Succeed in the LanguageCert Test of English (LTE) - Practice Tests
Listening & Reading
This is a multi-level Listening and Reading test, which is ideal for those candidates who are at an intermediate or more advanced level (CEFR: B2-C2). All candidates take the same test, regardless of their own language proficiency and they then receive a certificate based on their performance at the exam, placing them at levels from A1 to C2 of the CEFR. When taken at a Test Centre, the exam is available in paper-based and computer-based formats and is also offered as an online exam with remote, live invigilation.
The computer-based LTE A1-C2 is an ‘adaptive’ test. This means that it is designed to adjust the difficulty of questions presented to the candidate to their personal level according to their performance during the exam process. This ensures that when the LTE A1-C2 test is taken in computer-based format at a Test Centre or online, the number of questions, and in turn the test duration, are reduced, when compared with the Paper-based test.
What are the assessment rules of the Written Exam?
The LTE assesses candidates’ listening and reading skills, as well as their knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.
Exam Task types
Multiple choice: candidates have to read a text, or listen to a recording, and then answer questions.
Each question has three options(A,B,C) only one of which is the correct answer.
- 10 Practice Tests (6 in the printed book and 4 online) covering the whole range of CEFR levels, focusing on A2 to C2.
- The ideal Preparation for individual candidates and those preparing in an exam preparation class.
- Practice Tests of graded difficulty, that follow the exact format of the LTE test.
- Piloted with real candidates preparing for similar exam style and level.