Hear what our past test-takers say about the Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam
Pearson really opens extra avenues with [its] 'one exam-many opportunities' philosophy. Those who want to grow high in their career by getting admission into the best institutes/universities should take this exam. It really helped me a lot. Thank you, Pearson.
My experience taking the exam online was a positive one overall and incredibly convenient. The questions were challenging and engaging and I felt it adequately tested my critical-thinking abilities.
—Abel Mathew Joby
I would like to thank Pearson for conducting a fair and unbiased examination. Thanks to the omission of pen-and-paper from this exam, along with prompt proctoring, the test was conducted with relatively minimal inconvenience. The sheer quantity and quality of participating institutions in this exam were enough for me to enroll for it. This SAT-like test pattern allowed me to play to my strengths and secure an adequate score for getting into my most preferred college, along with the choicest branch. In addition, the test pattern is in line with the recommendations of the NEP 2020. Overall, it was a pleasant experience.
—Saraf Harith Sai
I took the Pearson Undergraduate Exam in July 2021. It was a good experience, especially taking it [in] the comfort of my home, while being constantly monitored by the proctor, giving the feel of a real test. The test consisted of mathematical reasoning, aptitude, English language, and essay sections, which were equally challenging and fun to attempt. There were quite a number of questions that made me think and analyse, which is absolutely necessary [for] various undergraduate courses across the country. It showed the necessity of lateral thinking and how a question doesn't have a single method of approach. Moreover, the online mode was convenient and the access to the test was made in a simple, organised way. Results appear at that moment itself. It was very user-friendly. It was a great experience and I recommend everyone willing to apply for various colleges and universities to take this test.