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Designed to test an individual’s ability to recognise and utilise correct grammatical form. Candidates are presented with a variety of question styles including true or false statements and multiple choice questions. The Fundamental level, tests a candidate’s ability to create a sentence and spot errors. At Core and Professional levels, the difficulty is increased by raising the complexity and rarity of grammatical errors.
Candidates are presented with 30 questions to complete in 15 minutes. The candidate’s responses are automatically marked and a point is awarded for each correctly answered question. For some questions multiple answers may be required, the sum of these answers will result in one point awarded for the question. Skipped questions or those that are not taken will result in no point being awarded.
Practice Test Available
15 Minutes Allowed
12 mins average completion time
30 questions presented
240 questions in pool
3 Levels Available
In In this test candidates are required to understand the principles of grammar and demonstrate they are able to effectively communicate in written form.
A candidate taking the Fundamental level of a test is expected to have subject knowledge aligned to a foundation level GCSE graduate.
In this test candidates are required to understand the principles of correct grammatical form and that they are able to recognise the correct word usage to complete phrases and form complex sentences.
A candidate taking the Core level of a test is expected to have subject knowledge aligned to a higher level GCSE graduate.
In this test candidates are required to understand advanced grammatical constructs such as mixed past, present and future tenses. This test builds on Core by increasing the legibility of the sentences and increasing the complexity of the vocabulary used.
A candidate taking the Professional level of a test is expected to have subject knowledge aligned to an A-Level graduate.