Can we, and should we, make English tests more international? Andrew Stokes explores the possibilities.
This month we are highlighting this post by Sean McDonald of telc Language Tests. Here he explains why not all tests are created equal.
What is the difference between ‘accuracy’ and ‘reliability’? Learn ten key phrases in testing terminology.
The HOPES-LEB project aims to improve the chances for a better future for young people in Lebanon. Here’s how they do it.
What more can be done for tests other than just putting the test online with some fancy layouts? Adaptivity is the way forward.
The reliability and validity of a placement test lies in the quality of the questions. So what is the key to a good question bank?
Adrian Raper looks ahead, sharing new developments in AI and speaking assessments, researchers to look out for, and where to find out more.
A placement test score should be a fair representation of a candidate’s ability, not their cultural knowledge. Here are four steps test designers can take to ensure that.
Whether you are recruiting 60 or 600 candidates, answer these three questions to choose the right placement test for your company’s needs.
Running placement tests for a large cohort of new students can be time-consuming, costly and tedious. Dr Adrian Raper’s five-question framework makes it totally efficient. Test it here.