PTE Reading Fill in the Blanks

5 Tips For PTE Reading Fill In The Blanks

In this question type of  PTE reading fill In the blanks, you will see a text with a number of gaps on the screen. You are required to fill in the gaps by choosing a word from the drop-down list provided just next to the gap.

If you are a serious PTE Academic Exam aspirant, you will know that the exam is broadly categorized into three different sections —

  1. Speaking and Writing
  2. Reading
  3. Listening

Each of these three sections aims at assessing the same skills of a candidate on which they are named. It is done by means of a computer-based test lasting three hours, at a stretch. Every one of these requires diligent preparation and thorough knowledge of facts.

We learn more about the PTE Reading Fill in the Blanks module that is covered under the PTE reading section and assesses solely the reading skills of a candidate. (more…)

Quick Tips to Score high in ‘Answer Short Question’ while giving PTE Exam

Quick Tips to Score high in ‘Answer Short Question’ while giving PTE Exam

The Pearson Test of English Academic or PTE Academic as it is commonly called is a test of English as a language for non-native English speakers. The test is recognized by several institutions, governments, and organizations.

Understanding the PTE Test

The PTE test aims at testing Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills of a candidate. The entire test lasts for 3 hours (in a single session), is computer-based and is taken in a recognized PTE test center. Since the tests are graded by a computer, the results are delivered online in 5 working days.

The test is divided into three broad sections — Writing and speaking (combined); Reading and Listening. While there are multiple subsections to each of these three, here we will discuss ‘Answer Short Questions’ that fall under the Speaking and Writing section that lasts for about 77 to 93 minutes. (more…)