Many of you out there might be getting ready to take an English Proficiency Exam. There are several reasons you might need to do it: professional advancement, further / international education, immigration. The fact of the matter is that most of us do not take tests for fun, so it is safe to say that … Continue reading Three steps to conquer CELPIP
Are you going to write an English proficiency test? If so, then, read this. When you enrol to write a standardized exam, you usually have a pretty compelling reason to do so: immigration, education or professional advancement. And in those cases, my friends, almost simply won’t do. The tips I will share with you come … Continue reading 5 tips to write an exam
“Which test is easier; TOEFL or IELTS?” If you are a teacher, you’ve probably had many students ask you this question, and if you are a student, you have most likely wondered about this. That's totally valid; after all, you are the one taking the test and need to know which you should complete! Not … Continue reading TOEFL vs. IELTS; which one is easier?
If English isn’t your first language and you want to live or study abroad, odds are you will have to write an international proficiency test. There are several proficiency exams out there and you need to figure out which one is the right one for you. Those of you immigrating to Canada, for example, will … Continue reading What you need to know before you choose your proficiency exam