The General Test of English Language Proficiency assess English Language Proficiency
at five different levels of functional ability
The G-TELP Score Report provides a level mastery score and two profiles of the examinee's performance. These indicate the examinee's degree of mastery of the language tasks for the proficiency level at which he/she was tested. The Score Report, used in conjunction with the G-TELP Level Descriptors on the preceding pages, are intended to aid the examinee and score user interpreting the examinee's performance.
The Skill Area Score is the percentage of correct answers for all the questions in a skill area. A Skill Area Score of 75% or more indicates that the examinee has demonstrated mastery of that particular skill area.
The Task/Structure Score indicates the percentage of questions that the examinee has answered correctly for each individual task or structure within the skill area.
This profile provides the ratio (as a percentage) of the number of questions the examinee has answered correctly to the total number of questions for each question type. The Mastery Score is determined by the number of skill areas in which the examinee has accumulated a Skill Area Score of 75% or more. The Mastery Score is based on the Task/Structure Scores and the Skill Area Scores.
Question-Information Type provides information on the examinee's performance in three categories of question types:
understanding of explicitly stated information
drawing inferences from explicitly and implicitly stated information
selecting synonyms for words occurring in the context of the reading passages.
The result will be released no later than five working days after the test date on G-TELP websites, and original score reports will be printed out or mailed out directly to test-takers within two weeks from the test date.