Frequently asked questions

The test dates for SAT are at the back of the bulletin, please check to see which test date meets your plan and ensure you submit your forms before each given registration deadline.

By closed Center, we mean a school that Administers’ SAT tests for the students of that school only. They do not admit any other candidates and no external candidate is sent to the center to write.

SAT scores that qualify you for scholarship is dependent on each institution, you need to confirm what scores are required from the schools that you are applying to. But for us as an organization we encourage you to study hard and score not less than 1800 to stand a good chance.

Gre paper based test are usually fixed at specific dates by Gre, please visit the Gre website or check the back of the bulletin for more information on test dates.

If you have computer phobia, we will encourage you to get over it because for now we don’t have paper based test for toefl, and for you who want to go abroad to study, you will have to depend on the computer to do most of your school work.

There are 13 test centers in Nigeria some of which are closed centers, spread across major cities in Nigeria, Lagos, Ibadan, Osun, Kwara, Benin, Aba, Enugu, Port-Harcourt, Abuja, Kaduna, and Jos.

Yes you can register a candidate who wants to test in Nigeria from abroad.

Only candidates that have completed a four year degree program can qualify to write the Gre exams, this is necessary if you choose to pursue a post graduate program in the United States.

Download a form click make payment at the bank and return your form and teller to our office. Register very early as there is limited space.

GRE is taken at chosen days of the week mostly weekends now. We advise that you register at least 20 days before your chosen test date.

ETS is known all over the world and covers accredited universities in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

Test centers are only located in Lagos and Abuja. For more information visit www.ets.org/gre