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19 June 2013 at 9:57pm | IP Logged 
There are a lot of junk on-line tests out there, but once in awhile I find one that seems
well done. I just found one this morning for French from
Azur Linga that I liked. It
took me about 15", it has a reading and listening segment, and gave me a result of B-1-1
(B-1 is divided into B-1-1, B-1-2, and B-1-3). That feels about right, and I think I
would have scored a bit better if I had taken my time with the test.

It would be nice to have a list of quick, good (or even bad) self-assessment tests for
the wiki. Anyone else have any they like?
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20 June 2013 at 9:37am | IP Logged 
For Mandarin, I know of 3 sites that give you a rough estimate of the number of words
and/or characters you know:


For Spanish, the Instituto Cervantes has a fairly complete (reading, writing,
understanding, grammar...) test.

AVE Cervantes
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20 June 2013 at 10:54am | IP Logged 
For Esperanto, has 3 examinations for basic, medium, and advanced skills:
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23 June 2013 at 6:37am | IP Logged 
I never really trust those tests, their results always seem way to optimistic. For example, the French test gave me a B2 level, the Spanish one C1.3-1.4. I wish! :D

Maybe they'd be more accurate if you left questions you weren't completely sure of empty, but even so i don't think 40-50 questions can really evaluate your (passive) command of a language. Still, they're fun to do!

Have you ever tried Dialang?

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