Top 8 entrance exams to study abroad


TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a exam that  measures how well you talk English. It is often needed to get into English-speaking universities, especially in the US.


If you want to apply to an MBA program at a business school, you'll probably need to take the GMAT(Graduate Management Admission Test). It tests your ability to analyze, write, use numbers, talk, and read.


The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for admission to many graduate programs in the United States and other countries. It examines your abilities in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing.


IELTS evaluates your English language proficiency and is widely accepted by colleges in the UK, Australia, Canada, and other English-speaking nations. It is similar to the TOEFL.


In the United States, the SAT(Scholastic Assessment Test) is commonly used for entry into college programs. Your ability to read and write mathematical proofs and arguments will be put to the test.


Similar to the SAT, the ACT(American College Testing) is also used for undergraduate admissions in the United States and measures skills in English, math, reading, and science.


The LSAT(Law School Admission Test) is necessary for admission to many law programs in the US and certain other countries if you're interested in attending law school.


If you want to study in Japan but don't speak Japanese very well, you might have to take the JLPT to show how well you know the language.

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