Language Tests and Certificates
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Test your language skills and set yourself apart. Add your verified language certificate to your application and LinkedIn profile and get more job opportunities. You will receive your results and personal certificate immediately after taking one of our popular 45-minute tests.
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Aligned with internationally approved standards
All our language test scores are aligned to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
The CEFR was developed by the Council of Europe as a way of standardizing the levels of language exams in different regions. It is very widely used internationally and all important exams are mapped to the CEFR.
The CEFR organizes language proficiency in six levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2. These six reference levels (from Beginner to Proficiency) are widely accepted as the global standard for grading an individual’s language proficiency.
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You can feel confident that your scores reflect what you would receive on other tests like TOEFL and IELTS because our tests were built to the same standards of accuracy and reliability as other standardized language tests.
However, our tests are designed to fill a gap that none of the other high-stakes language tests currently fills – to give the user power over his/her own progress and to support language learning for everyone, regardless of their economic status, financial condition, or location. We remove these barriers by making our tests affordable and available online.
Finally, our tests are currently part of the few standardized language tests that accurately measure all skill levels – beginner to proficient – in one test iteration and in alignment with the internationally recognized standard, the CEFR. Most other standardized language tests are able to assess some proficiency levels, but not the entire CEFR scale.