Take your Linguaskill Reading & Listening module and Writing module conveniently from home and when it suits you best. This product contains just the Reading & Listening and the Writing Module and not the full Linguaskill exam.
Linguaskill is a flexible and multi-level adaptive online test created to assess the level of English for individuals or groups. Linguaskill with online proctoring provides a secure and on demand Cambridge English Exam with fast and accurate results in 2 working days, CEFR aligned and guaranteed by Cambridge Assessment English.
– On demand exam – take the exam in the place and at a time that suits you best
– Results in 2 working days (all skills)
– 100% online
– All levels up to C1 or higher
– Quick and secure
– Easy to administer
– Results aligned to CEFR
– Voucher validity = 6 months after purchase
The Reading & Listening test takes 60–85 minutes and includes the following parts:
Read and select
Candidates read a notice, diagram, label, memo or letter containing a short text and choose the sentence which most likely matches the meaning of the text. There are three possible answers.
Candidates read a sentence with a missing word (gap) and choose the correct word to fill the gap. There are four choices for each gap.
Candidates choose the right word or phrase to fill the gaps in a text. There are four choices for each gap.
Candidates read a short text in which there are some missing words (gaps) and write in the missing word in each gap.
Candidates read a longer text and answer a series of multiple-choice questions.
Listen and select
Candidates listen to a short audio recording and answer a multiple-choice question with three options.
Candidates listen to a longer recording and answer a series of multiple-choice questions about it.
The Linguaskill Writing Module takes 45 minutes and contains the following two parts:
Candidates read a short prompt, usually an email. They use the information in the prompt and the three bullet points to write an email of at least 50 words to a private audience.
Candidates read a short text outlining a scenario and respond using the information in the scenario and the three bullet points. Candidates will write at least 180 words to a wider audience and may be asked to produce a variety of text types (e.g. review, article, web post).