English practice test with answers (B2)
This full-length English B2 practice test (mock test) provides a test structure, questions, and tasks similar to the certificated TrackTest English exam. You can download the full test in a pdf file for free on the link below (no registration is needed).
The B2 sample test is provided for practice only. The official results and TrackTest English certificates can be achieved only with tests taken with a computer or smartphone through the official TrackTest website.
The TrackTest B2 English Sample Core Test contains three sections:
- SECTION I: Grammar (Use of English)
- SECTION II: Reading Comprehension
- SECTION III: Listening Comprehension
The expected duration of the test is 45 minutes.
In the certificated test, you always need to complete the whole section (grammar, reading, listening) before you proceed to the next section. The optional Speaking&Writing exam can be started after the successful completion of the Core test.
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How to use this B2 English practice test:
1. Download the Tracktest B2 English Test pdf with answers
Print it and start answering the questions.
When you reach the Listening comprehension section (page 8 in the pdf test), listen to the audio samples below and mark the best answers.
B2 Listening Task 1:
B2 Listening Task 2:
3. Calculate the result
On the last page (p10), you will find the correct answers to the test questions and the formula for the calculation of the percentage score. A score of 65% and more means that you would pass the B2 level and get the TrackTest B2 certificate.
What is the B2 English level?
The B2 proficiency level (Upper-Intermediate English) is the fourth of six reference levels defined by CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). B2 is the most demanded proficiency level for job positions requiring the daily active use of language. Compared to the alternative English language assessment frameworks, it is similar to IELTS level 5-6 or TOEFL scores 87-109.
The CEFR Common Reference levels are fully defined in a structured set of illustrative ‘can-do’ descriptors for many different categories. The main descriptors for the B2 level also include these ‘can-do’ statements:
Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, including technical discussions in his/her field of specialisation.
Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers quite possible without strain for either party.
Can produce clear, detailed text on a wide range of subjects and explain a viewpoint on a topical issue giving the advantages and disadvantages of various options.