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I want to find out my English level (A1-C2). I thought it will be a good idea to find some placement tests. Where I can find some free, good English placement tests with some feedback?

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    Questions about tests used to be on topic, I think. This question would be improved by slightly more focus than "English level" - vocabulary, grammar, speech, understanding, etc.? – Tommi Brander Aug 13 '18 at 13:46
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    @AML Closed on ELL: ell.stackexchange.com/q/176069/49182 – Hatchet Aug 13 '18 at 16:14
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    @AML Please don't send people to other sites if the question is relevant or can be made relevant to our site. We have had a similar question, with a focus on Polish, in the past: How to certify language skills online. – Christophe Strobbe Aug 13 '18 at 18:30
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    Could you please rephrase your question a bit. Strictly speaking, a placement test is a test offered by a language school to determine what level of course you should attend at their school. Could you please say whether the "level" refers to CEFR or something else? – Christophe Strobbe Aug 13 '18 at 18:33
  • Simple question, so many answers, but everything is off-topic. The placement test are tests which are showing you a level of your language competencies, not only at the language schools, but at universities too. So many people have lost their time to prove that my question is not appropriate. – neuroflow Aug 14 '18 at 6:51
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Here is another: DIALANG.

This one allows you to get a level in Listening, Writing, Reading, Structures (grammar) and Vocabulary. Each test has 30 questions, the listening part takes about 20-30 minutes (perhaps depending on the level), but you should be able to finish the other parts in 10-15 minutes each.

Note: In my opinion, the level it indicates is often quite high.

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