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Subject: language levels
What do the acronyms CLB/SLC stand for in the language level explanations?
[15-11-2005,14:25]
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catocan
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Canadan language Branchmark
there is detail explaination on cic.gc.ca

[15-11-2005,16:07]
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departure bay
language TEST (CELPIP) (in reply to: language levels)
Hi All,

I was requested to provide proof of the english language proficiency. I accordingly took the CELPIP ( the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index..).

I scored 4H in reading $ litstening, 4L in writing and 3H in speaking parts of the test. On the test score certificate, it shows that 4H and above are 4 points whereas 4L and 3H are 2 points when converted to the CIC way of assinging scores. So, did I score 12 out of 16?

If there is anyone who has taken the CELPIP, would you please iform me how it actually works.

Thanks
Ano

[15-11-2005,17:59]
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anno
(in reply to: language levels)
Yes you scored 12 out of 16.

I suggest that you re-appear in CELPIP and try to get atleast 4H in all the sections.

[15-11-2005,18:24]
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Kenny
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Eh, hello, this is my blog.. next time create your own!
[15-11-2005,18:56]
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catocan

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