The full form of PTE is the Pearson Test of English, normally referring to the academic version. It is also known as PTE-A, Pearson Academic, or Pearson Test of English Academic. PTE is a computer-based exam. It also provides online mock tests on Pearson PTE's website.
Read Aloud (RA) is one of the most difficult question types in PTE Speaking. Pronunciation and fluency are much more important in scoring than content. Try to keep your tone smooth and do not have unnatural pauses.
The Reading Multiple Choice Single Answer (MCS) question type accounts for only a very small proportion of marks in the overall Reading score. The most important technique for MCS is time management. Please complete each question of this type within 1 or 2 minutes. Otherwise, you will not have enough time for the more important FIB questions.
Summarize Spoken Text (SST) is actually a very simple question type in PTE. Focus on the grammar and spelling of your written answer. Content is actually not that important in scoring. Use APEUni's Summarize Spoken Text template to help you answer better.
Students in the PTE APEUni community will contribute the questions they encountered in their exams. Many of the real exam questions will have a high likelihood of repeating in the recent exams. PTE real test questions are collected and predicted on a weekly basis in APEUni.