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Language Cert: The exam option you maybe haven't thought about.

Whenever students think about English exams, their minds naturally wander to IELTS, FCE or CAE. However, a new exam is starting to grow in popularity. Language Cert is proving a big hit with language students due to the ease of taking the exam and the growing number of organisations accepting this certificate.

Why is taking the exam convenient?

The simple answer to this is that you can take it from the comfort of your own home. While some forms of the test require students to use approved test centres others simply require students to download a program and take the test at home.

Who accepts the certification?

Language Cert has a growing list of countries and institutions that accept Language Cert.

A full list can be seen here:

How is the exam structured?

The structure of the exam varies depending on the level however the exam is divided into speaking, listening and reading/writing. A full breakdown of the exam is available here:

How is the exam marked?

Students can achieve a high pass, pass or fail the exam.

How do I receive my certificate?

Exam results, Statement of Results and e-certificate are received in 3 business days and they are uploaded to your LanguageCert account. Hard-copy certificates are sent directly to the address provided.

Should I choose the exam?

Like all exams, some students will like Language Cert and others won’t. Definitely, Language Cert is worth looking into. It could well be a good fit for you and of course, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact for more information.

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