Looking To Migrate For Higher Education? Here's Why PTE Can Be Your Best Bet

When it comes to higher education, it is better to leave no stone unturned to ensure a bright future. Students often wish to move abroad to attain a better quality of education and improve their career prospects. Apart from this, a foreign education may also result in a better social life, greater personality development, and an increase in confidence. Studying abroad can help you to learn new languages, develop an appreciation for other cultures, become self-sufficient and develop a better understanding of the world. 

However, when it comes to moving abroad, there are certain formalities that Indian students must go through. One of them is taking a standardized English language test. This is a test that is required for non-native English-speaking students to prove their proficiency in the language before moving to an English-speaking country. There are several standardized English language tests, but here’s why PTE-Academic can be your best choice. 

Unbiased AI-Based Evaluation

PTE Academic is a hundred per cent computerized examination. Most other tests are evaluated by examiners and can be subjected to human bias. PTE Academic, on the other hand, is evaluated through a fool-proof AI-based system that completely eliminates the chance of human bias and generates fair results. This system is developed with the help of thousands of responses that are fed in the algorithm, allowing it to mimic human behavior without the risk of being biased. What this essentially means is that a test taker is graded through a foolproof algorithm and the scores rely only on what he/she responds and nothing else.

The following video will give you a better understanding of PTE Academic’s unbiased AI-based scoring:


Learn how PTE Academic uses AI to mark an English test
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