Results you can trust
Oxford Placement Test personalized report cards make it easy to share meaningful results with students.
They provide a standardized score, CEFR level and the time taken (for the test overall and for each section) as well as a ‘Communicative competencies’ section and a score guide.
The Oxford Placement Test was developed to take the worry out of placing your students. Piloted on thousands of learners across the globe, the test is continually validated to ensure it delivers results you can trust. To find out more, see The Oxford Placement Test: What does it measure and how? (PDF, 1MB) by Professor James Purpura.
Results are reported as a CEFR level and standardized score for the test as a whole, and separately for the Use of English and Listening sections, allowing you to make fine-grained distinctions between students’ abilities.
Test takers with Pre-A1 level results also get a ‘High’, ‘Mid’, and ‘Low’ sub-level, as shown in the table below. To make similar distinctions at A1 to C2 between test takers with results at the same CEFR level, teachers can use the standardized score.
To find out more, see The Meaning of Oxford Placement Test Scores (PDF, 0.6MB) by Alistair Pollitt.
User-friendly management tools make it easy to administer the test, and to manage the results.
- See results for the whole test, and for each section. Results show CEFR level, a score out of 120, and the time taken.
- Email the results to test takers, or print them out.
- Download the results in Microsoft Excel.
- Customize the results page by adding your own columns to capture any extra information you need.