In today’s business environment, a lack of English language skills could have a serious impact on an individual's employability and competitiveness. Business English Test allows you to objectively assess a person's ability to understand and communicate in English, especially in a business situation. It evaluates three aspects of your candidate’s English: reading comprehension, vocabulary, and grammar.
Target audience: Any non-native English speaker Questionnaire: 60 questions Time: 40 minutes Languages: English, French, German, and Spanish
Triple assessment: Reading Comprehension, Grammar, and Vocabulary
Scored out of 20
Provides answers to the questions
Companies across the world, from startups to large multinationals, have adopted English as their language of business. Business English Test helps you evaluate a candidate's level of written English, which will be particularly relevant if the role demands interaction with international stakeholders.
Selection for business schools
English is the most widely learned second language in the world. More and more institutions, particularly business schools, offer courses in English. Therefore it is important for prospective students to be of a good level in the language. Our assessment allows you to objectively shortlist candidates in order to welcome the best students into your school.
Do your employees struggle to find words when they speak to international clients in English? Business English Test can help you to address this issue by identifying areas for improvement which, in turn, can be used to define specific training programmes.
The candidate receives an overall score out of 20 as well as a score for each of the three sections:
Reading Comprehension: Assesses an individual's capacity to assimilate and understand information from written texts Vocabulary: Measures the understanding of words, an absolutely essential ability for communicating in English in an international professional environment Grammar: A good level of grammar helps in reading, writing, and communicating in English