iTEP Au Pair

Au Pair and Domestic Assistant English Assessment

Part of the au pair experience is learning a new language and culture. However, to provide high quality services, au pairs and au pair hiring companies need to establish a baseline in language proficiency. iTEP Au Pair, the first test in the market dedicated solely to the evaluation of au pairs, excels in streamlining their evaluation process.

iTEP Au Pair is used by agencies to screen au pair candidates with ease. It can be incorporated seamlessly into existing evaluation procedures, and it enables agencies to ensure au pair candidates have the language skills necessary to succeed in an English-speaking environment.

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In each section, the examinees will encounter content and questions targeted to identify varying levels of proficiency.

A Listening — 20 minutes/ three parts
Part 1. Eight high-beginning to low-intermediate level short conversations of two to three sentences, each followed by one multiple-choice question.
Part 2. One two- to four-minute intermediate-level conversation, followed by five multiple-choice questions.
Part 3. One four-minute high-intermediate conversation, followed by five multiple-choice questions.

B Speaking — 5 minutes/ two parts (plus one minute warm-up section)
Part 1. The examinee hears and reads a short question geared to low-intermediate level, then has 30 seconds to prepare a spoken response and 45 seconds to speak.
Part 2. The examinee hears a brief upper-level statement presenting two sides of an issue, then is asked to express his or her thoughts on the topic, with 45 seconds to prepare and 60 seconds to speak.

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