The Oxford Test of English is a multi-level general English test that assesses the ability to understand and communicate effectively in English at three CEFR levels: B2, B1, and A2.
The test covers all four skills: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.
The Reading and Listening modules are adaptive, meaning the test adjusts the difficulty of the questions based on the participant’s answers, making the test more motivating, shorter, and a more accurate measure than traditional speaking tests.
The “Speaking” and “Writing” modules use random task generation, making each test a unique experience.
The outline of the Oxford Test of English
- Speaking – about 15 minutes for 15 questions
- Listening – about 30 minutes for 20 questions
- Reading – 35 minutes for 22 questions
- Writing – 45 minutes for 2 questions