Introduction to ISAT in Khar
The full form of ISAT is The International Student Admissions Test. ISAT is a 3-hour computer-based examination. It is independently developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). In ISAT, multiple-choice questions are asked to test a student's intellectual skills and abilities. It is administered as a computer-based test through various centres around the world.
ACER on the other hand has an excellent international reputation and track record in the development, management and research of selection tests for undergraduate medical and health related programs.
What is the syllabus for Quantitative Reasoning in ISAT?
'Quantitative Reasoning' (QR) - This involves analysis and application of information. To draw conclusions and making decisions and solving problems is also a part of quantitative reasoning of ISAT. These questions use material from the mathematics and sciences.
Why is ISAT given in Khar?
ISAT in Khar is given by students who want to apply for undergraduate programmes under medicine, dentistry, veterinary science and physiotherapy courses in Australia
When is the ISAT examination conducted in Khar?
ISAT has no fixed examination dates. Once the student is ready, he can select the most suitable date for his ISAT examination from the list of available dates and then proceed with the confirmed date. The centres will be available in or around Khar where the students can give the examination.
What are the number of questions asked in ISAT?
In ISAT, 100 questions are asked. All these 100 questions are MCQ based and hence the person giving the examination has to choose the most appropriate answer.
What is the test format of ISAT?
ISAT is a 180 minute MCQ based entrance exam. ISAT is only conducted once a year and the scores acquired in ISAT have the validity of one year only.