CELPIP Course in Chandigarh - StepUp IELTS

CELPIP Course Description

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The Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) is an English language proficiency test accepted by a number of governments, professional organizations, universities, colleges, and employers as proof of English language competency. The test evaluates the test taker’s English abilities in a variety of everyday situations, such as communicating with co-workers and superiors in the workplace, interacting with friends, understanding newscasts, and interpreting and responding to written materials.

There are two versions of this Test: The CELPIP-General Test and the CELPIP-General LS Test. The CELPIP-General Test is used to access the basic four functional skills of a language, that is: Listening, Reading, Writing, and speaking skills. The CELPIP-General Test is accepted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) as proof of English language proficiency for permanent residency in Canada.

Other organizations that accept the CELPIP-General Test include the Real Estate Council of British Columbia (RECBC) and Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC). The CELPIP-General LS Test is used to assess functional Listening and speaking proficiency, and is accepted by IRCC as proof of English language proficiency for Canadian citizenship.

TEST FORMAT

LISTENING

(Time allotted: 47-55 minutes)
No. of questions Component sections
1 Practice task
8 Part 1: Listening to Problem Solving
5 Part 2: Listening to a Daily Life Conversation
6 Part 3: Listening for Information
5 Part 4: Listening to a News Item
8 Part 5: Listening to a Discussion
6 Part 6: Listening to Viewpoints

Reading

(Time allotted: 55-60 minutes)
No. of questions Component sections
1 Practice task
11 Part 1: Reading Correspondence
8 Part 2: Reading to Apply a Diagram
9 Part 3: Reading for Information
10 Part 4: Reading for Viewpoints

Writing

(Time allotted: 53-60 minutes)
No. of questions Component sections
1 Task 1: Writing an Email
1 Task 2: Responding to Survey Questions

Speaking

(Time allotted: 15-20 minutes)
No. of questions Component sections
1 Practice Task
1 Task 1: Giving Advice
1 Task 2: Talking about a Personal Experience
1 Task 3: Describing a Scene
1 Task 4: Making Predictions
1 Task 5: Comparing and Persuading
1 Task 6: Dealing with a Difficult Situation
1 Task 7: Expressing Opinions
1 Task 8: Describing an Unusual Situation