Online practice materials for General English, CELPIP, and IELTS.
The CELPIP is a computerized English proficiency exam. It is a Canadian based exam, so it mainly tests Canadian English in context. It is offered throughout Canada and several other countries (the USA, China, India). It is mainly used for immigration purposes.
The CELPIP Test has two formats:
The General format tests Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. This version is used for immigration, professional, and other educational purposes.
The General LS format tests only Listening and Speaking. This version is the one used for Citizenship.
About these materials:
These materials have been used by NHE since 2015 to help students achieve their goals on the CELPIP exam. They have been adapted into CELPIP content through the use of numerous ESL resources used in our ESL courses.
These materials follow the the format of the CELPIP exam and provide suitable content related to exam, which will enable the student to expand their knowledge and comprehensive skills for the exam. Additionally, there are numerous vocabulary, grammar, writing, listening, reading, and speaking exercises, which will help build English as a second language.
Please note; these materials are not the official materials found on the CELPIP website (those materials are highly useful for exact exam format and content; visit the celpip.ca site for more information)
The IELTS is a paper-based or computerized English proficiency exam. It is an Internationally based exam, so it tests English in an international context. It is offered throughout the world, and it is accepted in most countries as proof of English proficiency. It is accepted by most international educational institutions for academic purposes, and most English speaking countries for immigration purposes.
The IELTS Test has two formats:
The Academic format tests Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. This version is used for educational purposes; accepted by all universities and colleges across Canada as proof of English language proficiency.
The General format tests only tests reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This version is mainly used for immigration purposes; it can be used at some institutions as proof of English proficiency.