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Advanced English Test (C1 - C2)

A high-level English test to check your advanced grammar and vocabulary knowledge. Find out your current level of English by completing ALL 16 questions. You will get your RESULTS & the CORRECT ANSWERS immediately after completing the questions - every question is multiple choice. After you get the correct answers, if you still have a problem understanding a question, leave me a comment below and I will try to explain the answer for you.  

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...maybe not very good..
Hi Joseph, Thanks for taking the time to do the test and leave a comment. Obviously this multiple-choice test of only 16 questions is not of the same difficulty as the CPE <a href="" rel="nofollow">Cambridge exam</a> which as you know takes around 6 hours to complete and covers Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Use of English. However, if a student takes this test and is comfortable with the grammar and vocabulary being tested here, then the CPE test could be suitable for them with a lot of exam preparation for that particular test. The comments with your score at the end of this test are not meant to accurately represent an official result which is equal to an examiner's report from a 6-hour exam... It's just a short multiple-choice test for people who want to practise some higher level grammar. Congratualtions on your CPE result. In which country did you take the exam? And can you remember which number questions that you got wrong in this test???
This test cannot assess one's English level properly, I have A in my CPE and the result was that C1 was a little high for me...
hi, Mr. Grennan! I have done the test, the result is : Your score is 9 out of 16. 56% Not bad! Maybe C1 is a bit high for you, but try our B1 - B2 grammar test instead. What do you recommend me to do for a C1 test? Thanks. Best Regards. Tina
Hi, I think this is a good practicing, it is good to know someone like you. I hope next time I can be lucKyer in those tests. bye.
Question 16. fall behind with instead of fall behind on

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