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Test your students' English and set some goals

To help learners achieve their goals, it’s useful to first find out where they are right now to help them plan for where they want to get to. 75 more words


This year's ELT Journal debate

ELT Journal are holding their annual debate at IATEFL in Manchester on Monday 13 April 2015. This year’s motion is Language testing does more harm than good. 279 more words


Australia announces new English language tests

Applicants for Australian visas will now have more choice in English language testing with the addition of two new assessment options, the Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Michaelia Cash, announced today. 237 more words


Fee waivers for new submissions to Language Testing in Asia

Language Testing in Asia (LTA) is a peer-reviewed open access academic journal, published by Springer. As implied by its name, the journal focuses on proficiency testing (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC), high stakes national university entrance tests, and other evaluation methods, with particular reference to Asian contexts. 118 more words


Testing systems in not native language

Just imagine how frustrating is to click on the button Delete when you think it means Continue and all important data is gone? Or when you want to cancel your action and actually it is confirmed? 354 more words

Software Testing

ACER Testing

Aujourd’hui quelques-uns étudiants et moi faisons le “Certificate 2 or 3, assessment of language competence test”. C’est un petit peu difficile mais j’ai compris la plupart de la langue. 9 more words

World's top universities recognise Cambridge English exams

Almost 95 per cent of the world’s top universities now accept Cambridge English exams as proof of English language skills. The universities, all included in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, recognise a range of Cambridge English exams including Cambridge English: Advanced, Cambridge English: Proficiency and IELTS. 83 more words