Prepare for an English test by taking practice exams online sites such as CambridgeEnglish.org, EngishJet.com and World-English.org. Users can take these practice tests free of charge.
The Cambridge English Language Assessment consists of 25 multiple-choice questions designed to test your English proficiency level. There is no time limit for completing the test, and test-takers can view their test results and see the correct answers immediately following the test. The test results indicate an approximate English skill level, which may be different from the official English examination. Cambridge offers the general English test for adults and a test for schools for students 11 years-old and older. To begin the test, click on the blue tab at the bottom of the page.
Englishjet.com offers an English practice test that consists of 68 multiple-choice questions. The test covers word order, sentence structure, vocabulary usage and grammar. Test-takers can access their scores and view the correct answers after completing the test. Englishjet.com provides English fluency level assessments based on the test results.
The English test available at World-English.org is a 50-question diagnostic grammar assessment that is divided into three sections, and the site scores each section separately. The first section of the test consists of 20 multiple-choice questions. Section two of the test has 20 fill-in-the blank questions, and the final section has 10 multiple-choice questions. This test is designed to help test-takers identify their weak points in the area of grammar and usage, and it displays score results and feedback upon the completion of each section.