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telc English A2·B1 From School to Job

The online English examination for young people starting work soon

telc English A2·B1 From School to Job is an online, true-to-life language test based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and offered to secondary school pupils wanting to earn proof of their vocational English proficiency through a generally recognized language certificate. From School to Job also makes use of the benefits online testing provides.

View our product video to find out what this new test is all about:

Who will benefit most from taking the exam? 

The exam is most beneficial for 9th and 10th grade pupils currently attending secondary school who want proof of their vocational English proficiency through a generally recognized language certificate.   

How is telc English A2·B1 From School to Job different from telc English A2·B1 School

In contrast to telc English A2·B1 School, From School to Job places larger emphasis on the candidate’s ability to handle job-related language tasks; further, it can be only taken online using a PC or a laptop. This telc exam is the first to be developed in compliance with the new CERF descriptors; and, it is the first of its kind to explicitly test candidates’ language mediation skills.

How is the examination structured? 

What kind of tasks does From School to Job consist of?

View our video to find out more about the exam’s content and how it makes use of the benefits online testing provides: 

How and when can schools begin offering the new online exam? 

Schools can expect to begin delivering the new online exam in September 2018. Further information will be published here, on this page, nearer to the date. 

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