Check your English Language Level Test to start IELTS preparation
One of the best ways to know your level in English language by taking this online English test.
The test is made by ihworld organization (International House World Organization) based on the CEFR.
This English language test will help you to know if you will start studying IELTS or you will need to improve your English language
English language levels
English Language levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 are as defined by the CEFR, the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
After finishing the test, you will receive your exact level, and you should follow the following diagram:
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A brief description of the CEFR levels
|CEFR Level A1||Beginners can communicate at a minimal level. They can typically introduce themselves and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he or she lives, people he or she knows and things he or she has.|
|CEFR Level A2.1||Elementary learners can communicate at a basic level, and can deal with some situations necessary for speaking in a natural language environment. You will typically be able to communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.|
|Level A2.2||Pre-Intermediate learners can communicate adequately in simple everyday situations, and their vocabulary and ability to manipulate grammatical structures is developing. You will typically be able to communicate well in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.|
|Level B1.1||Lower Intermediate learners can communicate in most everyday situations, although their vocabulary and grammar are still developing. They are beginning to deal confidently with authentic reading and listening.|
|Level B1.2||Mid Intermediate learners can communicate quite fluently in most everyday situations, and their ability to express complex ideas is developing.|
|Level B2||Upper Intermediate learners can use language consistently and appropriately, and have a good range of vocabulary and command of grammar.|
|Level C1||Lower Advanced learners have a good command of the language, and are fluent, accurate and well organised. They can use a wide range of language effectively and can easily comprehend natural spoken and written language.|
|Level C2||Upper Advanced learners are developing an understanding of and an ability to produce subtleties and complexities of the language, although they may still require some work on accuracy. At the end of this level, students should be close to native English speaker competence.|