If your first language is not English, and you wish to attend an English speaking post-secondary school, you may be required to take an English language test to study in college or university. There is usually a fee for these tests. Each educational institution will set a minimum score you are required to obtain in order to be accepted into their program. Before you take an English language assessment test, first check with the school you wish to attend. Each school may have a different process for you to complete the test.
To learn more, contact the Office of Registrar (also referred to as the “Registrar’s Office” or “Admissions Office”) at the school you wish to attend.