The PlanetSpark Aptitude Test (PSAT) is a comprehensive evaluation of a candidate's aptitude and ability towards teaching communication skills to learners. The test is designed to measure a candidate's mastery of key skills and knowledge areas that are essential for success as a PlanetSpark teacher.

The PSAT consists of four sections:
  • 1- Our Testing Philosophy
  • 2- English Language Ability
  • 3- Reasoning and Mental Abilityy
  • 4- Child Development and Pedagogy
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Each section is designed to evaluate a specific aspect of a candidate's teaching aptitude and ability. The English Language Ability section assesses a candidate's proficiency in the language, while the English Grammar section evaluates their understanding of grammar rules and their ability to apply them. The Reasoning and Mental Ability section measures a candidate's critical thinking and problem-solving skills, while the Child Development and Pedagogy section assesses their understanding of child development and teaching methods. The PSAT is a proctored, online test that can be taken at the candidate's convenience. Upon completion of the test, candidates receive a percentile score for each section and an overall percentile score. The scores are used to determine a candidate's eligibility for the PlanetSpark teacher program. At PlanetSpark, we understand the importance of rigorous and fair testing for both candidates and students. Our PSAT is designed to provide a comprehensive evaluation of a candidate's teaching aptitude and ability, ensuring that we select only the best candidates to join our team of teachers. By taking the PSAT, candidates have the opportunity to demonstrate their teaching potential and show their commitment to delivering high-quality education to students around the world. .