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Our Solutions

Language Assessment

Trusted, reliable and recognized tests track your progress

Bridge offers two verified solutions that provide language learners with the insights they need to best understand their current level and to set realistic learning objectives.

Tests offered by Bridge include business English-specific exams, as well as general and academic English assessments.

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WHY CHOOSE LEVEL TEST?

The test assesses all four language skills in 30 minutes. Results are delivered in just 20 minutes.

Quick and straightforward to use, Level Test helps start learning quickly and smoothly.

Level Test is aligned to the Global Scale of English (GSE).

Various Level Test manuals from GSE and Pearson
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WHY CHOOSE Versant?

Employs robust security measures

Used for employment and recruitment and other instances when security is required

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The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

 

Bridge uses the internationally recognized CEFR standard for describing language abilities, which describes language proficiency on a six-point scale from A1 for beginners up to C2 for native mastery of the language. At Bridge, we use the CEFR to interpret language test results, track learners long-term progress and define learning objectives.

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We also work with learners to measure their progress on a more micro level using the Global Scale of English.

The first truly global English language standard

Global Scale of English

 

Teachers are able to use a common framework from which to measure learner progress on a local, national or international level – one which provides tools that guide them in identifying areas for focus and creating appropriate lesson content.

Learners benefit by having a clear understanding of what needs to be mastered at each CEFR level, keeping them motivated.

The GSE helps learners answer:
How good is my English?
Am I progressing?
What do I need to do next?
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About language testing options offered by Bridge

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