Opportunities to participate in a free CaMLA-designed C1 / C2-level pilot test

23/09/2014

Language School students who are now attending ECPE preparation classes and intend to take the November 2014 ECPE are invited to take a free advanced-level pilot test that will be held in Athens.

What is it about?

The pilot test has been designed by CaMLA and aims to measure general receptive language proficiency at C1 and C2 CEFR levels. CaMLA will use the results for test development purposes.

What are the benefits for your students?

Taking the pilot test will help students:

  • acquire experience in taking a test under authentic conditions before participating in the actual examinations;
  • prepare for the ECPE; much of the content of this advanced-level test will be similar to sections of the ECPE.

Participants will also receive results along with an explanation of the results that will provide an indication of how they may perform on the actual test and possible areas that may require additional study.

When and where the test will be held?

Location Date
Hellenic American Union
(Massalias 22, Athens)
October 24, 2014
October 25, 2014

How can you register your students?

  • To register your students, please contact the Hellenic American Union Center for Examinations and Certifications in Athens (2103680000) by Friday, October 10, 2014.
  • Language Schools will be selected to participate in the pilot test strictly on a first-come, first-served basis.

Information

Languages: EN
Last Update At: 2014/09/25 - 09:00:33

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