Candidates should note that all correspondence will be conducted via email. It is ESSENTIAL that candidates can provide and have access to a valid, functional email address.
Have your email address and credit card in hand before logging into the registration system.
You must have at least 12 calendar months between sittings of ISAT. This re-sit rule applies to test takers from 2nd April 2013.
For candidates attempting a second sitting of ISAT, you will not be permitted to register for a sitting of ISAT that is within 12 months of your last date of sitting. If you sit the test within 12 months all registration fees paid will be forfeited and the results from the second sitting of ISAT will be immediately withdrawn. The candidate will not be permitted to sit the test again until 12 months after the last sitting.
You must use your full formal name as per your passport or other official identity documentation. Your name should be registered for the ISAT test exactly as it is used to apply to universities or admissions centres. This is an important element of matching test results and university applications.
In Australia, names are described in different ways on documentation:
The family name is sometimes called “surname” or “last name”.
The given names are sometimes called “first name” and “second name”; the second name is also sometimes called “middle name”.
The fields in the Prometric registration system are called “First name”, “Middle name” and “Last name”.
If you have an anglicised given name, as well as Asian given names, it is suggested you record the anglicised name as your middle name. See example below:
The “REGISTER HERE” link below will take you to the Prometric registration site. We recommend that you print the following instructions.
Once in the Prometric registration site, you must take a series of steps:
REGISTER HERE (Do not forget to use your full official name when registering!)