The LanguageCert is an exam that you can take online or at a test center. The particularity of this test is that you can take it online with remote, live invigilation.
You want to evaluate your level for the LanguageCert but you don’t know where to start? You are on the right page!
In this article you will learn about:
- The scoring
- How to interpret your score
- What score should you get
- How can we help you get prepared
So if you are thinking about taking the LanguageCert LTE, don’t look any further, and let’s begin!
How does the LanguageCert scoring work?
You will get a different score for each section of the test: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. For each section, the maximum score is 50 points.
Written and Spoken Exams can be taken independently of each other at the candidates’ convenience. They are separate tests, so students can choose to focus their preparation on one exam before taking the other.
What score do you need to get?
To pass the ESOL LanguageCert Exam, you will need to have a minimum score of 75 out of 150.
The Pass Mark for Written Exams must be at least 50% in all sections. This means you can get a low score in Reading but a high one in Writing, and still pass the test. All you need is to get 75 points in the end. The Pass Mark for Spoken Exams is 50% as well.
The SELT LanguageCert Test is a little different, as it is requested to get a minimum score of 33 points in each section of the test (25 for the C2 level in Listening) to be able to pass. For this type of test, you need to be proficient in all the different sections: reading, writing, listening and speaking.
How to Interpret your score?
The grades awarded will be High Pass, Pass and Fail. They will be awarded depending on your overall score.
|High Pass||101-150 out of 150|
|Pass||75-100 out of 150|
|Fail||0-74 out of 150|
How can GlobalExam get you prepared
Our online platform is here to help you get prepared for the LanguageCert. Our long experience in language exam training showed us that one of the most difficult things when it comes to studying on your own at home is to manage your time efficiently and evaluate your progress.
This is why we developed a platform with this one objective: to help you get the highest score possible. To achieve this goal, we give you free access to online tests and Vocabulary and Grammar study sheets (because it is often difficult to know where to start) and training exercises that are designed to copy exactly the kind of exercises you will have to do when you will sit for the Language Cert.
Then, if you would like to go further, you can sign up for our Premium plans. Their prices vary depending on the period of time you would like to practice for: one week, one month, three months or a year. When you register for one of these plans, you will be able to track your progress, check your statistics, follow a personalised study plan based on the date when you take the exam, and you will be able to take mock exams that will put you in a real-life exam situation.
GlobalExam is here from the beginning to the day of the test, to help you succeed and get the highest score possible.