Studying abroad is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and one must work hard to obtain it. It entails preparation for certain examinations that are required to guarantee your admission to a prominent university overseas. In addition, your preparation must include well-planned study schedules and strong academic performance.

Every stage of the process

Study abroad aspirants must train according to their unique preferences, and iSchoolConnect is aware of the need to study thoroughly for these exams. Hence, they offer customized exam preparation services to meet the requirements of each applicant.

iSchoolPrep by iSchoolConnect supports every student by helping them organize their study routines, create calendars, and mock tests to help them prepare for these exams.

Some of the exams you must take before enrolling in courses abroad!


The International English Language Testing System is an exam to determine a candidate’s proficiency in the English language. Universities and businesses in several nations, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K., and the USA, accept IELTS as a valid test score. The exam has four sections: speaking, writing, listening and reading.


The Graduate Management Admission Test is another exam you must take for studying abroad. Many English-speaking business schools require applicants to take the GMAT or Graduate Management Admissions Test. Especially if you plan to pursue a course on business or management, the GMAT is mandatory. The GMAT has three sections, namely essays, quantitative, and verbal.


The academic English language test PTE, or the Pearson Tests of English, is computer-based. Additionally, it contains tests for reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. A written paper and an interview are also part of this test.


Another exam to gauge a non-native speaker’s competency in English is the TOEFL, or Test of English as a Foreign Language. TOEFL comprises four sections, similar to IELTS, such as listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The results of this test are crucial for obtaining scholarships and awards in addition to university admissions. 


A comprehensive verbal and quantitative thinking test called the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is the gateway for entrance to undergraduate programs at U.S. institutions. 


The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) assesses potential graduate students. The GRE’s verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing parts include questions based on these three skills.

One-stop-shop for your study abroad test prep!

iSchoolPrep by iSchoolConnect understands that these examinations may be intimidating for students planning to study abroad. However, there is no need to worry! The best mentors and teachers will assist you in test preparation, selecting and understanding the test you must take, completing the necessary procedures, and ultimately achieving the highest possible scores on any difficulty you take.

iSchoolPrep mentors are knowledgeable and skilled in exams like the speaking tests in the IELTS or TOEFL, where you must be audible and intelligible in addition to speaking English fluently.