The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is an international language ability standard. It assigns a six-point scale to language ability, ranging from A1 for beginners to C2 for those who have mastered a language. The CEFR is broadly used in language teaching, both in public schools and private language schools. It also means that employers and educational institutions will be able to easily compare our credentials to those of other exams in their country. It is now becoming a global standard framework for language skills, particularly for European languages such as English.
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Testlify’s skill tests are designed by experienced SMEs (subject matter experts). We evaluate these experts based on specific metrics such as expertise, capability, and their market reputation. Prior to being published, each skill test is peer-reviewed by other experts and then calibrated based on insights derived from a significant number of test-takers who are well-versed in that skill area. Our inherent feedback systems and built-in algorithms enable our SMEs to refine our tests continually.
Frequently Asked Questions
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