Wondering whether or not PTE will help to fetch a seat in your dream Canadian university or college? We have the answer.
PTE or Pearson Test of English is one of the most established ways to earn global exposure. Those who have a dream to get graduated from an overseas university or college of repute must consider PTE for goal fulfillment.
If you are aiming at a top-notch Canadian university or college then it’s time to rejoice as PTE is accepted by 90% of Canadian universities and colleges.
Yes, you read it right.
PTE is considered as a viable admission criteria by a range of educational institutes in Canada. This test is well-recognized by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada and can be widely used to meet the country’s study regulations for non-native speakers.
Seeing the viability of this test, more at more Canada-based educational institutes are accepting the PTE test. In 2020, 46 academic bodies include PTE in the admission process. As a result, the number of Canadian educational bodies accepting PTE scores becomes 194.
Acadia University, Brandon University, Canadian Beauty College, College of the Rookies, Douglas University, Lambton University, Niagara University, and Thompson Rivers University are some of the most famed Canadian universities that accept PTE score.
If you’re applying for a Bachelor course in Canada then make sure that:
You have scored a minimum of 50% in 12th grade and have scored above 58 in the PTE exam.
For post-graduation or master courses, candidates should have:
- Minimum of two years full-time work experience
- Passed the PTE exam with a minimum of 58 marks
- Studied Mathematics till 12th grade
- Passed the Bachelor course
Before you reach any conclusion, keep in mind that 58 is the standardized passing score for the PTE exam. However, this score is likely to get changed as per the colleges and universities’ requirements. Some even grant admission at a lower score. Hence, it is highly checked with the aimed college/university.