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      Manuel Flores Lasarte
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        @manuel

        You have probably taken some language tests in the past and we’d like you to share your experience on a forum by answering these questions: 

        • What type of language tests have you done in the past? (e.g. test to prove your level, test at the end of the course, etc.)
        • What kind of questions did you need to answer? 
        • How were exams marked? (e.g. adding points to correct answers, using marking criteria, etc.)
        • Are there any other ways of assessing students’ knowledge apart from exams? 

        Please keep coming back to the forum to add similar or different experiences to the ones mentioned by your colleagues.

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        YI-HSUAN SHIH
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          @ellashih

          – What type of language tests have you done in the past? (e.g. test to prove your level, test at the end of the course, etc.)

          IELTS
          – What kind of questions did you need to answer?

          There are reading, writing, listening and speaking
          – How were exams marked? (e.g. adding points to correct answers, using marking criteria, etc.)

          The scores are between 0 and 9.

          – Are there any other ways of assessing students’ knowledge apart from exams?

          I think it is really difficult to not having exams if we want to know if students already gain the knowledge. But maybe we could have some small practice to see if students already learn

           

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