Inglese (avanzato/C1)

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About the Inglese (avanzato/C1) test

I dipendenti con una conoscenza avanzata dell'inglese arricchiranno le comunicazioni interne ed esterne della tua azienda, mostrando la capacità di discutere in modo chiaro ed efficace idee, piani e obiettivi con clienti e colleghi. Saranno anche in grado di redigere report, presentazioni e altro materiale ben strutturato in inglese, allo scopo di contribuire a promuovere il marchio e le idee dell'azienda di fronte ad altri.nnIl test di inglese (avanzato/C1) valuta la capacità dei candidati di comunicare al livello C1 del Quadro Comune Europeo di Riferimento (QCER) per la conoscenza delle lingue. Esso valuta i candidati nelle aree della grammatica e del vocabolario, della composizione della frase, della comprensione del testo scritto e orale. nnI dipendenti che hanno una conoscenza avanzata dell'inglese sono in grado di esprimersi fluentemente e spontaneamente, senza dover pensare troppo per esprimersi. They can understand demanding, longer texts and recognize implicit meaning in both written and verbal communications. They use the language flexibly and effectively for social, academic, and professional purposes and can produce detailed texts on complex subjects, showing a controlled use of organizational patterns, connectors, and cohesive devices. Sono capaci di comprendere testi impegnativi e più articolati e di riconoscere il significato implicito presente sia nelle comunicazioni scritte sia in quelle verbali. Usano il linguaggio in modo flessibile ed efficace per scopi sociali, accademici e professionali, e sono in grado di produrre testi dettagliati su argomenti complessi, mostrando controllo nell'uso di modelli organizzativi, connettivi e dispositivi coesivi.

Il test è stato creato da un esperto di settore

John G.

Il linguista John Galindo (titolare di un master in Linguistica) insegna inglese come seconda lingua (ESL) agli adulti da oltre sei anni ed è attualmente docente di inglese presso un'università di Osaka, in Giappone. Grazie alla sua esperienza nell'analisi linguistica e nella fonetica, John dedica i suoi insegnamenti principalmente al perfezionamento delle capacità di scrittura e pronuncia degli studenti. Lavora come linguista freelance, fornendo corsi di lingua per dirigenti e analisi e valutazione linguistica per i propri clienti.

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Assess candidate proficiency with an English C1 test

When hiring non-native English speakers for a role where they need to be fluent in the language, it’s important to test their proficiency level.

The English Proficient/C1 test will help you evaluate your applicants’ speaking, listening, writing, and reading skills in English. This test helps you ensure that the candidate has full operational proficiency in the language and corresponds to the C1 level of the CEFR framework (we will explain all about the CEFR framework shortly).

This test will help you evaluate your candidates and see how well they can discuss ideas, plans, and goals in English, regardless of whether they need to talk with clients, managers, peers, partners, or stakeholders.

The pre-employment assessment will also test your applicants’ capacity to write a well-structured report, create a compelling presentation, or write a memo with clarity. To pass the test, candidates will need to be proficient users of the language and satisfy the requirements of the C1 level.

The C1 test is one of the most difficult tests you can have when it comes to testing language proficiency; there’s only one level above it, C2, which corresponds to a native proficiency. You can use this test when hiring for one of the following roles:

• Content writers and copywriters
• Editors
• Consultants
• Managers (project managers, team leads, and more)
• Customer success representatives
• Business development representatives

When you want to hire a candidate who is fluent in English, you will need to test their language skills and make sure they’re on par with the requirements of the role.

That’s when you should use a pre-employment test like the English Proficient/C1 test to evaluate your candidate in an objective and bias-free way.

What does this English C1 test measure?

TestGorilla’s English language C1 test evaluates your candidates’ skills in four different areas:

• Reading: Reading skills refer to how well candidates can understand and work with a complex text in written form. Since you’re looking to hire a person with a C1-level proficiency, they shouldn’t have problems interpreting even the most complicated and technical topics.

• Writing: Testing candidates’ writing skills is essential for most specialized jobs. Applicants should be able to write about complex topics with ease, and make no grammatical or syntax errors.

• Speaking: Speaking skills refer to how well candidates can communicate their ideas and thoughts to others verbally. With this test, you can assess candidates’ abilities to form complete sentences; you can further test their speaking skills during phone interviews. A candidate with a C1-level proficiency will be able to hold a conversation on any topic without difficulty.

• Listening: Candidates with a C1-level proficiency will be able to understand others nearly 100% of the time, regardless of the other person’s accent and the idioms and expressions they use. With this test, you’ll be able to assess your applicants’ listening comprehension.

What is the CEFR Framework?

CEFR, short for the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, is an international framework used to describe language proficiency in six levels, from beginner (A1) to native-level proficiency (C2).

The CEFR scale’s six proficiency levels are

• A1 level (beginner): A person who has this level of language skills will know how to introduce themselves, understand a couple of phrases, and have very simple interactions with another person.

• A2 level (elementary): An applicant whose language skills are at an A2 level can speak about more diverse topics such as their family, community, job, and more. They’ll be able to receive and understand basic instructions and perform routine tasks.

• B1 level (intermediate): At this level, candidates can hold a simple conversation on topics such as employment, personal and professional plans, travels, and more. They make mistakes when speaking, but they can still have a conversation with both native and non-native speakers.

• B2 level (upper-intermediate): Candidates who have a B2 level of fluency will be able to talk about a variety of topics with native speakers and write detailed texts with few mistakes.

• C1 level (advanced or operational proficiency): Candidates who have a C1 level of proficiency can read, write, and speak on almost any topic with ease, no matter how complex, difficult, or technical it is.

• C2 level (full proficiency): This is the last level on the CEFR scale and describes native proficiency. At this level, users have full mastery of the language and can navigate any situation without making any mistakes.

How can the English C1 test help recruiters make the right hiring decision?

If you need to hire someone who’s a confident English speaker and is able to deal with complicated situations and understand and produce texts on a variety of topics, you need to use a C1 test. Most office jobs require this level of proficiency. If you give candidates a B1 or B2 test, for example, you won’t be able to know if they have all the necessary language skills for the job.

The best way to do that is to use a pre-employment assessment tool like TestGorilla. With our tests, you can evaluate and verify applicants’ skills in a number of domains objectively – including language proficiency.

There are several important benefits to using pre-employment tests in hiring. Skills assessments

• Help you eliminate bias: With pre-employment tests, all candidates get an equal opportunity to demonstrate their skills. So even before you screen CVs, you should give your candidates a pre-employment test to see whether they have the right skills for the job. This eliminates bias and helps you create a fair hiring process.

• Enable you to rate candidates objectively: Candidates get the same tests and their scores are calculated automatically. This makes the rating process objective and also helps you easily compare candidates.

• Are infinitely scalable: It makes no difference whether you receive 25 or 250 applications: It takes a single click to distribute the pre-employment skills assessment.

In summary

When you need a candidate who has full operational proficiency in English, you should use a C1 English test to assess their skills. You can combine this test with other role-specific tests – or even personality assessments.

By using skills assessments, you will be able to create a bias-free, objective hiring process, where all applicants get an equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities. This will enable you to hire the best candidate for the job, stress-free.

FAQs

What is the difference between an assessment and a test?
Una valutazione è l'insieme di test e domande personalizzate che metti insieme per valutare i tuoi candidati. Ogni singolo test all'interno di una valutazione è progettato per testare qualcosa di specifico, come una competenza lavorativa o linguistica. Una valutazione può comprendere fino a 5 test e 20 domande personalizzate. Puoi chiedere ai candidati di rispondere alle tue domande personalizzate in diversi modi, ad esempio con un video personalizzato.
Can I add my own questions to an assessment?
Yes! Custom questions are great for testing candidates in your own unique way. We support the following question types: video, multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Besides adding your own custom questions, you can also create your own tests.
How do video questions work?
A video question is a specific type of custom question you can add to your assessment. Video questions let you create a question and have your candidates use their webcam to record a video response. This is an excellent way to see how a candidate would conduct themselves in a live interview, and is especially useful for sales and hospitality roles. Some good examples of things to ask for video questions would be "Why do you want to work for our company?" or "Try to sell me an item you have on your desk right now." You can learn more about video questions here.
Can you explain how the other custom question types work?
Besides video questions, you can also add the following types of custom questions: multiple-choice, coding, file upload, and essay. Multiple-choice lets your candidates choose from a list of answers that you provide, coding lets you create a coding problem for them to solve, file upload allows your candidates to upload a file that you request (such as a resume or portfolio), and essay allows an open-ended text response to your question. You can learn more about different custom question types here.
Can I customize an assessment with my company logo and color theme?
Yes! You can add your own logo and company color theme to your assessments. This is a great way to leave a positive and lasting brand impression on your candidates.
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Our team is always here to help. After you sign up, we’ll reach out to guide you through the first steps of setting up your TestGorilla account. If you have any further questions, you can contact our support team via email, chat or call. We also offer detailed guides in our extensive Help & Inspiration Center.
What is the cost for using the Inglese (avanzato/C1) test?
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Can I combine the Inglese (avanzato/C1) test with other tests?
Yes. You can add up to five tests to each assessment.
Where in my recruitment process should I use the Inglese (avanzato/C1) test?
We recommend using our assessment software as a pre-screening tool at the beginning of your recruitment process. You can add a link to the assessment in your job post or directly invite candidates by email. TestGorilla replaces traditional CV screening with a much more reliable and efficient process, designed to find the most skilled candidates earlier and faster.

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