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Acing the Critical Reasoning Tasks on the ISAT

Critical Reasoning is one of the two aspects tested on ISAT— the 3-hour online examination for entry to med-schools in Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania. As described in the official website, Critical Reasoning (CR) “involves comprehending and analyzing information; understanding, applying and extending ideas; drawing

Four Steps to Demystify the TOEFL Integrated Writing Task

The TOEFL Writing Section consists of two tasks: one integrated and one independent. The latter one is nothing short of an ordinary essay that expresses and supports an opinion. The former involves first reading a text, then listening to a recording, and finally, writing a

The IELTS & TOEFL Writing Process

The writing sections of the IELTS and the TOEFL exam require a thorough understanding of the task or prompt. Not only that, a working technique is needed to ace the organization and development of your essay. One of them is recognizing the different stages of

Your LNAT FAQs Answered by the Experts!

Law affects our lives in many different ways—every store purchase, every vote, every signature is regulated by a complex and constantly evolving legislative system. If you too find yourself stimulated and interested in many such interesting aspects of the world we live in, law might

Acing the Medical School Interview

If you’ve been invited for an interview at your dream medical school, you should give yourself a pat on the back. It means that you have already made it through the first hurdle. However, even the most intelligent and eloquent student would feel some degree

Worried About How COVID-19 Would Affect Your Plans

COVID-19 is changing life as we know it. No longer do we go to sporting events with our families to cheer on favourite teams, hang out in bars hoping to meet the One or even shake hands with business connections.  But what ramifications does COVID-19

Five Tips to Improve Your TOEFL Listening Score!

The TOEFL Listening portion is a tricky one. You are required to listen to four to six lectures, which each have six questions, and two to three conversations, which each have five questions. It will take a total of 60 minutes for the shortened version

ACT Versus SAT: Popular Doesn’t Mean Better

Introduced to the U.S. in 1926, the Schorlastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is one of the most well-known standardised tests. Its rival test, the American College Testing (ACT), was introduced in 1959 as a competitor to the SAT. Both tests serve the same purpose as standard

All About BMAT Scores!

A lot goes behind the scenes after you have finished a test. Understanding the scores and everything related to them surely gives a clear picture and helps you better envision your goals. So, here are answers to some common questions related to the BMAT scoring
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