Tests: How to interpret the results shown on English4Today certificates
If you are checking the results shown on your certificate or one presented to you, please read the following points carefully.
Types of English level tests
English4Today provides 3 English Level Test formats:
- A STANDARD non-certified test: no sign-up and no certificate is provided.
- A STANDARD certified test: sign-up and certificate are provided
- A PREMIUM certified and authenticated test. Sign-up, certificate and full authentication of the certificate is provided
STANDARD tests are NOT AUTHENTICATED.
That is, we do not guarantee that the person named on the certificate took the test. Standard tests are useful if you or your organisation supervise the user as they take the test, for example, in a classroom or training room setting.
Only the PREMIUM test is authenticated and guaranteed by English4Today.
The STANDARD Certificate and how to interpret it
- The name of the person taking the test appears below the name of the test.
- The FINAL PERCENTAGE should be reviewed against the table below to find the English language level
- The TEST ATTEMPTS shows how many times the user attempted the test. A maximum of 4 attempts can be made by a user.
Percentage achieved and English language levels
|PERCENTAGE||CEFR LEVEL||E4T LEVEL|
|0 - 34%||A1||Beginner|
|35 - 54%||A2||Low intermediate|
|55 - 69%||B1||Intermediate|
|70 - 79%||B2||Upper intermediate|
|80 - 89%||C1||Advanced|
|90 - 100%||C2||Expert|