English Language Level Test (ELLT)
The English Language Level Test (ELLT) is a four-step assessment that will help you to determine your current English language level. It is delivered through the Oxford International English Test Centre (OIETC). The test is completed 100% online and recognised by many UK universities as evidence of your English language abilities, for admissions onto a university degree course.
What does this test involve?
Assessing your English language skills fully online in just four simple steps
How much does the test cost?
Oxford International English Test Centre
The English Language Level Test (ELLT)?
The ELLT is made up of four elements; testing all four language skills – reading, listening, writing and speaking. The test is recognised by the following UK *universities:
- Bangor University
- Coventry University
- De Montfort University International College
- Nottingham Trent University
- The University of Central Lancashire
- University of Birmingham
- University of Dundee
- University of Greenwich
- University of Hertfordshire
- University of Hull
- University of Leeds
- University of Roehampton
- University of Strathclyde
- University of Sunderland
The four steps
Available entirely within our online ELLT portal all four steps of the examination will determine your current English language proficiency level.
The first step is an assessment of your reading skills.
The second step assesses your listening and comprehension.
Following completion of the first two assessments, the writing examination test your English language writing skills.
The final step of the assessment is a formal, oral test that is completed over video call with an English language teacher. The assessment contains references to previous tasks to act as a check to verify your identity and completion of tasks.
When do you receive your results?
Upon completion of all four stages, you will receive a full report of your results and final Certificate from one of our English language teachers.
If your examiner has any doubts about your results then a follow-up assessment may be done by a Senior Teacher or Director of Studies. This four-step process, along with the cross-referencing of previous tests and spot checks, ensures that your results are reliable and accurate.