1. What does SAT mean?
SAT is known as Scholastic Aptitude Test Which is usually written by the students who are in 10th standard or are in 12th Standard, to check the readiness and better exposure to colleges studies.
2. Where can I get the SAT registration forms?
Excellence Education Travels and Tours is known for its Successful SAT registrations in Nigeria. Visit our office at STRO House 2nd Floor, 4 Oba Ogunji Road, Pen Cinema Agege or you can call us on +234 8180003159
3. How reliable are the SAT Subjects?
The data show that the SAT Subject Tests are highly reliable. Students who take a test more than once tend to earn similar scores each time they test, unless they have learned more about the subject in the meantime.
4. How important is the SAT and how is it used?
It is crucial! Although Colleges may consider other factors, the majority of admission decisions are based on only two criteria: Your SAT scores and your GPA.
5. How many times SAT is held in a year?
SAT 1 and SAT 2 are both held 7 times a year and cannot taken both the exams together .One can take three SAT 2 exams in a day .The SAT exams are offered usually in October, November, December, January, March, May and June on Saturday mornings.
6. How long the SAT Score is Valid?
The SAT is Valid for the corresponding 5 years.
7. When one can obtain their Scores?
After 3 weeks of the exam, your score would be displayed on net and will be mailed to you.
8. Can Candidates send the score to the university themselves?
Universities only accept scores from the College Board. Only original scores can be sent to the universities.
9. Who administers SAT?
The US-based ‘’College Entrance Examination Board’’ develops and administers the SAT, that is, it is responsible for setting questions, conducting the test and sending score reports to each examine.
10. Does taking the SAT exam ensure my chances for scholarship/financial aids?
If you score the top scores in the SAT examination, then you get scholarship offers from the universities you have applied for admissions.
11. Where can I receive lecture for the SAT in Nigeria?
At EETT, we give our students a comprehensive lecture, during which they learn test section contents, and are taught how to best convey techniques that will improve their scores. Visit us today and be part of our testimonials.
1. What is IELTS?
IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which tests English proficiency across the globe. Conducting one million tests globally, IELTS is the world’s most popular English testing system.
2. Which organizations accept IELTS?
IELTS is accepted by more than 6000 organizations worldwide. These include universities, immigration departments, government agencies, professional bodies and multinational companies.
3. Who owns IELTS and who writes the test?
IELTS is jointly owned by British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) and offered through more than 500 locations in 120 countries. International teams of writers contribute to IELTS test materials. Ongoing research ensures that IELTS remains fair and unbiased. Test writers from different English-speaking countries develop IELTS content so it reflects real-life situations.
4. Why are there two versions of the test?
IELTS has two versions – Academic and General Training. The Academic test is for those who want to study at a tertiary level in an English-speaking country. The General Training test is for those who want to do work experience or training programs, secondary school or migrate to an English-speaking country. All candidates take the same Listening and Speaking tests but different Reading and Writing tests.
5. Which version should I do?
Read the explanation of the Academic and General Training tests, then contact the organisation or institution to which you are applying to find out what it requires. Note that you must know which version to take when you complete the IELTS Application Form.
6. What is the test format and how long will it take?
IELTS has four parts – Listening (30 minutes), Reading (60 minutes), Writing (60 minutes) and Speaking (11â€“14 minutes). The total test time is 2 hours and 45 minutes. The Listening, Reading and Writing tests are done in one sitting. The Speaking test may be on the same day or up to seven days before or after the other tests.
The IELTS Official Practice Materials 2007 explains the test format in detail and gives you practice tests and answers. Order a copy online or through your local test centre.
7. What help is available for disabled candidates?
Test centres make every effort to cater for the special needs of disabled candidates. It is our aim for all candidates to be assessed fairly and objectively. If you have a special need, talk to your local test centre or the IELTS coaching centre when registering. Centres may need three months to organize arrangements.
8. How many different item types are there in IELTS General Training Reading?
There are 11 basic item types, some with possible variations. A variety of item types are used in General Training Reading overall and more than one item type may be used in each Section. Some of the questions may appear before a passage and some may come after depending on the nature of the questions.
9. When the instructions state that the candidate should answer in, for example, NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS, would they lose marks by writing an answer with more than three words, even if one is ‘a’ or ‘the’?
Yes. Answers which exceed the word limit will be marked incorrect.
10. Are candidates penalised for spelling and grammar mistakes made in their answers?
Most words that candidates will need to answer the questions will be given in the passage so they should be encouraged to transfer their answers to the Answer Sheet with care. Candidates should be made aware that poor spelling and grammar are penalised.
11. How is the band score for General Training Reading calculated?
One mark is awarded for each of the 40 questions. A Band Score conversion table is produced for each version of the General Training Reading Module which translates scores out of 40 onto the IELTS 9-band scale. Scores are reported as a whole band or a half band
12. How can I go about registering for the IELTS test?
You must have a passport to apply for IELTS and you can register with Excellence Education Travels and Tours in person at our office, and you can also get registered by filling the application form and can mail it to us, which will eventually send you all details regarding the IELTS test. At EETT we can do your IELTS Registration on your behalf.
13. What is the difference between Academic IELTS and General Training IELTS?
The Academic module includes language skills evaluation and assess whether a student should study or train at an undergraduate or post graduate level whereas General training is recommended for candidates who are going to English speaking countries for work experience or for immigration purposes to countries UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Any student who wants to apply for admission in a university would need to appear for Academic IELTS module.
14. How often can I take the IELTS test?
Candidates may re-sit for IELTS at any time. There is no restriction and they can repeat the test whenever they wish.
15. How and when will I get my IELTS results?
The results are usually declared in 13-15 days after the test date. Results are first published on the IELTS website followed by the mark sheet being sent via mail.
16. What if I am unable to attend the test?
If a candidate is unable to attend the test then the candidate is deemed an absentee and no refund is applicable in such an event. However, if there is any unavoidable reason due to which the candidate fails to appear in the exam then the application may be considered with some conditions. In such scenario the fee is refundable but again acceptance of your application is subject to approval by the test centre, who will make the final and binding decision.
17. Where can I prepare for the Ielts?
Excellence Education Travels and Tours is a training centre for the Ielts. We offer a variety of preparation and practice materials for the Ielts to help you do well in your exams.
18. What is the age limit for the test?
Only candidate above the age of 16 years can appear for the IELTS Test.
19. How long is an IELTS score valid?
The IELTS score is valid for two years, after which the student is required to give the IELTS test again.
20. What are the necessary things required to carry on the day of the IELTS test?
Candidates must carry their passport, exam ticket and relevant stationery for the test modules.
21. Where can I receive lecture for the Ielts?
At EETT, we give extensive lectures to our applicants that result to strong communication and interpersonal skills. Your success is guaranteed!
22. Where can I register for Ielts for UKVI in Nigeria?
At Excellence Education Travels and Tour, you can register and be trained for IELTS FOR UKVI
1. Who Takes It and Why?
Prospective graduate applicants take the General Test. GRE test scores are used by admissions or fellowship panels to supplement undergraduate records and other qualifications for graduate study. The scores provide common measures for comparing the qualifications of applicants and aid in evaluating grades and recommendations.
2. Where Do People Take It?
The General Test or GRE test is offered year-round at computer-based test centers in the U.S., Canada, and many other countries. It is offered at paper-based test centers in areas of the world where computer-based testing is not available. Test takers should find out the format which is available their area.
3. Who Accepts It?
Any graduate, business or professional school, or any department or division within a school, may require or recommend that its applicants take the General Test, a Subject Test, or both. If approved by the GREÂ® Board, an institution seeking accreditation can also receive test takers scores.
GRE has three levels.The verbal section measures your ability to analyze and evaluate written material and synthesize information obtained from it, to analyze relationships among component parts of sentences, to recognize relationships between words and concepts, and to reason with words in solving problems. There is a balance of passages across different subject matter areas: humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
The quantitative section measures your basic mathematical skills, your understanding of elementary mathematical concepts, and your ability to reason quantitatively and solve problems in a quantitative setting. There is a balance of questions requiring arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and data analysis. These are content areas usually studied in high school.
The analytical writing section tests your critical thinking and analytical writing skills. It assesses your ability to articulate and support complex ideas, analyze an argument, and sustain a focused and coherent discussion. It does not assess specific content knowledge.
4. Does one have to be a graduate for taking the GRE?
Not necessarily. However, to do a master’s course, one has to be a graduate in any stream.
5. Where can I register for GRE in Nigeria?
You can be registered for the GRE test by visiting our office or you can also get registered by filling the application form and can mail it to us, which will eventually send you all details regarding the GRE test. At EETT we can do your GRE Registration on your behalf.
6. What is the scoring system?
The total marks are 1600, out of which 1280 and above is considered good. Different questions carry different marks, depending on its difficulty level. English and Maths carry 800 marks each. Essays carry six marks.
7. How often can I take the exam?
You can take the exam as often as you want to but only once in a calendar month.
8. How important is the GRE score in helping secure scholarships for graduate studies?
The GRE score, your past academic record and your application materials play a vital part towards securing scholarships.
9. How much scholarship can one get?
One can get up to 100% scholarship. GRE students find it easiest to avail of scholarships as compared to GMAT and SAT Students. Government Banks also offer easy study loans.
10. How does one apply to Universities – online or offline?
One can apply both online and through regular correspondence. Online is preferred.
11. Can one work along with one’s studies?
International students can easily get jobs of up to 20 hours a week on campus. This helps them to meet their personal expenses. Many Graduate Students, because of their busy schedules, do not get time to work- however; they often get TA / RA (Teaching/ Research Assistantships). These pay quite well and are best obtained when students reach their Universities.
12. Where can I receive lecture for the GRE?
Our tutoring classes enable you to work one-on-one with a TestMaster GRE instructor who is a specialist in training applicants to improve their accuracy and speed on the GRE, and will also help you create a study plan to maximize your results.
1. Do I need to take the GMAT for admission to an MBA programme?
To gain admission to an MBA programme, chances are you’ll need to take the GMAT. About two-thirds of the 1,300+ graduate business schools around the world require GMAT scores for admission. However in case of Eastern Europe, you should check the admission requirement of the programme you are shooting for.
2. Where can I take a GMAT test?
The GMAT is offered, by appointment, many times each month at hundreds of locations worldwide. Register early as seats fill up quickly.
3. How important are GMAT scores in the B-school admissions process?
Each graduate business school develops and implements its own policy concerning the use of GMAT scores in making admissions decisions. They do, however, usually set their initial ranking based on the GMAT scores.
After the initial review, the evaluation of the subjective factors (work and other relevant experience, recommendation letters, application essays, reports of personal interviewers) usually plays a much larger role in admission decisions.
4. What is in my score report?
You can take the exam as often as you want to but only once in a calendar month.
5. How does multiple choice question scoring work?
Your Quantitative and Verbal scores are each based on three factors:
1. the number of questions to which you responded correctly;
2. the difficulty level of the questions to which you responded correctly;
3. the range of cognitive abilities measured among the questions to which you responded correctly.
The computerized testing system employs a complex algorithm to account for each of these three factors. Your Total score is based on your Quantitative and Verbal scores, which are combined (given equal weight) and converted to a different scale.
6. How is the AWA scored?
You’ll receive a single Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) score for your two GMAT essays. Process:
1. Each of your essays is graded, on a scale of 0-6, by a human reader and by a computerized writing evaluator called E-Rater.
2. If E-Rater’s grade for an essay differs from the human reader’s by more than one point, then a second human reader reads and grades the essay.
3. Your final grade for each essay is the average of two grades – one awarded by a human reader and the other by E-Rater (or by the second human reader).
4. Your AWA score is the average of two final grades – one for each of your two GMAT essays – rounded up to the nearest half-point.
7. What is the GMAT Percentile?
You’ll also receive a percentile rank, from 0% to 99%, for each of your four GMAT scores. A percentile rank indicates how you performed relative to the entire GMAT test-taking population during the most recent three-year period. For example, a percentile rank of 70% means that you scored higher than 70% (and lower than 30%) of all other GMAT test-takers during the most recent three years.
99+% = 800, 99% = 720, 75% = 570, 50% = 500
8. Where can I receive Gmat lecture in Nigeria?
At EETT, our comprehensive training programme is specially geared to help you develop the conceptual and test-taking skills required to clear the GMAT®.
Excellence Education Travels and Tours’ faculty are there to provide you with whatever you may need to achieve the results you desire.
9. Can I Repeat the GMAT?
Yes, although you may not take the GMAT more than once during any calendar month, even if you quit the test or cancel your scores.
10. How Multiple GMAT Scores are reported?
ETS reports your three most recent GMAT scores to each school to which you’ve directed a score report. The majority of schools simply average your three most recently reported sets of scores.
11. Where can I register for the Gmat in Nigeria?
At EETT You can register for the Gmat test by visiting our office or click here to complete our online registration. Register early as seats fill up quickly.
12. Can I cancel or postpone my GMAT Appointment?
Although you can cancel or postpone your GMAT appointment, only a partial refund of your registration fee is available, and only under certain circumstances.
13. What type of schools use GMAT scores?
Over 1900 graduate business schools around the world use GMAT scores as a part their admissions process.
14. Where can I receive lecture for the Gmat Lagos, Nigeria?
Our Gmat teachers provide the best available guidance in Gmat Coaching. To get the best graduate schools in the US and other foreign countries, our Gmat training courses are preferred by thousands
15. What does the GMAT exam measure?
The GMAT exam measures basic verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that you have developed in your education and work. It does NOT measure: * your knowledge of business, * your job skills, * specific content in your undergraduate or first university course work, * your abilities in any other specific subject area, or * subjective qualities” such as motivation, creativity, and interpersonal skills.
16. How long are GMAT scores valid?
Your GMAT score is valid for five years, so you have the flexibility to start your graduate studies right after university or later on. Remember, if at first you don’t succeed, you can take the GMAT exam again. Remember, though, that all of your GMAT scores from the past 5 years will appear on your Official Score Report.
17. Where are the Gmat Test centres in Nigeria?
There are just two GMAT test centers in Nigeria, which are; Lagos and Abuja. We can get you register to write your exam in any choice of your exam centre.
1. What is CGFNS Certification?
The Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) provides oversight for foreign educated nurses seeking employment in the United States.
2. What is the Credentials Evaluation Service (CES) Professional Report?
The CGFNS International CES professional report analyzes your license, nursing degrees and diplomas such as a B.SC. Nursing degree. It analyses the foreign degree, University, Course Curriculum and Transcripts (mark sheets) against a US standard.
3. I am a foreign-educated nurse, how can CGFNS help me to practice in the United State?
CGFNS offers a certification program and qualifying exam, which most U.S. state Boards of Nursing require in order to be eligible to apply for licensure within that state.
4. How do I register for CGFNS in Nigeria?
You can register for the CGFNS exam by visiting our Office or call us on;
5. What is the eligibility criterion for taking CGFNS?
You have to be a first-level registered nurse for the same.
6. Do I need the credentials evaluation service (CES) academic report?
No. it is not necessary. The Credential Evaluation Service (CES) Academic Report is only meant for student nurses who wish to pursue higher studies in the United States. For Example, if you are a Bs or B.Sc Nursing and wish to pursue a MSN (Master of Nursing) or PH.D. Degree in a US University, you would be required to apply for the Credentials Evaluation Service (CES) Academic Report.
7. Which states require the CGFNS Qualifying Exam?
The CGFNS Qualifying exam is required by more than 90% of U.S. State Boards of Nursing and predicts success on the NCLEX-RN. You will need to check requirements with the state board of nursing of the state in which you intend to practice.
8. How many times the Exam is offered in a year in Nigeria?
It is offered four times per year in Nigeria.
9. What is the CGFNS course curriculum and syllabus?
The practice of nursing requires knowledge of the process and the health needs of the patients. These two components are addressed within the framework of the test plan for licensure examination. The categories of questions relating to the various aspects of the current CGFNS exam are shown below. Excellence Education Travels and Tours program has over 2000 CGFNS sample questions that will ensure your success in this exam.
• Safe, Effective care Environment
-Management of care
-Safety and Infection control
• Health promotion and Maintenance
• Psychosocial Integrity
• Physiological Integrity
-Basic care and comfort
-Pharmacological and parental therapies
-Reduction of risk potential
10. Where can I take the CGFNS test?
CGFNS certification exam can be taken over 50 locations around the world including Nigeria. The locations are determined by the commission of Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools and National Nursing bodies along with US embassies and consulates worldwide.
11. What are the General Requirements of the CGFNS certification program?
-Complete the CGFNS application form.
-Prepare and send a Nursing Education form to the nursing school where you obtained your diploma/degree with your transcripts and send directly to CGFNS.
-Prepare a validation of Registration/License form for every license you have ever held and send each form to the issuing authorities.
-Send a clear copy of your high school diploma or equivalent.
-If your diploma isn’t in English, you will need to send a certified, word-for word English translation with this form.
-Send three signed photographs of yourself and complete the CGFNS photo identification card.
-Make your CGFNS payment.
12. Do I need to have validations for all license I have held to complete my certification program application?
CGFNS require all CP (certificate program) applicants to provide validations of their initial and current licenses.
13. When will the results get declared?
The results get declared in eight to ten weeks after the exam.
14. Where do I apply for Visa screen service?
You can apply for Visa screen service by visiting our office
15. Should I take the CGFNS exam or should I go for the NCLEX-RN®?
The level of difficulty is much lower for the CGFNS exam as compared to the NCLEX-RN. It is easier for foreign nurses to pass the CGFNS Qualifying examination and enter the United States. After you reach the US and are exposed to US Nursing protocols and methodologies, the NCLEX-RN exam content becomes relevant and simpler to comprehend
16. What is ISPN program?
The International Standards for Professional Nurses (ISPN) program is for foreign educated nurses who need to validate their nursing education against international standards. The program is only offered in certain countries. The ISPN program consists of an initial verification of first-level nurse status and passing the CGFNS qualifying exam.
17. Why should I take the CGFNS Qualifying Exam?
CGFNS Certificate is needed for and admission to the United States. The CGFNS certification program helps international nurses obtain a non-immigrant occupational-preference H-1B Visa for admission to the United States. It is also required for the employment based immigrant Visa (EB-3) category. The certificate is required of international nurses by a majority of U.S. states in order to take the NCLEX-RN® Licensure examination.
18. Where can I register for the CGFNS in Nigeria?
You can register for the CGFNS in Nigeria with Excellence Education Travels and Tours by visiting our office at Stro House 2nd Floor Oba Ogunji Road, Agege Pen Cinema Opposite GTB or call us on: +2348180003159 , +2349038363577