COMPUTER-BASED ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEST (B1 LEVEL) ASSESSMENT SCHEME VALID FROM 31.01.2018
Students will have 35 minutes (30 minutes if it is an online test) to complete the test, structured as follows:
1 listening test consisting of 6 questions with randomised multiple-choice answers: 5 points per correct answer.
1 test consisting of 35 questions with randomised multiple-choice answers (question formation, verb tenses, vocabulary and linking words): 1 point per correct answer.
1 reading passage consisting of 4 questions with randomised multiple-choice answers and 10 questions on the use of English: 2 points per correct answer.
In order to pass the test and achieve the B1 level, students will need to get a score of 62/93 or higher, equivalent to the B1 level (listening, lexical-grammatical, reading comprehension skills).
Those who get a score of 47/93 to 61/93 will be assessed at the B1-1 level (for Faculties who request it).
- Cambridge PET examination (http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/preliminary/preparation/);
- Reading comprehension (https://www.examenglish.com/B1/B1_reading.htm);
- British Council Reading skills practice (http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/skills/reading-skills-practice);
- New UNICA-CLA B1 online course;
- Any B1 level course from the following publishers: Pearson Longman (i.e., New Total English, Speak out), Oxford University Press (i.e., New English File), Cambridge University Press (English Grammar in Use).
In order to meet the student needs, we have posted a mock test, which can be accessed from our website ( Go to the B1 MOCK TEST).