TrackTest English Assessment links the examination to the Common European Framework of Reference and follows ethical standards of fairness in educational testing as exemplified by the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing published by the American Educational Research Association (AERA/APA/NCME 1999: ISBN 0-935302-25-5).
TrackTest is the associate member of Eaquals (Evaluation and Accreditation of Quality Language Services), an organisation with the mission to foster excellence in language education across the world by providing guidance and support to teaching institutions and individuals.
Our researchers are also members of the Testing, Evaluation and Assessment SIG of the IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language), the CEFR SIG of the EALTA (European Association for Language Testing and Assessment) and ICAEA (International Civil Aviation English Association) and observe the Code of Practice of the organisations concerned.
Comparison of TrackTest and language school experts’ assessments with weighted Cohen’s kappa used as a measure of the criterion validity demonstrated substantial to almost perfect agreement (Kappa(weights: squared) = .826 (p < .001). Read the full article
306 students took the English test in three assessment rounds month by month. Results showed Cronbach’s Alpha and Intraclass Correlation (ICC) 0.816 – highly reliable. Read the full article
600 civil servants from 12 governmental institutions preparing for the EU presidency attended the English language courses. They showed a +14% improvement in English proficiency in 12 months. Read the full article
The objectives of this study were to identify and categorize non-native students´ errors in the written summaries, to see which research instruments – the mobile reading app (experimental group) or internet-based article (control group) are more effective, and to determine if language proficiency of students will improve. Full article in the Emerging Science Journal
Results of English assessments of 30.000 job candidates from Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary- English proficiency, typical weaknesses and differences. Read the full article