An EnglishCentral teacher will assess your English level via an online conversation using Zoom or Skype. In this conversation, you will answer several personal questions and you might have to perform a couple of exercises. Read this article to prepare yourself for the Level Test.
At Spot On Learning, we offer English Tests and English Language Programs to help international teams communicate better. Together with our testing partner EnglishCentral, we will assess your English level and if needed, help you reach the required level. Spot On Learning and EnglishCentral are both independent parties.
The Online Level Test is a 20-minute session with a tutor who is able to talk to learners of all levels. In the Level Test, you will be asked several questions to assess your English Level. Based on how well you can answer the specific questions,
During the Zoom or Skype conversation, you will discuss several subjects:
After doing the Level Test you'll receive a Level Test report with personal recommendations. In this plan you can find your current English level which represents the average of your scores different aspects of your language proficiency like your speaking, listening, vocabulary and pronunciation.
Click here to view a sample of a Level Test report.
You'll receive an email once your final CEFR score is determined and uploaded to your my.spotonlearning.eu account, go to this article to see where you can find your final result. It'll be made available within 3 working days. You can read more about the interpretation of your score, once you receive it, in this article: How is my Online Level Test score related to my CEFR level?
After you have done your level test you will receive your Level Test score. The Level Test score will be numbered between 1 and 100 and can be mapped to 7 levels on EnglishCentral. You can also deduce your CEFR Level from this score.
This depends on the level you start at and how fast you learn. To reach the next level/scale of the CEFR system, you will work on courses we arrange for you. Depending on how you work on EnglishCentral, how many hours you put in, you will either level up faster or more slowly.