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When you started our program, your coordinator added which CEFR level you need to achieve in order to pass the Level Test or Level Up Test. In this article, you'll find where you can view your required CEFR level.
In case you have scheduled your Level Test but somehow cannot make it to the requested time, you can always reschedule your Level Test anytime up to 1 hour prior to the scheduled time. If you miss your Level Test without rescheduling, your session will be marked as missed and noted in your account.
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The Level Up Test will be scheduled when you have completed the courses. After your Level Test we have determined your English level and you will be assigned three Social courses. When you have finished these courses, you are ready for your Level Up Test.
The most important thing for your Skype Level Test, is a Skype account. If you don't have one yet, don't worry. We will explain how to make your own Skype account (for free!).
The most important thing for your Skype Level Test, is your Skype ID. Without it, we are unable to invite you for the test. So if you already have a Skype account, and you also know what your Skype ID is, perfect!
If not, don't worry, we will guide you along the way.
When you have performed your Skype Level Test, we will upload your results after we did an extra quality check. We will e-mail you once we've uploaded the results to your my.spotonlearning.eu account.
Spot On Learning will send you reminders about all sorts of English Central features, but will also remind you to reach your target. If you want to finish the program in two months, it is important to study 12-15 videos per week.
The Level Test is designed to assess your current English level. During the conversation, you will be asked several questions and you will have to perform a couple of exercises. After the conversation, your personal learning plan (or Level Test report) will be drafted in which your English level is determined.