There are two sections in the test: Language Use and Listening, with separate scores for each.
|Section||Part 1||Part 2||Part 3|
|Language Use||Description||Complete a short dialogue with the appropriate word||Complete a short dialogue with the appropriate word||Select the missing word in gapped text|
|Testing focus||Vocabulary||Functional language||Grammar|
|Response type||Three-option multiple-choice||Three-option multiple choice||Gapped text|
|Questions||Six tasks||Six tasks||Two tasks, each with three questions|
|Listening||Description||Listen to a conversation or dialogue and identify what the speaker means||Listen to a conversation or dialogue and identify what the speaker means||Listen to a longer conversation and identify what the speaker means|
|Testing focus||Listening for detail and gist||Listening for detail and gist||Listening for detail|
|Response type||Three-option multiple-choice – image selection||Three-option multiple-choice||Listening for detail|
|Questions||Four tasks||Four tasks||One task, four questions|
The Language Use section tests vocabulary, functional language and grammar. The questions focus on language use rather than language knowledge, reflecting the communicative language young learners experience in class.
Part 1 – Focus on vocabulary
Part 2 – Focus on functional language
Part 3 – Focus on grammar
The Listening section tests listening for detail and gist, using short and extended listening tasks. The audio automatically plays twice.