Up until now, you were usually required to cram in as much as possible and prepare for an ultra-high stakes exam where an all-skills test would make or break your future dreams and aspirations. We think otherwise.
LanguageCert revolutionises the way language skills are tested, by breaking down the exam into standalone or combined skills, so that candidates are assessed on what they actually need. We call this TrueSkills Testing.
What is TrueSkills Testing?
There are 4 language skills mapped to CEFR*. These are Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.
In real-life scenarios, people need a particular set of skills more than another in order to serve specific purposes, whether for work, studies or everyday life. TrueSkills Testing has been designed to help assess these skills in a modular way, as and when you are ready, or offer them to you combined into sets to suit your needs.
We issue you a certificate for each skill or set of skills you succeed in and, best of all, you save significant time, effort and money when you pass an exam.
To understand the value of TrueSkills Testing, take a look at the following example:
Marie feels confident in her English listening, reading and writing skills, but not so much in her speaking skills yet. She decides to take LanguageCert International ESOL C2 Written exam and gets her certificate. She uses this certificate to land a job at a major corporation.
A few months later, Marie has worked on her speaking skills, takes LanguageCert International ESOL C2 Spoken exam and gets her certificate of achievement.
If Marie had taken her exam with another language qualifications provider, she might have failed the entire exam because of her speaking skills, and the lack of an exam on the market that would be able to assess the skills she was more competent in.
This is the revolution of LanguageCert.
*Common European Framework of Reference