With 1 in 3 students scoring in the 90th percentile for the ISAT, Prep Zone Academy is proud to be Asia’s #1 ISAT preparation centre since 2006. With a team of veteran ISAT trainers and a host of in-house ISAT roadmaps and practice questions, we are here to help you ace the ISAT with confidence.



About the ISAT

The ISAT consists of 100 questions in 3 hours. ISAT is computer-based. There are no sections and breaks so it can be slightly exhausting. The ISAT is designed to test a student’s quantitative and critical reasoning skills. There are two sections. The Quantitative section and the Critical Reasoning section.

The quantitative section consists of data representation, logical reasoning and graphical interpretation. The critical reasoning section tests comprehension skills, image interpretation, quote analysis and debates.

These are the schools requiring the ISAT for admissions:

Flinders University – International undergraduate pathway
Monash University, Melbourne – Undergraduate Medicine
Monash University, Malaysian campus – Undergraduate Medicine
University of Limerick – Occupational Therapy
University of Limerick – Speech and Language Therapy
University of New South Wales (UNSW) – Undergraduate Medicine
University of Queensland – Medicine
University of Queensland – Dental Science
University of Tasmania – Undergraduate Medicine (Faculty of Medicine link)
University of Tasmania – Undergraduate Medicine – 2 (International students link)
University of Western Australia (UWA) – International Student Pathway to graduate-entry Medicine & Dentistry
University of Western Sydney (UWS) -Undergraduate Medicine (Apply through the International Office)

Understanding ISAT Scores

The International Student Admissions Test (ISAT) is offered by Australian Council of Educational Research (ACER). It is a requirement for international students applying to medicine, dentistry, veterinary science and physiotherapy courses at a selection of Australian universities. The raw score is converted to a scaled score from 100 to 200. Based on the ISAT scores of some of our students and trainers we have noticed that a score of 179 corresponds to about the 81st percentile while a score of 191 roughly corresponds to the 99th percentile. Typically, you should aim for a score above the 80th percentile to be on the safe side and secure an interview with the school of your choice.

Hear what our past students have to say

The trainers were very patient and provided a lot of help and guidance. I had Olivia for my critical reasoning and Abhishek for my quantitative analysis. They gave me a lot of useful tips to take on not only the ISAT test but future tests as well. They were also very motivating and encouraging!

Charlotte Goh173

The course was very relevant and the teaching was spot on. Many of the types of questions which were focused on in class came out for the test itself. All four of my tutors were very very helpful, and there isn’t a doubt in my mind that prepzone had a large part to play in my results.

Mustafa Siddiqui191

I loved that the trainers advised me on what to take note of during the test and provided me with extra practices after the sessions so that I can work on them more at my own time. I also loved that they provided questions that were almost similar to the question types given at the actual assessment. Overall quite helpful!

Celestine Teo Yu Qing185

Loved it ! Amazing trainers and good advice!

Mia Langnier185

 ISAT Test Dates 2020

The International Student Admissions Test (ISAT) 2020 test dates are available during 4 9-day testing periods. With effect from May 2020, the ISAT testing cycle will no longer run from March to the following February like previous years.

  • Cycle 1: May 16 – May 24, 2020
  • Cycle 2: August 15 – August 23, 2020
  • Cycle 3: November 21 – November 29, 2020
  • Cycle 4: February 2021 (more information on the exact testing period will be released later this year)

During the ISAT registration process, candidates will be given the choice to select the test centre location, date and time. The ISAT can be taken at any time during the testing period/cycle. But do keep in mind, you can take the ISAT only once every 12 months. Once you take the test, your scores will remain valid for the next 2 years.

Our ISAT Prep Courses

Get Started With Us Today

We offer numerous ISAT course options to fit your needs. Our course options are flexible, and built around your needs. You can pick a course option that best fit your study style, schedule, and how thorough you would like the content to be delivered.

INDIVIDUAL ISAT COURSE -These individual sessions will help you to…

  • Build a solid foundation & understanding of the ISAT curriculum
  • Improve your weak areas
  • Work on the application of concepts learnt
  • Answer difficult questions
  • Improve on your time management skills
  • Best of all, the class schedule is completely controlled by you!

We are happy to answer any questions you have about our ISAT prep course. Call us at +919773300354 or +91 22 26053400 or simply fill in the form below and our course consultants will be in touch to provide you more details to help you start with your ISAT preparations!


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