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Level exam

The level’s exams are designed to test all of the contents in an evaluative test before starting the course.

  • Duration: 45-60 minutes
  • Template:
  • Extent: Minimum 30; Recommended 36; Maximum 42
  • Distribution:
    • 4-8 theory’s quizzes (fill in the gaps/multiple choice…);
    • 4-6 Drag and Drop;
    • 6-12 Fill in the gaps;
    • 4-6 Others (Mark the words…;)
    • 2-4 Multiple choice;
  • Single choice until we get to 36 exercises.

The quizzes of this exercise are a compilation of previously offered exercises with some small changes.

Level’s exams will contain exercises from all levels (in equal parts) previous to the one we are accessing with the exam. For example:

  • There is no exam to gain access to the A1 level. There will be however an A1 exam to test the student’s knowledge.
  • To gain access to the A2 level, there is a level’s exam based on the content of the A1 level;
  • To gain access to the B1 level, there is a level’s exam based on the content of the A1 and A2 levels;
  • To gain access to the B2 level, there is a level’s exam based on the content of the A1, A2 and B1 levels;
  • To gain access to the C1 level, there is a level’s exam based on the content of the A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels.

Final exams

The level’s exercises are designed to test all of the contents in an evaluation test at the end of the course.

The quizzes of this exercise are a compilation of previously offered exercises.

  • Duration: 60-80 minutes
  • Template:
  • Extent: Minimum 36; Recommended 48; Maximum 54
  • Distribution:
    • 6-12 theory’s quizzes (fill in the gaps/multiple choice…);
    • 6-9 Drag and Drop;
    • 5-15 Fill in the gaps;
    • 6-9 Others (Mark the words…;
    • 3-6 Multiple choice;
    • Single choice until we get to 48 exercises.
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