How to Analyze your PTE Academic Scores?

How to Analyze Your PTE Scores

The PTE Academic scores are given online. Furthermore, can be gotten to from your PTE Academic student account. To start with, you will get an email within five working days with guidelines on getting to the outcomes online. From that point forward, you need to adhere to the directions to sign in to your Pearson account. Results are typically accessible online within five working days from the test date.

You can impart your outcomes to your preferred schools and colleges through your Pearson account.

After the culmination of your PTE Academic test, you will get PTE Academic scores for every one of the aptitude segments on a band scope of 10 – 90. Alongside that, you will likewise get a general score.

Below is the PTE Academic Score description to comprehend what does each scope of score implies –

PTE Academic ScoreDescription
Above 85Easily understand everything heard or read virtually. After that summarizes all information from different written and spoken sources, accounts, and reconstructing arguments in a presentation. Can express him/herself fluently and precisely, explaining the meanings of more complex situations.
76 – 84Can understand numerous long texts, demanding, and even recognize implicit meaning. Express him/herself spontaneously and fluently without searching for expressions. Can use language effectively and flexibly for academic social, and professional reasons. 
59 – 75Able to understand the main ideas of complex text on both abstract and concrete topics, that includes technical discussions in his/her field of specialization. Can communicate with less oral fluency that makes regular interaction easy for either person.
51 – 58Has sufficient command over the language to deal with most common situations, but will often make mistakes. Can deal with standard spoken. Can exchange factual information within his/her field with little confidence. Can transfer information.
43 – 58Is able to understand the main points on familiar matters regularly encountered in school, work, leisure, etc. Can also deal with common situations that are likely to arise in an area where the spoken language is used.  
30 – 42Able to understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance. Can also communicate in simple language.
10 – 29Is able to understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases. Can introduce him/herself and others and can also ask and answer questions related to personal details. Can interact in a simple way if the other person talks clearly, slowly, and is ready to help.  


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