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Standardized Testing

Standardized testing is an important part of the application process for many schools, as test scores can serve as general indicators of a student’s ability for admissions officers.

Rasul Learning specialists take the time to meet with families to determine which standardized test is preferable for students as they go through the application process. Our specialists work with students and adapt to their learning style, teaching them tips and tricks and helping them tackle areas of the standardize test that are personally challenging.

Our results speak for themselves. High school students who have worked with our specialists have enjoyed an average increase of 500 points on the SAT and 6 points on the ACT.

Rasul Learning Group is also excited to announce a new tutoring platform for both our current clients and new customers. In partnership with Gruber Prep, we are releasing a platform where students can buy courses and course materials for the SAT, ACT, GRE, and AP exams, all of which will be accessible online.

Our instructors provide individualized private and semi-private tutoring for the following tests:

SSAT   |   SAT I   |   SAT II   |   ACT   |   GRE   |   GMAT   |   LSAT   |   MCAT   |   UKCAT   |   LNAT   |   BMAT   |   DAT

SSAT (High School admissions):

The SSAT is an admission test for high schools around the world, especially the United States and Canada. It is comprised of four sections – quantitative, reading comprehension, verbal, and a writing sample. Click here to learn more about the SSAT.

SAT I (US college admissions):

The SAT I is taken for US college admissions, and the PSAT is . Most students take the SAT during their junior or senior year of high school. The test is comprised of three sections – Critical Reading, Math, and Writing – and is scored out of 2400. At least half of all students take the SAT twice — in the spring as a junior and in the fall as a senior. Most students improve their score the second time they take the SAT. Click here to learn more about the SAT.

SAT II (Subject Tests for US college admissions):

SAT Subject Tests are admissions tests for US colleges that test particular subject areas. Each of these tests are one hour long and are scored out of 800. Rasul Learning Group offers test preparation for Literature, Math Level I, Math Level II, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, U.S. History, and World History. Click here to learn more about the SAT Subject Tests.

ACT (US college admissions):

The ACT is taken for US college admissions and can be taken in lieu of the SAT I and SAT subject tests for some schools. The test is divided into four sections – English, Math, Reading, and Science Reasoning – and is scored out of 36. Rasul Learning Group can help students identify whether they are more suited for the ACT or the SAT. Click here to learn more about the ACT.

GRE (Graduate School admissions):

The GRE is an admission test for graduate schools. This test is comprised of three sections – Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning – and is scored between 130-170. The GRE is used for admissions to graduate schools regardless of their fields of specialization. Click here to learn more about the GRE.

GMAT (Business School admissions):

The GMAT is taken for graduate business school admissions. This test does not measure business knowledge or skill, but tests quantitative reasoning, integrated reasoning, verbal reasoning, and analytical writing, and is scored out of 800. Click here to learn more about the GMAT.

LSAT (Law School admissions):

The LSAT is an admissions test for graduate law schools across the United States, Canada, and various international countries. The test is made up of six multiple choice sections, five of which will compose the student’s test score. Questions will test reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning, and is scored out of 180. Click here to learn more about the LSAT.

MCAT (Medical School admissions):

The MCAT is taken for admission to graduate medical schools mostly in Canada and the United States. This is a computer based test score out of 528 that tests the following subject areas: Biological and Biochemical Foundations of Living Systems; Chemical and Physical Foundations of Biological Systems; Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behaviour; and Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills. Click here to learn more about the MCAT.

UKCAT (UK Medical and Dental admissions):

The UKCAT is an admissions test for graduate medical and dental schools in the United Kingdom. This computer based test is composed of four reasoning tests (Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning, and Decisions Analysis), and one Situational Judgment. Click here to learn more about the UKCAT.

LNAT (UK Law School admissions):

The LNAT is an admissions test for graduate law schools in the United Kingdom. The test is composed of one essay and 42 multiple-choice questions that test reading comprehensions and logical reasoning skills. Students are given 2 hours and 15 minutes to complete the test and the test is scored out of 42. Click here to learn more about the LNAT.

BMAT (Bio-medical admissions):

The BMAT is an aptitude test used for admission to Bio-medical programs, such as medicine, veterinary medicine, or biomedical sciences, in the United Kingdom, Singapore, and the Netherlands. The BMAT is composed of three sections – Aptitude and Skills, Scientific Knowledge and Applications, and a Writing Task – and is completed in 2 hours. Click here to learn more about the BMAT.

DAT (Dental admissions):

The DAT is an admissions test for dental schools mainly in the United States and Canada. This is a computer-based exam that tests Biology, General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Perceptual Ability, Reading Comprehension, and Quantitative Reasoning. Students are given 5 hours to complete the test and the test is scored out of 30. Click here to learn more about the DAT.

Interested in learning more? Contact Rasul Learning Group today for an initial consultation to get started.

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