gateway to a wider world
Are you looking for an exam that is both reliable and friendly? Then you are at the right place. The Euroexams feature real-life tasks, which test communication skills rather than knowledge of grammar.
Even your exam preparation, which is sometimes challenging, becomes more enjoyable, because you acquire knowledge and skills that you can use before and after the exam as well.
But there’s more! The International Certificate and Euroexam International’s university application support services will provide you a gateway to study abroad.
Step 1: Get familiar with the exam!
The Euroexams are a suite of English language examinations standardised to the levels of the Common European Framework (CEFR), focusing on all four language skills (writing, reading, listening and speaking). They meet the real-world needs of language learners in a multilingual environment and test the learners’ ability to use English in a real-life English skills.
The Euroexams are available at A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels. You can find a good overview of the exam structure, levels and exam types here.
Euroexams are fully comparable with all other internationally accepted language test levels.
Step 2: Try yourself out!
You can find a practice paper with a key here. You can also use our practice test books, which contain another full practice paper in the same format as the real exam. You can download the audio for the practice test books here.
Step 3: Practice!
After steps 1 and 2, it’s time to decide how much more practice you will need before the exam. If you didn’t do very well on the practice test, you might want to continue your learning on a language course or register for a preparation course.
If you rather prepare on your own, Euroexam e-learning is for you. Take a placement test and start a six-week introductory, or a four-week intensive course, covering both language and exam skills for all four parts of Euroexams, The courses include online guidance and live feedback from experienced teachers.
The Eurocity coursebooks offer tasks to prepare for the exam, and helps the learners with vocabulary and grammar practice. It contains enough learning material for nearly 40-50 hours of practice, with free downloadable audio files, extra online practice materials, useful tips, and answer keys in the appendix.
Although there is no grammar or vocabulary-specific task in Euroexam, it is important not to neglect their role in real-life communication. You can find a wide range of grammar and vocabulary practice tasks here.
Step 4: Register in time!
When you feel that you are ready to take the exam of your choice, it’s time to register.
Check the exam dates available and then complete the online Pre-Registration Form. Following receipt of this form, we will contact you with details about dates and other basic information.