Placements Tests" links to check the level of your students
Posted by Marine - 17 Oct. 2019 - Teaching Articles

What do you think?

Which of the links is better for checking the level of the students?

Beginner, Pre-intermediate, Intermediate,
Young learners (ages 1-4), Primary school (ages 5-10), Middle school (ages 11-14), High school (ages 15-18),
General English,

  • Анастасія I agree that many people have plans to learn English x a lot of useful things on your website I also want to say that in order to learn English you need to take at least courses I have an excellent command of spoken English thanks to the English language school
  • KWAGA Hey I am an English tutor
  • Nicola Marie Hey, I would use Cambridge. I have taken a few language proficiency tests. Mostly due to the interview stage of applying for TEFL work, as well as to apply for my TEFL course. I have taken the Oxford test as well. My proficiency level is C2 each time. I tried both of your links, and got C2 on Cambridge, but C1 on the British Council. My decision isn't based on ego, but based upon analytical reason. If one has a constant score of "High Proficiency", Then a level has been set. So if one has scored under that level in one test, it must be that the test is faulty. I am not saying I am right, but I like to analyze things before making decisions. Plus Oxford and Cambridge kind of set a high level in English proficiency, So I would lean towards their thoughts, rather than the British Council.
  • Muhammad i scored 19 in younger

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