Wall Street English levels:
- 14 – 17 Milestone
Cambridge English Scale: 160 – 179
- IELTS: 5.5 – 6.5
- TOEFL IBT: 72
- TOEIC Listening & Reading: 785 – 944
- TOEIC Speaking & Writing: 310 – 359
- Cambridge: FCE
You can understand complex conversations in personal and professional situations. You understand technical speeches. You can understand most TV and radio programs especially if they are about current issues.
You can understand the meaning of newspaper articles about current affairs in which the writers use a specific language, expressing their viewpoints. You can understand complex terms related to technical arguments.
You can interact quite spontaneously and fluently with native speakers. You can take part in complex conversations, expressing your opinions and needs with confidence. You can describe a wide variety of events.
You can write clear, complex texts about a wide range of subjects, justifying the pros and cons of plans and giving different opinions. You can write texts that clearly describe specific events.
You can provide clear and detailed descriptions on a wide range of topics related to your interests. You can express your point of view, giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options, with ease and confidence.
You’re an IT engineer and you understand most videos which explain the specifications and functions of new technological solutions: you understand the technical guide videos and manuals about your sector.
You meet your business partner in London and talk about your future collaboration in a clear and detailed way: you can present written reports and documents about your work.
You are invited to a business meeting abroad where you meet managers and directors: you can introduce yourself confidently in conversations and interact well with those present, knowing how to construct complex professional phrases.