ISAT Preparation Course in Singapore
ISAT is the International Students Admissions Test developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). This test is mandatory for international students to apply for medicine, dentistry, and other health-related courses at various Australian universities. The graduates from these courses are eligible to practise in Singapore, as most Australian medical programmes are recognised by the Singapore Medical Council.
ISAT test is aptitude-based and is designed to assess a candidate’s intellectual skills and abilities. In a three-hour online multiple-choice test, the candidates are tested for critical reasoning and quantitative reasoning skills. The skills required to ace ISAT are not normally taught in schools as a subject matter, hence, it is helpful to set aside time for preparation by joining our online course in Singapore to get equipped with the required knowledge and skills.
ISAT Course Overview
This course begins with an overview of the format and components of the ISAT. After completing the introductory lesson, you will have a better understanding of the skills and knowledge points that you’ll need to master for the test.
A diagnostic test is also provided to help you gauge your current performance and identify any specific areas of concern. We recommend that you take the diagnostic test before moving on to the subsequent courses.
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This course will equip you with the necessary skills and techniques to help you score well with Critical Reasoning questions in the ISAT. You will begin with the fundamentals of reading comprehension such as identification of the main idea and evaluating arguments, and then move on to more advanced topics such as tone, attitude, and rhetorical devices.
Practice passages will be provided to enable you to practise your skills and gain familiarity with each of the different question types.
With over 20 lessons, this course will guide you through the skills and concepts that are tested in Quantitative Reasoning questions. You will review essential Algebraic and problem-solving concepts, including but not limited to: Speed and Rate, Probability, Exponents and Radicals, Inequalities. The course also covers Geometry, Data Interpretation and Statistics as well as Logic Puzzles.
Each lesson is followed by a set of practice questions, allowing you to immediately reinforce and apply what you have learned.
A full-length mock test will help you review the topics covered in the previous courses and see how well you do.
Each of the three mock tests contains two sections (Critical Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning) to help you prepare according to the format of the ISAT.
Each test can be attempted up to three times. If you are not prepared for any topic or question, you can review the lessons of the previous courses before reattempting the tests.
What You Can Expect
Interactive test modules
Put what you learn into practice with our interactive modules. You will have the opportunity to prep ISAT questions throughout and have multiple full-length mock tests at the end of the online course.
Community support and live Q&A session
We have forums and community spaces where you can ask questions and interact with other learners. We also hold monthly Q&A sessions for ISAT where you get to interact with a seasoned test preparation coach.
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Frequently Asked Questions About ISAT Preparation Courses
UCAT is the University Clinical Aptitude Test, a university entrance exam used in the selection process by universities in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand to select candidates for their medical and dental degree programmes.
As compared to ISAT, UCAT is a two-hour computer-based aptitude test that consists of five sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, Decision-Making and Situational Judgment. The main difference between ISAT and UCAT is that you can sit for ISAT at any time during schooling, whereas UCAT can only be taken in the final year of school and thereafter.
We also offer UCAT preparation courses and other test prep and admission courses to help you fare well in the exams.