The Oxford Test of English demo
Thank you for your interest in the Oxford Test of English demo. The demo will help you understand what to expect when you take the only English proficiency test certified by the University of Oxford.
We are currently migrating to a new Oxford Test of English platform, which means there are two demo links to choose from. This means we recommend that you choose the demo on the platform you will be taking the test on. Please speak to your Test Centre if you’re unsure which demo to use.
There may be small differences between the layouts of the test on the different platforms. However, please be assured that the content of both demos and the live test, across both platforms, is the same. Which means when you sit your real test you will receive the same results regardless of which platform you sit your test on.
For an experience that is most similar to taking the real test, please use one of the following desktop browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge in full screen.
New Oxford Test of English demo
Previous Oxford Test of English demo
- 4 Modules: The demo includes all the modules in the full Oxford Test of English - Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.
- 2 hours: As in the real test, completing all four modules of this demo can take up to 2 hours. However, in this demo, you can go to the next part in a module if you want to. You will not be able to do this in the real test.
- No results: Your answers in this demo will not be marked and you will not receive any results.
- Not adaptive: Unlike the real test the demo is not adaptive, all of the questions in the demo are presented at B1 level.
Learn more about the Oxford Test of English proficiency test
Oxford University Press is committed to making the Oxford Test of English accessible to test takers with special requirements. Visual display and enlarged text-size options are available in all four modules of the test. You can try these options in the demo of the test. We also provide a range of additional accommodations for special requirements, such as extra time and physical access requirements. If you are a test taker who wants to find out more please speak to your local Test Centre.