School of Foreign Languages

VEPT- Proficiency Exam

VEPT- Proficiency Exam

All Students who are placed in our university in the 2021-2022 Academic Year will take the VEPT Online- English Proficiency Exam on 11&12 September 2021. On our website under the heading Announcements, our students will be announced on which date they will take the exam. Our students are required to take the exam on the date specified on the website.
This test will determine whether students should enter the Preparatory Program at Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 or Level 4, Pre-Faculty Level 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 80.
See below for score bandings, CEFR equivalencies and MEF ELPP alignment.
   VEPT (20 – 80)    CEFR (A1 – C1)    ELPP Level/Faculty
       20* – 31             A1             Level 1
       32 – 41             A2             Level 2
       42 – 47             B1             Level 3
       48 – 51             B2-             Level 4
       52 – 55             B2+             Pre-Faculty
       56 +             C1             Faculty
*20 is the lowest score in VEPT Exam. 
Students can click on the links below to view the technical tips and question types in the exam.

'Versant English Placement Test - Demo:

Versant English Placement Test - Item Types :

Students who are placed in MEF ELPP are required to pass the Pre-Faculty Level in order to begin their faculty studies.

Pre-Level 1 free course
Students who score 20 on the VEPT will be eligible to take a free 16-hour ‘Pre-Level 1’ course,
which will run four hours per day, for four days before the start of Module 1 (if lessons are 100%
online, this will be reduced to three hours per day).
The course is free and is designed to help those students with very little or no English, to grasp the
basics so that they are ready to cope with Level 1. Students will learn the basic structure of the
language as well as the essential vocabulary they need to make sense of what is expected in Level 1.
The course covers the following areas:
Numbers 1-100
Classroom Language
Basic Adjectives
Common Verb Collocations
Question Words
Introducing Yourself
Present Simple
Students who do not take the VEPT cannot join the course, so if you are worried
that your English level is low, please take the test so that you have the opportunity
to join the course if you need to.
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