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PTE Results & Scores

The entire PTE exam is computer-scored, ensuring objectivity and accuracy. Every PTE exam question has two options: correct or incorrect. Because the candidates' scores are generated by an automated machine system, they are exact and objective. A One-of-a-Kind Speaking Exam Format Almost all English entrance exams contain a Speaking section in which applicants are interviewed and scored by human examiners. The PTE Speaking section is administered by recording the student's voice, who is expected to provide information in response to the questions in the PTE Speaking segment. For people who are naturally shy, this makes the PTE test more enjoyable.

Acceptance of the PTE's findings The PTE exam score has been accepted by approximately 6000 organisations since its debut in 2009. When applying for visas with the government and border agency, the PTE score is also valid. PTE exam takers will have more opportunities as the number of companies or institutes that accept PTE scores grows.

When are PTE results declared?

PTE results are typically released within five days. However, Pearson PLC Group, the organisation in charge of the PTE Academic Exam, is working hard to reduce this to two days. In 2022, the majority of PTE Exam  results were released in a record-breaking period of 1.2 days, only for the benefit of the PTE test taker.

PTE Band Score


Difference between the PTE & IELTS Scores.


PTE Academic 

IELTS 

23

4.5 

29 

5.0

36

5.5

46

6.0

56 

6.5

66

7.0

76

7.5

84

8.0

89

8.5

N/A

9.0

PTE Band Score


Difference between the PTE & TOEFL iBT Scores.


PTE Academic 

TOEFL iBT

38

40-44

42

54-56

46

65-66

50

74-75

53

79-80

59

87-88

64

94

68

99-100

72

105

78

113

84

120

PTE & IELTS Score Comparison

Here you can compare the difference between PTE & IELTS Scores.

Proficiency Level

PTE

IELTS

EXPERT

89-90

9.0

VERY GOOD

83-85

8.5

VERY GOOD

74 – 84

8.0

GOOD

73 - 77

7.5

GOOD

64 - 72

7.0

COMPETENT

58 - 63

6.5

COMPETENT

50 - 57

6.0

MODES

42 - 49

5.5

MODES

35 - 41

5.0

LIMITED

30 - 34

4.5

EXTREMELY LIMITED

0 - 30

4.0

PTE Score Chart for International Students


85 - 90 C2:
This implies they can grasp almost everything they hear or read, summarise information from several oral and written sources, and rebuild arguments and stories in a logical presentation. They are able to communicate themselves spontaneously, eloquently, and precisely, distinguishing finer shades of meaning even in increasingly complex settings. C2 is a highly proficient level, and a student at this level would feel completely at ease participating in academic activities at any level.

76 - 84 C1: They can comprehend a wide range of difficult, longer texts, perceive implicit meaning, and express themselves fluently and spontaneously without obvious seeking for expressions. They employ language in a flexible and effective manner for social, academic, and professional goals, and they generate clear, well-structured, thorough work on complicated subjects, demonstrating controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors, and cohesive devices.C1 is the level at which a student can participate comfortably in all post-graduate activities, including teaching. 

59 - 75 B2: They can comprehend the major concepts of complicated texts on both concrete and abstract issues, as well as technical conversations in their field of expertise. They interact with a level of oral fluency and spontaneity that allows for regular interaction with native speakers without strain for either party. They tend to produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a point of view on a topical issue, outlining the benefits and drawbacks of various options.

43 - 58 B1: They can comprehend the essential points of clear standard input on known topics met on a regular basis at work, school, leisure, and so on. They can deal with the majority of situations that are likely to arise while in a language-speaking area, produce simple connected text on topics that are familiar or of personal interest, and describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes, and ambitions, as well as briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans. B1 is insufficient to participate in language activities at the full academic level.

30 - 42 A2: They are able to comprehend words and commonly used expressions linked to areas of urgent importance. They can communicate in simple and routine duties that require a straightforward and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine subjects. They convey in basic terms parts of his/her background, current environment, and matters of immediate necessity. A2 is insufficient for academic level involvement.

10 - 29 A1: or below They can grasp and use common everyday idioms and very simple sentences geared at meeting specific needs. They can identify themselves and others, as well as ask and answer questions concerning personal information such as where he/she lives, who he/she knows, and what he/she owns. They interact in a straightforward manner as long as the other person speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to assist. A1 is an inadequate level for academic involvement.

PTE Reading



Section Scoring

Scoring

Multiple-choice, choose a single answer

Correct / Incorrect

Multiple-choice, choose multiple answers

Partial credit for each correct response. Points deducted for incorrect options chosen

Re-order paragraphs

Partial credit for each correctly ordered, adjacent pair

Reading: Fill in the blanks

Partial credit for each correctly completed blank

Reading: Fill in the blanks

Partial credit for each correctly completed blank

Reading and writing: Fill in the blanks

Partial credit for each correctly completed blank

PTE Speaking & Writing



Section Scoring

Scoring

Read Aloud

Partial credit

Repeat Sentence

Partial credit

Describe image

Partial credit

Re-tell lecture Partial credit

Partial credit

Answer Short Questions

Corrcect / Incorrect

Summarise Written Text

Partial credit

Write Essay

Partial credit

PTE Listening


Section Scoring

Scoring

Multiple-choice, choose multiple answers

Partial credit for each correct response. Points deducted for incorrect options chosen

Fill in the blanks

Partial credit for each correct word spelled correctly

Highlight correct summary

Correct/ Incorrect

Multiple-choice, choose a single answer

Correct/ Incorrect

Select missing word

Corrcect / Incorrect

Highlight incorrect words

Partial credit for each word. Points deducted for incorrect options chosen

Write from dictation

Partial credit for each word spelled correctly

PTE Exam Test Results & Scores

How can I check my PTE results?
The PTE test scores can be viewed online. When the result is available, you will be notified via mail. You can then log into Pearson VUE and view your score by clicking on View Score.
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