The UKiset is the entrance exam commonly used by many of the UK’s leading independent schools to assess international students. Students between the ages of 9 and a half and 17 years 11 months can sit the exam and, if needed, they can take the test more than once (but there is a six month gap in between).
The process is designed to analyse a student’s academic potential through a number of assessment areas. Our tutors will work on the English components of the exam: verbal reasoning, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, creative writing and overall English language ability. The UKiset is designed to support students who are non-native English speakers because it does not require prior knowledge of the British curriculum.
Each lesson will work on the skills needed and tutors will tailor the learning programme based on a student’s individual needs. As well as preparing students from the exam, our tutors will also work on the language skills students will need ahead of moving to a British school.