School of Foreign Languages

VEPT- Proficiency Exam (Stage 2)

VEPT- Proficiency Exam (Stage 2)

Those candidates who achieve a score of 81 or more in the MEF ELPP placement test will go on to take the Pearson Versant English Placement Test (VEPT). This test will determine whether students should enter the Preparatory Program at Level 2, Level 3 or Level 4, or whether they have sufficient English to enter their faculty program.
The VEPT is a 50-minute computer-based test with nine sections. It tests reading, writing, listening, and speaking and is aligned to the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference. Scores range from 20 to 70.
See below for score bandings, CEFR equivalencies and MEF ELPP alignment.
   VEPT (20 – 70)    CEFR (A1 – C1)    ELPP Level/Faculty
       45 or less             A2             Level 2
       46 – 55             B1             Level 3
       56 – 61             B2-             Level 4
       62 – 67             B2+             Faculty
       68 – 70             C1             Faculty

The following is a link to a demo version of the test, which shows what kind of questions appear in each part of the test:

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