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Improve reading skills through analysis of different text types – from blogs to letters – and create imaginative, discursive and critical writing.
Read more on the Cambridge University Press website Cambridge International AS & A Level English Language (Collins) Build skills and knowledge in a clear sequence and help students to apply skills to a range of language tasks, with up-to-date coverage of the syllabus topics and a stimulating range of international texts.The Oxford Test of English is a multi-level, general English proficiency test which assesses the ability to understand and communicate effectively in English, reporting at three CEFR levels: B2, B1, and A2.The test covers all four skills: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.Oxford University Press is committed to making the Oxford Test of English accessible to learners with special requirements.For more information about the options available, click the links below: For test takers For test centres The Oxford Test of English has been designed and developed over several years, with great care taken at each stage to ensure reliability, accuracy, alignment to CEFR, and quality.Read the Oxford Test of English Test Specifications for a detailed description of the development process.The following letter marks the University’s endorsement and certification of the Oxford Test of English.Please see the 2021-2023 syllabus for detailed information.We provide a wide range of support so that teachers can give their learners the best possible preparation for Cambridge programmes and qualifications.The Reading and Listening modules are computer adaptive, which means that the test adjusts the difficulty of questions based on the test taker's responses, making the test more motivating, shorter, and giving a more precise measurement than traditional proficiency tests.The Speaking and Writing modules use task randomization, making each test an individualized experience.