ISAT: Results & Scoring
ISAT is an admission test required as one component of entry applications to a selection of Australian university undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
ISAT: ScoringISAT scores: Calculation Process
The candidate abilities and test item difficulties are the two major criterions on which ISAT score scales are developed. ISAT scores for Critical Reasoning (CR), Quantitative Reasoning (QR) and Overall Reasoning (OR) are on scales with ranges of 100-200.
Percentiles: Percentiles show the percentage of candidates whose scores are lower than the one reported.
The ISAT results are available online. You will receive an email from the ISAT Office when your results become available. The email will advise you of an access code and web link where you must input your unique Prometric Order Confirmation Number – this is the number you were issued by Prometric at the time of registering to sit the ISAT test. A Statement of Results will be generated and you should print it for your records.Results: Validity
Results are considered current for two years. Candidates may only re-sit ISAT after 12 months from their previous sitting has elapsed.
ISAT: Test dayTest Day Ways and Means:
You should report to the test centre 15 minutes before the published starting time of the test.
Essentials to Carry:
- Confirmation of Registration email printout
- Photo identity proof - aAtleast two. This may include a driver’s license, a current passport, or a National Identity Card from your country of citizenship. The Identity proof should have your full name, signature, date of birth and a recent photograph
Candidates whose native language is not English may bring a printed bilingual dictionary into the test. Candidates will sign the log book at the beginning and end of the test, and at the beginning and end of any exit from the test room.
ISAT: PreparationPreparation Strategy
The best preparation strategy for ISAT is to read widely and to think critically about what you read.
Test Taking tips and tricks
Tips for working through questions:
- Time-Management: Pace yourself by keeping an eye on the timer. Manage your time effectively and efficiently.
- Writing Pads: Use the erasable board or scratch pad to work out formulas and problems
- Read Carefully: Read the stimulus material carefully and use the ‘highlight’ function to focus on important parts of text in the stimulus material.
- Appropriate Marking: mark the suitable answer only. Be relaxed while marking. Don’t be in hurry. Read through all the alternative answers to a question. Eliminating wrong answers right away, and then concentrating on remaining choices.
- Review :Use the review button to flag questions you would like to return to later
No marks are deducted for a wrong answer.
By following the above mentioned tips, you surely will rock the ISAT. All the best!