LanguageCert USAL esPro FAQ
Why choose LanguageCert USAL esPro?
How is LanguageCert USAL esPro assessing Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking?
What can I use a LanguageCert USAL esPro certification for?
What is the duration of each test?
How does LanguageCert USAL esPro Listening & Reading Computer-based Adaptive test work?
Do Paper-based and Computer-based versions have the same duration?
How is the Speaking test conducted?
What does USAL stand for?
How can I see my progress during the Computer-based test?
What will I receive upon completing a LanguageCert USAL esPro test?
What is the pass mark and which grades are awarded?
My test results show a ‘0 out of 100’ score. What does this mean?
How is the overall LanguageCert USAL esPro Listening & Reading test score calculated?
How can I submit a result enquiry or an appeal request?
How long does it take to receive LanguageCert USAL esPro results?
Who informs me of my results?
Will my certificate be sent directly to me?
How long are the certificates valid for?
Who do I contact if I lose my certificate?
How can I verify the validity of my LanguageCert USAL esPro certificate?
Does the Test Centre get involved in the assessment?
Are LanguageCert USAL esPro tests recognised?
What’s the minimum/maximum age limit for candidates?
When and where can I take the tests?
Can I use a dictionary in the exam?
How can I submit a Reasonable Adjustments or Special Considerations request?
What is the cost of a LanguageCert USAL esPro test?
Why does the PeopleCert name and logo appear on screen during the LanguageCert USAL esPro Computer-based test?
Do I need to take a course to sit the LanguageCert USAL esPro?
How can I tell which level the learner is at?
Where can find out more about LanguageCert USAL esPro?
Is LanguageCert USAL esPro mapped to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)?
What is the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)?