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The United States of American Education System depends on various specialized or "Standardized" tests, which students must take in order to apply to a particular university or program. These exams offer universities a common basis for comparison of applicants, below are the various exams, find which one applies to you;

English Language Test - IELTS & TOEFL

The two main English language exams accepted or required by universities are the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

Students need to take English tests, as well as other tests!
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GRE mean Graduate Record Examination. The GRE is a computerized test required for admission to most graduate programs in the U.S. (except law, business and medicine).  Many graduate programs base financial aid packages, including fellowships and teaching assistantships, on GRE scores.
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MACT mean Medical College Admissions Test. The MCAT is a computer-based multiple choice examination used by medical school admissions officials to predict future success. The MCAT is designed to test problem-solving skills, critical thinking abilities, and writing skills, as well as knowledge of basic science concepts.
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GMAT means Graduate Management Admissions Test. If you are thinking about going to business school, the GMAT is almost always a necessary part of your application. At least 1,500 graduate business and management programs use GMAT scores as part of their application process. 
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LSAT mean Law School Admissions Test is used in graduate law degree admissions. Of all admissions tests, the LSAT carries the most weight in the admissions decision-making process, and can account for up to 50 percent of a candidate's application at the most competitive schools.
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