We help students with the following Entry Exams
Uniserv helps students with various international exams important to students aiming to join international universities at no extra cost to the student. We offer guidance on personal statements, filling UCAS forms, and online application for these exams. Learn more about:
Our official partnership and long partnership with the examining bodies makes us uniquely placed to help students to navigate this stage during the application process. Click here to apply to a university of your choice and enjoy our services and superior customer support for free.
PTE (Pearson Test for English)
PTE Academic is the world’s leading computer-based test of English for study abroad and immigration. Typically, PTE Academic results are available within five business days. Approved by the Australian Government for visa applications and accepted by thousands of institutions in the UK, Australia, USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland, including Harvard, Yale and INSEAD.
- PTE Academic is a fair test. Our highly accurate computer marking means consistent scores and no potential for examiner bias.
- PTE Academic is secure. Give universities confidence in your score: palm-vein scanning, randomised test forms and data forensics ensure universities know your test score is really yours, and mean that your score is safe.
- PTE Academic tests real-life language. Prepare for life abroad as you listen to university lectures and respond to questions about life on campus with our real-life test of academic English.
- PTE Academic is unlimited. You can send your scores to as many institutions as you choose – there are no additional fees for extra score reports.
The Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test (CAT) intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA. Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test that assesses certain analytical, writing, quantitative and verbal skills,in standard written English and solely on computer. It is used in admissions decisions by more than 6500 graduate management programs like Mba, MIM, Master of Finance etc worldwide.
The GMAT exam is a computer adaptive test, means that the candidate be presented with one question at a time and depending upon your previous answer, the difficulty level of the next question will be ascertained. It is not a test of business knowledge, subject matter mastery, English vocabulary, or advanced computational skills but tests your High order Reasoning skills that involve complex judgements, critical thinking, analysis and problem solving.The GMAT is comprised of 4 sections – Verbal , Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment. Duration of Exam is 3.5 hours and Maximum score is 800.However the number of test takers vary each year but it is approximately 2,50,000. The GMAT can be given once every 16 calendar days and no more than five times in a a year. The maximum attempts for lifetime is 8.
UKCAT (UK Clinical Aptitude Test)
The UK Clinical Aptitude Test (UKCAT) is a test used in the selection process by a consortium of UK university Medical and Dental Schools. It is run by the UKCAT Consortium, currently chaired by Nigel Siesage, in partnership with Pearson VUE It was first introduced in 2006.
The test helps universities to make more informed choices from amongst the many highly-qualified applicants who apply for their medical and dental degree programmes.
LNAT (Law National Admission Test)
The Law National Admission Test helps one understand if law is the right career path, and it helps universities check that you will be able to succeed on law course.
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) is a UK-based organization whose main role is to operate the application process for British universities. It operates as an independent charity, funded by fees charged to applicants and to universities, plus advertising income.
Services provided by UCAS include several online application portals, a number of search tools, and free information and advice directed at various audiences, including students considering higher education, students with pending applications to higher education institutes, parents and legal guardians of applicants, school and Further Education college staff involved in helping students apply, and providers of higher education (universities and HE colleges).