My overall PTE score is 48 then I apply for this University in masters course..?

Asked by Jinal Valera almost 2 years ago

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vandana sinha

vandana sinha

M&A - Tax & Regulatory || Nangia & Co LLP

PTE is of 90 marks which is equivalent to 90 of IELTS. So now if you talk specifically about the 48 marks in the PTE, then, unfortunately, it is not a good score for study purpose.

So instead of applying with just 48 marks, it's better to give the exam again and target 55 in order to get the admission in better college.

You can also target other language proficiency tests like IELTS and TOEFL. If you need any help for test preparation, you can get FREE resources here. 

Also, there are various universities abroad which do no require any language test score so you can target those if you face any problem in getting a good score. 

Let me know if you need any help in shortlisting such universities. 

 

 


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Darak Sarita

Darak Sarita

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A PTE score of 48 might be considered insufficient by many universities for admission into master’s programs, as most established institutions typically require a minimum score of around 60. It is important to understand that each university and program can have different requirements, and they can be quite rigid because of the competitive nature of admissions. Here's what I recommend:

1. Verify Minimum Requirements: Directly check with the university’s admissions or international office about the exact PTE score requirements for your chosen program.
2. Explore Pathway Options: Some universities offer pathway programs for students who are slightly below the required English proficiency level. These programs usually include English language courses combined with academic courses.
3. Retake the PTE: If you are committed to attending a particular university and your score is below their requirement, consider retaking the PTE. Many students improve significantly on their second attempt after targeted preparation.
Your PTE score is a gateway to your academic future in international education, and aiming for a higher score could markedly improve your prospects. Good preparation resources, practice tests, and possibly a preparatory course could be beneficial.


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