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From VOA Learning English, this is the Education Report.
EF Education First is a private education company. It is working with LinkedIn to test members of the business social networking site on the language of business: English. The idea is simple. When LinkedIn users in non-English speaking countries update their profiles, they have the option of taking the EFSET test. The EFSET test is a free online English test from EF Education First. LinkedIn will redirect users to EF’s website to take the test. Users who pass the EFSET can then post their official test results on their LinkedIn profile. There is no cost for users. The EF-LinkedIn partnership offers English learners a free and easy way to demonstrate their English ability online. However, the EFSET test is new and not as well known as the TOEFL and IELTS. Several companies have online English proficiency tests. They often place a student into a level of an online teaching program connected to the company. Most of the tests just measure knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, and reading. Students preparing for an English test should also check their listening skill. Exam English has free online tests that include listening comprehension sections. The test taker listens to a text and answers questions about it. Colleges and universities accept international students based on their test scores. They also can be placed on a widely-accepted skill level measure, like the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). Employers decide on their own which test results to accept for international applicants.