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G-TELP
G-TELP SPEAKING TEST
G-TELP WRITING TEST
G-TELP BUSINESS TEST
JUNIOR
 
 
Each examinee receives a Score Report that is parallel to the Score Report of the written G-TELP. This summary of performance provides several scores: the Mastery Level; Level Scores for each of the three levels (Two, Three, Four); percentage profiles indicating performance on each task; and evaluations of performance on the Skill Areas (Content, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Fluency) across all 11 tasks, including a description of Skill Area Performance at the examinee's level of Mastery.
 
Grammar The speaker's control of basic sentence structures
Vocabulary The speaker's available vocabulary in the performance of certain required speaking tasks
Pronunciation The speaker's control over sound production
Fluency The speaker's flow of speech and degree of spontaneity as well as facility in the performance of the required tasks
Content The topics/contexts on which the speaker can speak about
 
The Overall Evaluation, which confirms the examinee's Mastery Level, is based on comprehensibility, which is a more general assessment of the speaker's communicative ability, influenced to some extent by the other, separately evaluated, skills.
 
The performance of the examinees is evaluated by local experts in English as a foreign language, who have been trained and certified by G-TELP Services to consistently assign objective and accurate scores to in-country nonnative speakers of English.
 
Examinees and score users receive a Score Report that is parallel to the Score Report of the G-TELP. This summary of performance includes several scores.
 
The level of mastery;
Separate level scores for each of the three levels;
Percentage profiles summarizing the performances on each task;
Evaluations of the performances in the five Skill Areas across all 11 tasks: Content, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Fluency, and Interaction;
Descriptions of the Skill Area Performance at the examinee's level of mastery.