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In the School of Foreign Languages, there are mainly 2 different language exams. Versant Exam is used as the Placement Exam, and ITEX is the Proficiency Exam. 

Versant English Placement Test: a thorough, 50-minute test that evaluates all four skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing). This test is taken at the beginning of the academic year by all English Prep Students to be placed according to their levels.

This comprehensive test was specially designed for English language learners to automatically evaluate speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills by computer, with detailed score reports including current capabilities, and suggestions for improvement.

Using auto-marking technology, academic institutions and private language schools throughout the world use Versant to evaluate the English communication skills of their students. Students respond to questions and provide writing samples via computer allowing us to evaluate each test taker's speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. Here is a look into the test:

  •          Conversations
  •          Summary&Opinion
  •          Sentence Builds
  •          Read Aloud
  •          Repeats
  •          Typing
  •          Sentence Completion
  •          Dictation and Passage Reconstruction

All you need during the exam session:

  • Computer device with a strong Wi-Fi connection. (Please do not attempt to enter the exam from your phone/tablet).
  • Quiet and calm environment.
  • It is crucial to use Chrome as the browser and a laptop/desktop.
  • Headphones or earphones with a microphone.

You can browse the test website: https://www.pearson.com/english/versant.html

Here is the link to the SlideShow you can visit to get information about ITEX.