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ESOE online English testWe are pleased to announce the arrival of our new online English test. The test is a perfect way to check your level of English before you arrive at the school. The test is comprised of 50 multiple choice questions that test your understanding of English and, at the end of the test, we give you a level from Beginner to Advanced or A1 to C2 on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). 

Once you know your English level you can see which English courses are suitable for you. For example if your level is A2/ Pre-intermediate then General English or Study Year Programme are good courses to choose.

For different levels, ESOE provides a wide range of courses and examinations to help you achieve the English language qualifications you need Examination courses such as Cambridge Preliminary English Test (PET), Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) or Cambridge Advanced English (CAE). IELTS is useful if you are planning to study at a university in the United Kingdom

ESOE’s online English test is designed to give you an approximate idea of your level of English to help you choose a course. If you would like a more detailed and accurate assessment, please contact us.

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Hello Carol, thanks for your comment. We can help you! I will write you an email :) - Rebecca
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i want to learn english language. can u help me pls. thank you.
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Thanks for sharing this valuable information. Online english test is such a good thing to test improvements in your english learning.
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