Australian Psychometric Test
Why Should You Take It?
- Combines activity interest with behavioral performance
- Aptitude testing combined with personality testing
- Comparative Analysis
- Not only answer education queries but also career queries
Am I eligible to Study Abroad?
Eligibility requirements vary by university and program. Typically students must be at least sophomore or junior standing at the time of departure. The minimum cumulative GPA usually varies between 2.50 to 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, while more competitive programs have a higher GPA requirement. Other qualifications may include a personal statement or letter of recommendation. Consult your home university and/or program provider for specifics, and plan accordingly so you can meet all of the requirements by the time you want to study abroad.
How do you help us get student visas and do you guarantee visas?
We assist you to apply for your student visa by checking your documents and conducting mock interviews. Although we don’t guarantee visas, since 2014, 99% of our students who have counseled with us have obtained their visas.
What are the Psychometric Tests?
A psychometric test is any activity or assessment that is conducted in order to evaluate a candidate’s performance and includes, but is not limited to, skills, knowledge, abilities, personality traits, attitudes, and job/academic potential.
Where can I find the Study Abroad Scholarship?
Study Abroad Scholarship scholarship can be found in many places. Then, you first need to choose the university and then you’ll find all the available scholarships. Sometimes the university will also list external scholarships, such as those offered by the government or business partners of the school. If not, you should research governmental schemes in your home country and your country of study, as well as funding offered by external organizations relating to your field of study.
After gaining a letter of acceptance, what do I do next?
Congratulations, you’re in! Now, all that’s left to do is to prepare for your studies, pack up your suitcase, get your travel documents in order, apply for your student visa, research your accommodation options, and look for funding.