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    Assessing Student Levels

    How can I determine the best level to put a student in?

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    Re: Assessing Student Levels

    Were you not taught how to do level tests when you trained to be an English teacher?
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    Re: Assessing Student Levels

    I think the onus is on the institution to provide the testing for levels as they dictate what the levels are. There are standard assessment tests, including a few online.

    Level Tests - ESL Web Directory - UsingEnglish.com

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