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You must know...
It is the European standard, also used in other countries, which serves to measure the level of comprehension, oral and written expression in a language. It is divided into 6 levels.
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is an English test for professionals who do not have that language as their mother tongue. It measures the skills and competencies of workers in their work environment. This test is performed by ETS (Educational Testing Service), a US company based in Princeton (New Jersey) since 1979.
The Official Schools of Languages (EEOOII) of Spain make up a vast network of official centers of non-university level dedicated to the specialized teaching of modern languages. The EEOOII are centres dependent on the Ministries of Education of the different Autonomous Communities and are framed within the centers of special regime.
The TOEFL test (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a standardized test of proficiency in the American English language, specifically aimed at non-native speakers of this language. As a standard, this test is accepted by many academic institutions and English speaking professionals around the world, in a similar way to its British counterpart, the IELTS. In the case of the TOEFL, the scores obtained are valid for two years, at the end of which the test must be performed again to renew its validity.
The ESOL exams (English for Speakers of Other Languages) of the University of Cambridge. They are the diplomas issued by this institution that evaluate the knowledge of the English language of non-native people.
(International English Language Testing System: international English test system ') is an English test. It is managed jointly by the ESOL exams of the University of Cambridge, the British Council and IDP Education Australia.
The ALTE (Association of Language Examiners of Europe) was founded by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with the University of Salamanca so the first exams related to Cambridge EFL exams. However, many examining boards nowadays link their exams to the system.
What does each level imply?
The student is able to understand and use everyday expressions of very frequent use as well as simple phrases designed to satisfy immediate needs. They can present yourself and others, ask for and give basic personal information about your home, your belongings and the people you know. They can communicate in an elementary way as long as the speaker speaks slowly and clearly and is willing to cooperate.
The student is able to understand phrases and expressions of frequent use related to areas of experience that are especially relevant to them (basic information about themselves and their family, purchases, places of interest, occupations, etc.). Knows how to communicate when carrying out simple and daily tasks that do not require more than simple and direct exchanges of information on issues that are known or common. Can describe in simple terms aspects of their past and their environment as well as issues related to their immediate needs.
The student is able to understand the main points of clear texts and in standard language if they deal with issues that are known to them, whether in work, study or leisure situations. Knows how to handle most of the situations that may arise during a trip through areas where the language is used. The student is able to produce simple and coherent texts on topics that are familiar to them or in which they have a personal interest. They can describe experiences, events, wishes and aspirations, as well as briefly justify their opinions or explain their plans.
The student is able to understand the main ideas of complex texts that deal with both concrete and abstract issues, even if they are of a technical nature, as long as they are within their field of specialization. Can relate to native speakers with a sufficient degree of fluency and ease so that communication is carried out effortlessly by any of the interlocutors. They can produce clear and detailed texts on diverse topics as well as defend a point of view on general topics indicating the pros and cons of the different options.
The student is able to understand a wide variety of extensive texts and with a certain level of demand, as well as to recognise implicit meanings in them. They know how to express themselves in a fluid and spontaneous way without obvious signs of effort to find the right expression. They can make flexible and effective use of the language for social, academic and professional purposes. They can produce clear, well structured and detailed texts on subjects of a certain complexity, showing a correct use of the mechanisms of organization, articulation and cohesion of the text.
The student is able to easily understand practically everything they hear or read. They know how to reconstruct information and arguments from different sources, either in spoken or written language, and present them in a coherent and summarized manner. They can express themselves spontaneously, with great fluency and with a degree of precision that allows them to differentiate small nuances of meaning even in situations of greater complexity.