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English Proficiency Exams

There are many English language exams you can choose from. For instance, there are IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge exams, TOEIC, Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program, IELTS Academic, and Pearson Test of English (PTE).

Find out more about the ones that will help you to get into your dream school.



This abbreviation stands for The International English Language Testing System. It examines the language proficiency of non-native speakers.

Established in 1980, managed by the British Council. It became one of the most popular exams in the world. Universities worldwide accept this test.



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TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language. It is a standardized test measuring the English language knowledge of non-native speakers.

Over 700 institutions across Europe accept the TOEFL iBT scores. Sources say that 100% of universities in the U.K. accept these testing scores.

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Duolingo English Test is an online test for non-native speakers.

Some pros about this online-based test are that you can take it whenever you decide, is affordable, and the results arrive within two days.

The only not-very-positive thing is that you aren't eligible to look anywhere else during the 1-hour exam. 

Over 4,000 universities in the U.S. accept DET as your English proficiency demonstration. 

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When you choose your universities, pay attention to their language exam preferences. We highly recommend contacting your dream university, especially in the U.S. to determine which language exam is the best.

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