Overview - G-TELP
- Overview - G-TELP
The General Tests of English Language Proficiency(G-TELP) assess the English language proficiency of nonnative speakers in real-world situations. Evaluation of examinee performance is based on well-defined, functional language tasks which are assessed at different levels and vary in type and complexity. The G-TELP assessment system offers a full range of interrelated components:
The General Tests of English Language Proficiency(G-TELP) consist of a battery of objective(multiple-choice) tests which assess the English language proficiency of young adults and adults(ages 16 and older) at five different levels of functional ability:
|Level Five||Basic Classroom English|
|Level Four||Basic English in Simple Communication|
|Level Three||Basic English in Normal Communication|
|Level Two||Authentic and Modified English in Normal Communication|
|Level One||Authentic English in Complex Communication|
*Only Level 1 to 4 are available in Japan.
What is G-TELP?
G-TELP is the abbreviation for General Tests of English Language Proficiency.
It assesses the English language ability of nonnative speakers in real world situations.
G-TELP was developed in the U.S., at San Diego State University, by the International Testing Services Center, and has been administered as an English language proficiency test in countries such as China,Korea and Mexico.
The content comprises practical words and expressions in actual, contemporary use in the U.S.