How do students take the test?
The test is taken online on a computer or tablet which must be connected to the internet for the duration of the test. It is comprised of 45 multiple-choice questions. For each question, there are four answers proposed. Contestants must select the one and only possible answer. The 45 questions, testing oral and written comprehension, cover vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, conversation situations and civilisation. Each class level has its own specific set of questions that correspond as closely as possible to school programmes as outlined in the CEFR. The test is strictly individual and takes place with no outside assistance or accessory of any kind (book, dictionary…). The test is supervised by a teacher or a member of the teaching staff who guarantees its proper conduct.