We offer language proficiency tests in line with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. These consist of the following two elements:
The person’s language proficiency level is estimated partly using a written test. The aim is to evaluate the extent of their knowledge and the situations in which they can communicate in a foreign language.
In an oral test, the speaker is given multiple structured questions – and depending on the answers, more complex questions can be asked. During such tests, less attention is given to in-depth knowledge of grammar, with the main focus on the speaker’s ability to communicate in the foreign language.
Fully technically correct phrasing is not the most important indicator of proficiency in a language, with the evaluation criteria including:
Detailed criteria for levels of language proficiency are set out in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.