China adopts English-skills test produced in South Korea

06/29/2010 | Korea Times (Seoul), The

Starting in November, China will offer an English-proficiency test developed in South Korea. Creators of the TOSEL -- or Test of the Skills in the English Language -- say it differs from other widely used tests because it offers various levels of testing for test takers based on their ages and levels of proficiency. The TOSEL committee plans to promote the test to more countries.

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