What are the equivalents of EnglishCentral levels?

EnglishCentral has been designed for all levels of English, from beginner to advanced. In order to carry out your plan according to your level, we have determined our levels as Beginner (Level 1 & 2), Intermediate (Level 3 & 4) and Advanced (Level 5, Level 6, & Level 7).

Beginner Levels (Level 1 & 2) cover skills such as self-introduction and talking about daily life, focusing on improving your ability to ask and answer simple questions. The equivalent of Level 1 and Level 2 under the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) is the A1 English proficiency level.

Intermediate Levels (Level 3 & 4) indicate that your skills in identifying people and events are improving, showing that you continue to improve your ability to hold conversations. The equivalent of Level 3 and Level 4 under the CEFR is A2 and B1 English proficiency levels, respectively.

Advanced Levels (Level 5, 6, &  7) mean that your skills such as going into details, establishing a cause-effect relationship, and summarizing complex information are developed or developing. The equivalent of Level 5, Level 6 and Level 7 under the CEFR is B2, C1 and C2 English proficiency levels, respectively.

In order to select your level and equivalent scoring criteria, first sign into your account and tap the Profile icon (top right corner of Header). A widget will appear, and then when you select Level, a popup will display where you can examine the vocabulary and language skills of all levels from 1 to 7 in the system, and the equivalent range in national and international tests such as TOEFL, IELTS.

You can learn the equivalent level of your English in terms of grading and skills in our system through a report, which will be created after the Level Test.

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