Anglia Ruskin University Ranking

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Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) is a public university in East Anglia, United Kingdom. It has its origins in the Cambridge School of Art, founded by William John Beamont in 1858. It became a university in 1992 and was renamed after John Ruskin in 2005. It is one of the post-1992 universities.

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Anglia Ruskin has 39,400 students worldwide and has campuses in Cambridge, Chelmsford, Peterborough and London. It also shares campuses with the College of West Anglia in King’s Lynn, Wisbech and Cambridge and partnerships with universities from the around the world including Berlin, Budapest, Trinidad, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. There are four faculties of study at the university: Faculty of Business and Law, Faculty of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine & Social Care and Faculty of Science & Engineering. The university’s Lord Ashcroft International Business School (LAIBS) in Cambridge and Chelmsford is one of the largest business schools in the East of England. In 2019, the School of Medicine was formally opened at its Chelmsford campus by Prince Edward, Duke of Kent.

Upcoming IELTS Classes in Sharjah

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Below is a schedule of upcoming IELTS Classes in Sharjah.

During these sessions, we use example questions to teach you how to tackle the different sections of the IELTS test effectively. We also use class time to brush up on basic concepts, rules and techniques.

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ACT CBT Test Dates Dubai Sharjah Abu Dhabi UAE

ACT Computer Based Test Dates and Test Centers Dubai Sharjah Abu Dhabi UAE

ACT CBT Test Dates & Test Centers Dubai Sharjah Abu Dhabi UAE: Not all centers are scheduled to test on every test date. If you’re a student with a disability and want to request accommodations, create an ACT web account, or log in to an existing account, and register for a test date.

ACT CBT Test Dates and Test Centers in Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah UAE
ACT Test Date ACT Test Registration Deadline (Late Fee Required)
September 7-8, 2018 August 10, 2018 August 11-31, 2018
October 26-27, 2018 September 28, 2018 September 29-October 19, 2018
December 7-8, 2018 November 2, 2018 November 3-30, 2018
February 8-9, 2019 January 11, 2019 January 12-February 1, 2019
April 12-13, 2019 March 8, 2019 March 9-April 5, 2019
June 7-8, 2019 May 3, 2019 May 4-31, 2019


ACT Test Dates & Centers Dubai Sharjah Abu Dhabi UAE.


ACT Test Dates and Test Centers in Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah UAE
Test Center Location Test Dates
Beach Rotana Hotel (ConnecME) Abu Dhabi 09-SEP-17




New York Uni Abu Dhabi (ConnecME) Abu Dhabi 28-OCT-17



Collegiate Amer Sch (ConnecME) Dubai 09-SEP-17





Dubai Intl Academy (ConnecME) Dubai 28-OCT-17



Nord Anglia Intl School Connecme Dubai 09-DEC-17



Continuing Educ Ctr (ConnecME) Sharjah 09-DEC-17




IELTS Coaching Classes Sharjah Dubai Abu Dhabi

IELTS  Coaching Classes Sharjah Dubai Abu Dhabi UAE

International English Language Testing System is for academic and immigration purposes to countries such as UK, Canada, Australia, USA and New Zealand.  The test can be taken on most weekends throughout the year. You can resit the test as many times you wish, however it is advised to appear for maximum 2 attempts in a month.

There are two types of test:

Academic IELTS: Almost every weekend (Study Purposes)

General IELTS: Almost every alternate weekend (Immigration Purposes)

Scoring Pattern: between 1 and 9 overall (each section also between 1 and 9)

Test Fee in UAE = 286$ or 1,050 AED

IELTS UKVI (UK VISA and Immigration) – has been recently introduced by the UK department   for education mandating that student has to take IELTS UKVI for the UK Universities and subsequently to apply for a Tier 4 student VISA. ALl the other components remain same.

Test Fee in UAE = 286$ or 1,050 AED

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To Join IELTS Exam preparation Classes Sharjah Dubai Abu Dhabi UAE Call : 052 496 7336.

IELTS Crash Course Dubai Abu Dhabi

IELTS Weekend Crash Course in Dubai & Abu Dhabi

Brighter Prep is offering candidates a dynamic and intensive 8 hours Academic and General IELTS Weekend Course, especially designed to assist those who may not have much time to prepare, but still require effective training for the General and Academic IELTS exam.


The class is taught by a highly qualified and experienced native speaker of English teacher, who has helped many students pass the test with confidence and success. The two day course covers the Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening modules, where candidates will learn the special techniques and strategies to maximize their chances of obtaining their desired band for university entrance or immigration goals.

 Reading

During the Reading workshop, students will learn all the different types of IELTS questions and the best strategies to get the right answer.

 Writing

Once candidates attend this workshop, not only will they be able to confidently answer the 2 writing tasks, but they will also become proficient writers for life with the help of a specially designed template the teacher has created.

 Speaking

This module can be the easiest for students, but it can also be the hardest for those who find speaking a challenge. After just a couple of hours of practice, though, your stage fright will disappear and you will be speaking with confidence.

 Listening

Usually, if a person is a good speaker, the listening module can pose a problem particularly if spelling is mediocre. However, during this module, the teacher will strengthen candidates’ listening skills and provide spelling handouts and tips.

The course will take place over one weekend, Friday and Saturday, from 9.00am to 1.00pm

BMAT Course in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

The Bio Medical Admissions Test (BMAT)

BMAT is an admissions test for applicants to Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Bio medical Science and Dentistry courses at certain universities. BMAT is a 2-hour, pen-and-paper test.

Following colleges in the UK and internationally require students to take the BMAT

Brighton and Sussex Medical School A100 Medicine
Imperial College London A100 Medicine
A109 Graduate Medicine (5 year course)
B900 Biomedical Science (3 year course)
B9N2 Biomedical Science with Management (4 year course)
Lancaster University A100 Medicine
Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (Singapore) Medicine: MBBS degree jointly awarded by Imperial College London and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Royal Veterinary College D100 Veterinary Medicine (*)
D101 Veterinary Medicine with Intercalated Year (*)
University College London A100 Medicine
University of Cambridge A100 Medicine
D100 Veterinary Medicine
University of Leeds A100 Medicine
A200 Dentistry
University of Oxford A100 Medicine
A101 Graduate Medicine
BC98 Biomedical Sciences

If you are considering applying to any of the colleges mentioned above, you will have to take BMAT. We will have only one BMAT course starting from 20th Sept’15 to 22nd Oct’15.

About the Test – 

The Bio Medical Admissions Test (BMAT) is an admissions test for applicants to Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Bio medical Science and Dentistry courses at certain universities. BMAT is a 2-hour, pen-and-paper test.

 Test Date : 4th Nov’15v

 Registration: 1st Sept to 1st oct’15

 Results: 25th Nov’15

 Test Fees : £ 74.00


Section 1: Aptitude and Skills   (60 Mins)

  1. Problem Solving – 30 Minutes (13 Questions) – 2 Classes
  2. Data Analysis & Inference – 15 Minutes (12 Questions)  1- Class
  3. Understanding Argument – 15 Minutes (10 Questions) 2- Classes

(Identify reasons, assumptions and conclusions , detect flaws, draw conclusions.)

Section-2 : Scientific Knowledge and Applications  (30 Minutes)

  1. Biology – 8 Minutes (6-8 Questions) 1- Class
  2. Chemistry – 8 Minutes (6-8 Questions) 1- Class
  3. Physics -8 Minutes (6-8 Questions) 1- Class
  4. Mathematics – 6 Minutes (5-7 Questions) 1- Class

Section-3 : Writing Task – (30 Minutes)  1- Class

Test Centre Details in the UAE :

Dubai International Academy (DIA)

British Council Abu Dhabi

British Council Dubai


If you plan to take BMAT please register for the test as soon as possible, register begins tomorrow on September 1st 2015, you can log on to –

If you plan to take the classes for BMAT at Brighter Prep, please register with Donita ( OR Marwan ( by or beforeSeptember 5th 2015 or you can call 050 877 8589.

GMAT Math Questions

GMAT Math Questions

There are a lot of rumors around the web about the GMAT quantitative section. Some of which are true, while some are blatantly wrong. Lets break some of the false myths about the GMAT quantitative section.

1. I need to know super math skills to crack the GMAT Math section

GMAT Math is all about logic and reasoning. Math is just a camouflage which is used to veil the logic in the question. All the questions will show that you need some hard formulas however it is not the case.

Let us take an example.

What is the sum of 11 terms of the sequence -243, -81, -27 ….?

You can answer this question using a formula or you can use logic. If we observe then the terms will look

like the following:

-243, -81, -27, -9, -3, 0, 3, 9, 27, 81, 243

All the terms will cancel one another and we will be left with zero. Applying the formula would take longer and you might make a mistake in the application.

2. All I got in the quant section was data sufficiency

In GMAT Quantitative section data sufficiency comprises 40 to 45 % of the test. So you will encounter more problem solving questions than data sufficiency questions. Data sufficiency is likely to be test more on higher level.

3. If I do well on Quant section my verbal section will be tough

GMAT Quantitative section has no effect on the GMAT verbal section. You can score maximum on quant and minimum on the GMAT verbal.

4. Top scorers don’t guess

Guessing is an important part of GMAT. You won’t be able to solve all the questions and sometimes you will be stuck. The best way to move forward will be to take an educated guess.

5. All GMAT questions count equally toward your score

GMAT is a computer adaptive test which means you will be penalized the most when you get an easy question wrong and appreciated most when you get a hard question right. The score depends on the level of difficulty of the question.

IELTS Test Preparation Tips in Dubai & Abu Dhabi, UAE.

IELTS Academic/General reading practice Tips :

Look out for the title, headings and any special features such as capital letters, underlining, italics, figures, graphs and tables

Map a short summary of the passage – in other words write the content of the paragraph in the margin in summary – 3 or 4 words – this will help you find where to look in the reading for answers

Make sure that you understand the questions and follow instructions carefully – try to paraphrase the answer in your mind

Pay attention to timing; do not spend too long on one passage or question – try to stick to 15 – 20- 25 timing in order to maximise the chance to finish the test as it is a progressive test – meaning each section gets harder

Do not try and read every word; remember, you are reading for a purpose – skim for general purpose of the passage/paragraph        scan for specific information – looking for key words – remember to look for synonyms not the same words and remember in this it may be a negative antonym

If you do not know the answer to a question, attempt it but do not waste time; move quickly onto the next one

Do not panic if you do not know anything about the subject of the text; everything is in the text right before your eyes – no knowledge needed.

Do not assume anything – if it is not there, it is not there – do not use your own experience here.

The words you use must be taken from the reading text; you must not change the form of the words in the text

Do not worry if there is a word that you do not understand – look at the sentence before and the sentence after and see if you can work out the meaning or the general idea or look for explanations within the text itself

Be careful to use singular and plural correctly

Focus precisely on what you are asked to do in ‘completion’ type questions

If the question asks you to complete the note ‘in the…’ and the correct answer is ‘evening’, just use ‘evening’ as your answer; note that ‘in the evening’ would be incorrect

Pay attention to the word limit; for example, if you are asked to complete a sentence using no more than two words, if the correct answer is ‘silk shirt’, the answer ‘shirt made of silk’ would be incorrect

Read lots of books – start your own little dictionary – if you don’t understand a word – look it up and find 4 synonyms and 2 antonyms for the same word – now you have learned 7 words instead of 1 – the main idea is to improve your vocabulary

Do crossword puzzles; play scrabble; boggle or other word games – Western speakers have 15000 head words      here in the Middle East you have 2000 head words ( Most commonly used words)     This deficit in vocabulary is what makes it hard for ESL to understand the questions

Attempt all questions; there are no penalties for incorrect answers, so you have nothing to lose

Check your answers

Check your spelling – spelling mistakes are counted as incorrect


IELTS Academic/General Listening practice Tips :

If you cannot hear the audio clearly, let a member of staff know straight away

Concentrate on the speaker – do not let your thoughts wander to the next section or on unrelated thoughts

Only concentrate on the section of questions the speaker mentions  –   no further.

Follow the instructions carefully;    they may be different to  the practice tests

Listen for the specific information you want

Ary and anticipate what the speaker will say  – look at the words around the gap to see if you can guess what is needed – a name    a number      a time    a place

Do not worry if there is a word you do not understand – try to use the sentence before and sentence after the word to see if you can work out the meaning or get a general idea at least

If you do not know the answer to a question, attempt it but do not waste time; move quickly onto the next one

Do not panic if you think the topic is too difficult or the speaker is too fast –  try to relax

Read, write and listen at the same time ( put the notes in the corresponding section so that if you miss a question the answer may be there)

If you miss a question – DO NOT PANIC – simply listen for the next question and  continue the test – if you have been taking notes then the answer you missed may be in the notes and you can simply add the answer when you transpose the answers to the answer sheet.

Focus precisely on what you are asked to do in completion type questions

Pay attention to the word limit; for example, if you are asked to complete a sentence using no more than two words, if the correct answer is ‘leather coat’, the answer ‘coat made of leather’ would be incorrect

If the question asks you to complete the note ‘in the…’ and the correct answer is ‘morning’, note that ‘in the morning’ would be incorrect; the correct answer is ‘morning’

Attempt all questions; there are no penalties for incorrect answers

Check your spelling and grammar – if it is spelt wrong it is wrong


IELTS Academic/General Writing practice Tips :


Spend 5 minutes to write a plan of what you need to say  – this helps keep the writing organised

Analyse each task properly and make sure you understand the question

Answer all parts of the question – do not leave out anything mentioned in the instructions

Highlight or underline key words in the tasks to make sure that you focus on what you have to do

Set the writing out in paragraphs clearly; put one idea in each paragraph

Do not repeat ideas using different words – you will not get any extra marks for this

Do not copy whole sentences from the question – you will receive no marks for this – instead put the iquestion in your own words

Stay focused on the topic ; do not write about unrelated subjects as this will not score you marks

Manage your time; remember, Task 2 is worth twice as much as Task 1

Spend approximately 20 minutes on Task 1 and approximately 40 minutes on Task 2

Write at least 150 words for Task 1 and at least 250 words for Task 2 under this will result in lower marks

Learn to recognise how long 150 and 250 words look in your handwriting; you will not have time to count during the test

Write your answers in ENGLISH   and in full sentences. Use compound complex and simple sentences ; answers written in note form or in bullet points will lose marks

Pay attention to spelling, grammar and punctuation; you will lose marks for mistakes

Avoid informal language – do not use contractions like : I’ll ; we’ll   can’t   etc

Do not memorise model answers; examiners are trained to recognise them and your test will be invalid

Make sure you spend 5 minutes  re-reading and correcting any grammar/spelling mistakes in your answers


IELTS Academic/General Speaking practice Tips :


Pretend that the examiner is your friend and he/she has asked you this question –

Relax, be confident and enjoy using your English – speak like you would to your friend

Look at the examiner in a friendly manner – not like he is the enemy

Try to talk as much as you can – as fluently as possible and be spontaneous

When you give an answer tell a little more about it  – for example when asked “Where do you live”   the answer of “Dubai “  is not good.  “  I live in Dubai which is the 2nd largest city and Emirate in the UAE” is a much more acceptable answer.

Check out the You-Tube Tips for IELTS Speaking Section 1   2   and   3

Speak more than the examiner – do not wait for the examiner to prompt you to talk

Take notes in the second section so that if you have a mind blank you have something to jog your memory

Ask for clarification if necessary  – if you do not understand just say “ Could you repeat that please – I didn’t hear it” – or “ Could you rephrase that – I don’t quite understand the question”

Do not memorize answers; the examiner is trained to spot this and will change the question

Express your opinions;  don’t be afraid – there is no right or wrong answer here – you will be assessed on your ability to communicate

The examiner’s questions tend to be fairly predictable – look and see what kind of questions they ask

Practise at home and record yourself so you can listen to your faults – for example saying uhmmmmmm  or   ehrrrrrrrrr    all the time.  Remember    it is 14 minutes only  …………….      Do not panic


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