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    #1

    Proficiency level

    Good evening ,

    I had applied CELTA course twice , however both institution stated that my proficiency level is not high enough .

    May I know what does the proficiency level means ? I would like to improve myself before trying out again . Thank you .

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    Re: Proficiency level

    It means that they don't think that your English is good enough for the course.

    There are several fairly basic mistakes in you post- can you correct them?

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