English Language Levels - Entry Test

How To Check Your English Language Level

Descriptions of the English Language Grades

  • Patient and health-care providers may benefit from your ability to communicate fluently and effectively utilising the right register, tone, and lexicon.
  • Demonstrates comprehensive comprehension of any kind of written or oral communication.
  • It is possible to communicate successfully with patients and health care workers when utilising the right register, tone, and lexicon. Only minor errors and hesitations are allowed on occasion.
  • Demonstrates excellent comprehension in a variety of therapeutic settings.
  • It is possible to maintain some interaction in a relevant healthcare environment despite occasional errors and lapses, and to follow standard spoken language normally encountered in his or her field of specialisation.
  • It is also possible to maintain some interaction and understand straightforward factual information in his or her field of specialisation, but it may be necessary to ask for clarification on some points.
  • Frequent mistakes, inconsistencies, and the incorrect or excessive use of technical jargon may put a strain on a communication’s ability to flow.
  • He or she is capable of managing basic engagement on common issues and comprehending the main point of short, uncomplicated communications, provided he or she has the ability to ask questions and get explanation.
  • It is possible that the high density of mistakes, as well as the incorrect or excessive use of technical vocabulary, may generate severe strain and breaks in communication.

STAGE 1: Successive English (Levels 1, 2, 3)

Conversations in everyday life

  • Using terms that are common in daily life
  • Inquiring about her personal life, such as where she lives, who she knows, what she owns, and what she enjoys
  • Taking care of small transactions in the nearby vicinity
  • PTA meetings, shopping, local geography, employment, doctor, police, and bank
  • Basic childhood, background, and environment descriptions
  • Even if she doesn’t always speak properly, she should focus on expressiveness and knowledge of proper English.

STAGE 2: English Expression (Levels 4, 5, 6)

Conversations based on descriptions and evaluations

  • Dreams, ambitions, and objectives, as well as experiences and occurrences
  • Opinions and straightforward justifications
  • a long-winded remark on one’s familiar surroundings
  • Work, education, recreation, and family are all important aspects of life.
  • Transactions that are complicated
  • Objections (Return a torn shirt, wrong mobile bill etc)
  • Requests for modifications (Shift my booking to two days later)
  • Both praise and criticism are welcome.
  • Concentrate on conveying complex thoughts accurately.

STAGE 3: English Expansion (Levels 7, 8, 9)

Facts and views (description)

  • Opinions and convoluted explanations
  • Extensive representation of abstract concepts
  • Opinions, thoughts, desires, and wishes, among other things
  • Transactions that are complicated
  • Rapid-fire (Express your thoughts on anything)
  • Both praise and criticism are welcome.
  • Concentrate on appropriately expressing complex thoughts and using appropriate words.

STAGE 4: Professional English (Levels 10, 11, 12)

  • The ability to express oneself spontaneously in work-related situations.
  • Discussions about current events
  • Arguments and discussions
  • Defending and criticising a point of view
  • Express the advantages and disadvantages of a situation and take a stand.
  • Concentrate on analytic communication.

STAGE 5: English Articulation (Levels 13, 14, 15)

  • There are many methods to make a point, and you must choose the best one.
  • Discussions about current events
  • Arguments and discussions
  • Focus on analytical communication and language economy
  • Communication terms and phrases

STAGE 6: Sophisticated English (Levels 16, 17, 18)

  • Describe and comment on abstract concepts.
  • Complex concepts on social, intellectual, professional, and public concerns must be structured and presented.
  • Compile a logical argument using the material you’ve gathered.
  • Initiate a discussion and underline nuances of meaning.
  • Accent and articulation are emphasised, as well as advanced vocabulary, idioms, phrasal verbs, phrases, and accent.
  • A three-level improvement in English causes your friends and co-workers to recognise how much better you have become.

Room for English language learning Tools and resources

  • Grammar’s most important features (Parts of speech, tenses, modals, Voices and more)
  • Various self-study assignments are included, as well as a writing component.
  • Illustrations to support the understanding of grammatical principles
  • Vocabulary that may be used on a daily basis
  • Speaking exercises that are interactive
  • Assessment in its final form
  • Classroom lessons that are interactive and activity-based for effective writing in English
  • The use of information and communications technology (ICT) and audio-visual assistance
  • Sessions of listening in a language laboratory that is computer-based
  • Discussions
  • Work in Pairs Role-playing
  • Presentations
  • Communication Mastery: A Master Class in Communication
  • Movie Club is a group of people that like watching movies.
  • Readers’ Circle is a group of people who like reading.
  • The Speakers’ Club is a group of people who get together to share their ideas.
  • Use of the English over tea vocabularies
  • Group Discussion on Writing a Resume or an Email
  • Presentation Techniques for Personal Interviews