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Wallangues


Be careful: in order to access the test, you must be a registered user.

Only adults (over 18) who live in Wallonia have access to that tool. The test focuses on the reading comprehension skills, but also on grammar and vocabulary. After completing the test you will find out your level based on the Common European Framework of Reference.

http://www.wallangues.be
 

Test podium

 

This test includes the following categories: Grammar, Listening comprehension and Reading comprehension.

Be careful: in order to access the test, you must be a registered user. You must assess your level in the target language. The test lasts for about 35 min. The level is announced at the end of the test. The level is not based on the Common European Framework of Reference.

testpodium

     

Oxford University Language Centre


Registration is not needed to access the test

The test allows the user to check in real-time whether a given answer is correct. The test focuses on the reading comprehension skills, but also on grammar and vocabulary. A state of knowledge and the privileged training course solution are provided according to the achieved score. The level is not based on the Common European Framework of Reference.

http://www.lang.ox.ac.uk/courses/tst_index.html

 

IIK Dusseldorf

 

Registration is not needed to access the test

The interface language used for the test is German.

The test focuses on grammar and vocabulary.

The level is not based on the Common European Framework of Reference.

The level is announced according to a system of marks which correspond to different levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced)

http://www.iik-duesseldorf.de/ctest/ctestenglish.txt.php3