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Brianm93

Pearson’s English test overall score

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Hi everyone. I recently sat the Pearson’s English test, hoping to get at least proficient English (10 points) towards my visa application.

I scored:

listening - 78, reading - 65, speaking - 44, writing - 83

and gained an overall score of 65.

Does anyone know if this means I’ve scored enough for proficient English?
 

 

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Sorry mate.

There are plenty of paid and free resources to help prepare.

Out of interest, what did you do to prepare for your test?

 

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IELTS : 13/08/16: W8 S8 L9 R9. F2w ID Check/Rcvd: 15/08/16, 23/08/16 HCPC/SoR CoGS sent: 23/08/16. Skills Ax sent/Rcvd/granted: 30/08/16, 12/09/16, 10/10/16. AHPRA sent/AIP : 05/09/16, 28/12/16. EoI/invited: 20/1/17, 01/02/17. 189 submitted: 06/02/17, Caseworker: 23/02/17. Medicals: 31/03/17. Grant: 12/04/17. Child 101 submitted: 09/06/17. Granted: 06/07/17. Landed: 01/09/17.

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5 minutes ago, DukeNinja said:

See below image. Key terms being "for each"

Sorry mate.

There are plenty of paid and free resources to help prepare.

Out of interest, what did you do to prepare for your test?

 

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Ah that’s what I thought! Gutted, I’ll need to book it again. I used the e2 language website and YouTube tutorials. Looks like I’ll need to study the speaking and reading parts more.

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Ah that’s what I thought! Gutted, I’ll need to book it again. I used the e2 language website and YouTube tutorials. Looks like I’ll need to study the speaking and reading parts more.
Do Ielts. Pte is regarded difficult in soaking for native speakers

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Do Ielts. Pte is regarded difficult in soaking for native speakers
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Try and do plenty of practice tests. There are set criteria that you need to meet during the tests.

Might be worth familiarising yourself with them.


IELTS : 13/08/16: W8 S8 L9 R9. F2w ID Check/Rcvd: 15/08/16, 23/08/16 HCPC/SoR CoGS sent: 23/08/16. Skills Ax sent/Rcvd/granted: 30/08/16, 12/09/16, 10/10/16. AHPRA sent/AIP : 05/09/16, 28/12/16. EoI/invited: 20/1/17, 01/02/17. 189 submitted: 06/02/17, Caseworker: 23/02/17. Medicals: 31/03/17. Grant: 12/04/17. Child 101 submitted: 09/06/17. Granted: 06/07/17. Landed: 01/09/17.

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3 hours ago, Brianm93 said:

Ah that’s what I thought! Gutted, I’ll need to book it again. I used the e2 language website and YouTube tutorials. Looks like I’ll need to study the speaking and reading parts more.

Sorry to see that @Brianm93 At least you’re know what you are letting yourself in for the next time around and should pass fine. 


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5 hours ago, Brianm93 said:

Hi everyone. I recently sat the Pearson’s English test, hoping to get at least proficient English (10 points) towards my visa application.

I scored:

listening - 78, reading - 65, speaking - 44, writing - 83

and gained an overall score of 65.

Does anyone know if this means I’ve scored enough for proficient English?
 

 

I recommend going to Sonny English youtube channel. Helped me achieved my desired score. He breaks it down well.

Good Luck.

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E2 Language also helped me a lot with PTE. Try doing a mock exam too. 

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Yes, E2 was really helpful and just getting use to the format of the test helped to know what was coming on the day.

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