an internet connection then a paper-based test can be offered.

Who needs to take a TOEFL test?
The TOEFL test has been taken by over 27 million people worldwide to ensure their English ability is adequate. The test is often taken by students who are planning to study at a university abroad and scholarship candidates, along with students and workers who are applying for visas and English-language learners tracking their English progress. Keep an eye out on the requirements for university courses, as it will be stated there whether you are required to take the TOEFL and the minimum grade required to apply for the course.

Why take a TOEFL test?
Educational institutions and governmental agencies in over 130 countries accept TOEFL scores when considering applications for certain positions or courses. As an admission requirement, you may find that some courses require a minimum TOEFL score which will allow you to proceed onto the course alongside the regular course requirements. Minimum score requirements can range between 61 and 100 depending on the institution and course.

The result you receive in your TOEFL test will only be valid for two years, after those two years they are no longer recorded, so if you’re looking to apply to study abroad after this time, you will have to sit the test again. It is important to ensure you take the test in time for your application if the result is part of the requirements; if you are only studying a course which lasts a year the same TOEFL results could be used to improve your opportunities for work in a foreign country also.


Originally, SAT stood for Scholastic Aptitude Test. When the test changed a few years ago, the official name was changed to Scholastic Assessment Test. In 1997, the testmakers announced that SAT no longer stands for anything, officially. SAT scores are quite significant for securing admission at undergraduate level. The SAT is a PBT (Paper Based Test).

The difference between the SAT I and SAT II?
SAT I is largely a test of verbal and math skills. True, you need to know some vocabulary and some formulas for the SAT I, but it’s designed to measure how well you read and think rather than what you know. The SAT II is very different. It’s designed to measure what you know about specific disciplines. Sure, critical reading and thinking skills play a part on these tests, but their main purpose is to determine exactly what you know about writing, math, history, chemistry, and so on.

The SAT I exam is a 3 hour 45 minute long exam that measures students’ critical reading, math , writing, and grammar skills. The SAT I is a test that has always placed test-taking skills above actual content knowledge. In other words, the SAT I is an aptitude test, not an achievement test. SAT I has three main sections namely Quantitative, Critical reading (or verbal) and Writing. Each of these main section has 3 subsections.

The SAT II is a set of more than 20 different tests focusing on specific disciplines such as Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, History and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Foreign Languages.

Banks to register SAT exam in Nepal

1. Nabil Bank
2. Kumari Bank
3. Nepal Investment Bank
4. Global IME Bank


Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test (CAT) intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA. The GMAT does not measure business knowledge or skill, nor does it measure intelligence. According to the test owning company, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the GMAT assesses analytical writing and problem- solving abilities, while also addressing data sufficiency, logic, and critical reasoning skills that it believes to be vital to real-world business and management success


GMAT Test Section # of Questions Question Types Timing
Analytical Writing Assessment 1 Topic Analysis of Argument 30 Minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 Questions Multi-Source Reasoning
Graphics Interpretation
Two-Part Analysis
Table Analysis
30 Minutes
Quantitative 37 Questions Data Sufficiency
Problem Solving
75 Minutes
Verbal 41 Questions Reading Comprehension
Critical Reasoning
Sentence Correction
75 Minutes
Total Exam Time     3hrs, 30 minutes


Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) is a national-level computer-based management entrance test conducted for admission to over 600 management schools across India. The test is conducted every year in the month of January.

Earlier CMAT used to be conducted on two days but from 2016 onwards, it is conducted on a single day in a single session.

Till 2018, CMAT was conducted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). CMAT 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), set up by the Government of India to conduct common entrance exams.

CMAT will be a three hour online test which is conducted in a single session to evaluate the candidate’s ability across various segments like

  • Quantitative Technique,
  • Logical Reasoning,
  • Language Comprehension,
  • General Awareness.

The CMAT Question paper will consist of Multiple Choice Questions from the above mentioned subjects, to be answered in stipulated time.

Minimum eligibility criteria for CMAT are:

  • The CMAT aspirant must have completed Graduation in any discipline or equivalent from a recognized university
  • Final year Graduation students (10+2+3) are also eligible to apply for CMAT, provided their results are declared before commencement of admission.
  • There’s no age limit for CMAT
  • There is no minimum cut off marks eligibility for CMAT
  • The candidate must be a citizen of India, as this exam is only for Indian candidates
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