College entrance exam
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The term College entrance exam may refer to any standardized test which is needed in order for one to be considered eligible for application by a post-secondary institution. Such examinations may include
- SAT Reasoning Test, in the United States
- ACT, also in the United States
- The Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education, in Hong Kong
- Baccalauréat, the academic qualification examination in France
- Abitur, the academic qualification examination in Germany
- GCSE, in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
- IGCSE, administered by Cambridge International Examinations
- OSS (Student Selection and Placement System), the academic qualification and ranking exam in Turkey, where more than 1.7 Million students take each year
- Matura, the academic qualification examination in Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Switzerland
- TS ĐH-CĐ, in Vietnam
- Selectividad, in Spain
- CSAT(수능), in South Korea.
- Gaokao National College Entrance Examination, in China.
- National Center Test for University Admissions, in Japan
- SBMPTN, a competitive exam required to enroll in public universities in Indonesia.
- PSU Prueba de Selección Universitaria, in Chile
- ENEM Exame Nacional do Ensino Médio, in Brazil
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