List of Admission Tests To Colleges and Universities

This is a list of standardized tests that students may have to take for admissions to various Universities and Colleges. Tests of language proficiency are excluded here.

Only tests not included within a certain secondary schooling curriculum are listed. Thus, those tests initially focused on secondary-school-leaving, e.g., GCE A-Levels in the UK, or French Baccalaureate, are not listed here, although they function as the de facto admission tests in those countries (see list of secondary school leaving certificates).

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