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The Oxford Examination in English as a Foreign Language





Test Name: The Oxford Examination in English as a Foreign Language
Publisher: University of Oxford
Publication Date: 1992
Test Type: Language Proficiency
Content: Reading/Writing in L2
Language: English
Target Population: English Language Learner (ELL)
Grade Level: 6,7,8,9,10
Administration Time: Over 90 min
Standardized: Yes
Purpose: Proficiency

Abstract:
The Oxford Examinations in English as a Foreign Language concentrates on practical, non-literary, reading and writing tasks which aim to test students on real-life English usage. Both productive and receptive skills are tested. The test has two levels, a Preliminary level (with a Junior Counterpart) and a Higher level. There is an oral/aural examination as well. Examples of the written tests are available at the EAC. Further information can be obtained from the University of Oxford.


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