Admission Exam Information

SAT (previously stood for: Scholastic Aptitude Test): http://sat.collegeboard.org/home?navid=gh-sat

 

A standardized test taken by high school students as part of their university application. The SAT assesses knowledge of reading, writing, and math.  The SAT takes approximately 4 hours to complete. Many American universities require students to take either the SAT or the ACT. Although, there are increasingly  more universities in America that do not require these exams (Test Optional Universities - http://www.fairtest.org/university/optional).

 

SAT Subject Tests (previously referred to as SAT IIs): http://sat.collegeboard.org/about-tests/sat-subject-tests

 

Content-based standardized tests that assess a particular subject of study (Math, French, Spanish, Literature, Biology, Chemistry, etc.). The SAT Subject Tests take approximately 1 hour to complete. Several exams can be taken in one sitting. Some American universities require students take specific SAT Subject Tests.

ACT (American College Testing): http://www.act.org/

A standardized test taken by high school students as part of their university application. The ACT (No Writing) has four multiple-choice sections: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice sections and a writing test. The ACT (No Writing) takes approximately 3 hours to complete. The ACT Plus Writing takes approximately 3.5 hours to complete. Many American universities require students to take either the SAT or the ACT. Although, there are increasingly  more universities in America that do not require these exams (Test Optional Universities - http://www.fairtest.org/university/optional).

IELTS (International English Language Testing System):  https://www.ielts.org/test_centre_search/results.aspx?TestCentreID=64581fe8-053d-4785-a7a4-9eace12ab164

 

A standardized test taken by students for whom English is not their first language. This exam is often part of a  university application if a non-native English speaking student is interested in studying a program that is taught in English. Check with your specific university to see if they prefer a TOFEL score or an IELTS score. The IELTS assesses four language skills – listening, reading, writing, and speaking. They offer two different versions of the reading and writing tests for students wishes to study at a university level (Academic) or below university level (General Training).

 

TOFEL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): http://www.ets.org/toefl

Another standardized test taken by students for whom English is not their first language. This exam is often part of a  university application if a non-native English speaking student is interested in studying a program that is taught in English. Check with your specific university to see if they prefer a TOFEL score or an IELTS score. The TOEFL measures ability to generate and understand English at the post-secondary level. It also evaluates how well one can combine listening, reading, speaking and writing skills to perform academic tasks.

 

Mrs. Vanessa DiCarlo

School Psychologist

 

 

18 Nov - 18 Dec

20 Nov the Interculturalism poster competition Assembly
24 Nov Teacher's Day
27 Nov Ed-Ex: Y10-13 (Nov 27-29)
6 Dec Nutrition Committee Meeting
6 Dec Special Needs School's visit
9 Dec Winter Bazaar
11 Dec Ed-Ex: Swimming Races at MEFIS Istanbul
12 Dec Tea Time with Principal
13 Dec Secondary Science Fair Y7-11
 
  • University of Cambridge International Examinations
  • Council of International Schools
  • European Council of International Schools

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