No, it has NOT as of 7/ Nov/2022. However, there has been some changes in the format of the PTE test score report. This post will discuss this topic.
The good news
The good news is that the PTE overall test format has not changed ever since its last update back in November 2021. The major change at the time was the omission of the ten-minute break at the end of the Reading module and before the Listening module. Also the number of questions in most test items got axed by almost 50%. This meant the test overall time was reduced from around 3 hours to two hours and fifteen minutes.
The bad news
The bad news is that some parameters such as Pronunciation, Oral fluency, Grammar, Written discourse, Spelling and Vocabulary that used to appear on the PTE candidates’ score report card are now replaced by other parameters.
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