The BUSSATs Journey
Showcase your talent & improve your performance at every stage
At Anglo Schools International Services (ASIS), we are dedicated to helping young people achieve their goals, both in terms of school and university placements and as they move into the world of work. We have developed a range of academic assessments and career tests to ensure that students are equipped to succeed at every level.
Working with top academic partners and professional bodies, we offer students the chance to take the British University and Secondary School Achievement Tests (BUSSATs) at a variety of stages ensuring they make the most of the educational opportunities available to them. Our tests help young people gain access to some of the best schools and universities in the UK, as well as indicating how their individual performance compares to the international standard. Our Career tests analyse in depth the skills required for successful entry to particular professions, such as medicine, law and engineering. We also offer a general “Fit for Work” assessment for school and university leavers.
BUSSATS for School Entry
Which is the right school for you?
Are you on the same academic level as your peer group?
The British Universities and Secondary Schools Achievement Tests (BUSSATs) measure the academic competency of students seeking entry to a UK school or university. BUSSATs not only enable students to gauge their academic level as compared to other students, they also represent an invaluable tool in the placement of students in UK private schools. Entry requirements for schools can vary widely and BUSSATs, together with Academic Performance Index (API) tests, facilitate the process of matching a pupil to the right school for them.
BUSSATs are an ideal way for schools, tutors and coaching centres to measure a student’s academic level and progress as well as the Value Added over a period of study.
BUSSATs Careers tests
FIT TO BE A DOCTOR?
Do you have what it takes to be a doctor?
“Fit to be a Doctor?” is a new careers assessment designed for 14 – 18 year olds considering a career in medicine. It examines both the academic and non-academic skills which medical schools look for when recruiting student doctors. Every year thousands of young people apply to study medicine in the UK, the United States and on English-speaking courses worldwide. However, many of these candidates are unsuccessful in gaining a place.
Fit to be a Doctor? analyses candidates’ individual strengths and highlights areas of personal development where there is room for improvement.