Spoken Language Results


Harver’s Spoken Language Assessment evaluates a candidate's level of quality of pronunciation and fluency to help understand the overall level of spoken language proficiency. The test consists of three parts where candidates record their voice when 1) pronouncing different words 2) reading longer sentences 3) listening to short sentences and repeating them.

The results from the Spoken Language Assessment are reported on four scales;

  • CEFR = Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

  • PTE Academic = Pearson

  • IELTS = International English Language Testing System

  • Numerical = the IELTS score is being transformed from IELTS bands to a percentage score of 0-100%.

    • See scoring guideline below.

IELTS Scoring Guide

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