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Free language test
Have you not yet registered for a language course, but would you like to get an indication of your level? Click one of the languages below to do a short, free version of our more extensive online test. After the test you will get an indication of your language level right away.
This short, free test gives you an indication of your language level.
How does the test work?
You will be given several questions at the level you have indicated (beginner, intermediate or advanced). If you answer enough questions correctly, you will be given a series of questions at the next level. The test finishes as soon as you do not answer enough questions at a particular level. After the test you will see your language level right away.
How reliable are the test results?
As this language test only comprises a limited number of questions, the final score is only a rough indication of your level of proficiency. Moreover, it does not test all of your language skills. This means you cannot derive any rights from this language test.
A more extensive assessment is needed to determine your exact language level. You will be invited for an intake assessment once you have registered for a language course.
Is there a time limit?
Yes, there is a time limit for every series of questions. The time remaining is shown at the bottom of the page.
Can I see my answers afterwards?
No, the purpose of this test is not for you to learn a language, but to give you a rough indication of your level.
How about my privacy?
The test is completely anonymous. You don't have to fill in your name or email address. Your answers are only kept for as long as it takes you to complete the test. The data is deleted as soon as your result has been calculated. So your privacy is completely guaranteed.
If you have any questions about the free language test, please contact the Language Courses department.