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CEFR levels & descriptors provide a clear understanding of the test results

LMAP CEFR TABLE

LAMP test are online delivered and use professional and global communication content to evaluate the English-language proficiency of nonnative English speakers, giving the proof about your testers’ ability in a real-world business setting.

The test itself is a progressive test using artificial intelligence based on multiple choice and fill in the blanc questions.

LMAP provides you with score correlation including the main English tests of the market

LMAP CEFR CORRELATION WITH

TOEFL, IELTS and TOEIC tests

The table below is describing the correlation between the main English tests and the LMAP ENGLISH TEST.

CEFR-6 levels LMAP correlation table – CUT SCORES
CEFR-6 levels LMAP TOEFL ITP  TOEFL IBT IELTS TOEIC ALTE
A1 6 120 breakthrough
A2 18 337 225 level 1
B1 35 460 42 4.5 550 level 2
B2 56 543 72 5.5 785 level 3
C1 81 627 95 7.0 945 level 4
C2 100 8.5 level 5

LMAP CEFR DESCRIPTORS

The CEFR was designed with the objective of providing a transparent, coherent and as comprehensive as possible basis for the development of language programs, curriculum guidelines, teaching and learning materials, as well as for foreign language skills assessment.
You can find below the CEFR table and descriptors used by the LMAP test.

CEFR CaTEGORY
LMAP CEFR LEVEL
LMAP CEFR DescriptorS
C2 C2 Can understand effortlessly almost anything they read or hear. Can summarize facts and arguments from various written and oral sources in a coherent manner. Can express themselves spontaneously, very fluently and precisely and can make fine nuances of meaning distinct in relation to complex subjects
C1 C1.2 Can understand a wide range of long and demanding texts, as well as grasp implicit meanings. Can express themselves on complex subjects in a clear and well-structured manner and demonstrate control over the tools of organization, articulation and cohesion of discourse. Can easily follow complex and unfamiliar debates, conferences and discussions. Can understand a wide range of audio/video recordings in non-standard languages and identify fine details including implicit attitudes and relationships of interlocutors. Can participate in discussions, even on abstract, complex and unfamiliar topics, usually linking their own contribution to that of others. In a formal discussion, can participate in a debate on abstract, complex and unfamiliar topics, support the debate and argue in a convincing and relevant way
C1 C1.1 Can express themself spontaneously and fluently without much obvious searching for words. Can use language effectively and flexibly in social, professional or academic life. Can use complex sentences and idioms, even if some errors remain in the choice of vocabulary and misinterpretations can occur in translations. In an informal discussion, can follow exchanges (group discussion or debate) between natives and possibly ask to confirm details. Can understand native speakers in meetings and is able to conduct and actively participate in meetings. Can read all kinds of professional documents, write works for publication correctly, negotiate contracts. Can recognize a wide range of idioms and common phrases by noting changes in register
B2 B2.2 Oral and written comprehension is very extensive, is at ease in very diverse communication situations. Expresses with ease, even if grammatical errors persist. Vocabulary needs to be expanded to cope with greater oral communication situations, and to develop written expression and comprehension. Can understand most professional situations and English speakers at international meetings. Orally can meet most professional requirements, conduct job interviews, represent the company
B2 B2.1 Can understand common professional explanations. Can discuss past or future projects, can read simple technical documentation. Is able to write reports, letters of complaint, etc. with some difficulty.
B1 B1.2 Can understand a message of medium complexity, sometimes by having it repeated. Still has difficulty expressing himself on complex issues and often has to think about what they say because of many hesitations about vocabulary
B1 B1.1 Can understand the main points when clear and standard language is used and if it is a familiar topic in work, leisure, etc. Can handle most situations encountered while travelling in an area where the target language is spoken. Can produce a simple and coherent speech on familiar topics and in areas of interest. Can perform very simple tasks where no creativity in the language is required. Can describe an event, experience or dream, describe a hope or goal and briefly explain reasons or explanations for a project or idea. In terms of oral expression, spontaneity begins to take hold in simple situations, but the speech remains choppy and they look for their words
A2 A2.2 Can describe in simple terms their job, their immediate environment and handle subjects that correspond to immediate needs. Can understand a conversation about simple everyday situations with a person whose language is not their mother tongue. Can express themself in simple but hesitant language and make themself understood by attentive interlocutors in elementary situations: introduce themself, find their way around, ask for information, order a meal,… Can understand simple and standard business instructions and correspondence and can write short memos. Can take a phone message
A2 A2.1 Can understand isolated sentences and frequently used expressions related to immediate areas of priority (e. g. simple personal and family information, shopping, local environment, work). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring only a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine topics. Can understand simple and standard business instructions and correspondence and can write short memos. Can take a phone message
A1 A1 Can understand and use familiar and everyday expressions and very simple statements designed to meet basic needs. Can introducethemselves and others and ask questions about themself – for example, where they live, who they know, what belongs to them, etc. – and can answer the same type of questions. Can communicate in a simple way if the other person speaks slowly and clearly and is cooperative. Can understand in situations of immediate survival, simple questions, isolated words, reproduce learned expressions
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