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Overseas agents, parents of English Language Learners, students and schools have an interest in Program Sponsors who accept the results of iTEP exams.  Many test takers and overseas agents want to know in advance which Program Sponsors will accept the results of the iTEP exams before they commit to taking or requiring an exam.

Please read the form below and respond to each question. Please feel free to email us or give us a call on +1 (203) 533-4655. We will be happy to provide answers about the iTEP suite of exams so that you can make your decision about which iTEP exams to accept as proof of English proficiency.

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iTEP Conversation is designed to give test-takers an opportunity to speak freely about things that they already know. Questions are friendly and conver topics one might expect to encounter in casual conversation. All questions are free-response to allow test-takers to speak as much as they are able.
iTEP Intern assesses speaking and listening skills using content specific to a workplace environment. The test challenges prospective interns to demonstrate that they are capable of communicating verbally in English. iTEP Intern helps determine if an applicant can effectively receive instructions and perform communication-related tasks such as answering phones, delivering messages, and participating in meetings.
A two-section (listening & speaking) test built for the fast-paced environment of international customer service. Hotels, restaurants, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, and many more hospitality businesses can benefit from the confidence iTEP provides in making sure employees are ready to communicate effectively and service clients. The test is also effective in assessing employees readiness for promotion.
iTEP Au Pair assesses the speaking and listening skills needed by au pairs. By scoring well on the test, prospective au pairs demonstrate that they are capable of communicating verbally in English in a domestic setting. This ensures they can receive and follow specific instructions, and have the language skills necessary to effectively tend to the needs of their host families.
The Secondary Level Assessment Test of English (SLATE) accommodates the needs of young English learners in two test forms: iTEP SLATE-Plus, which assesses grammar, listening, reading, writing, and speaking; and iTEP SLATE-Core, which assesses only grammar, listening, and reading.
iTEP Business enables employers and hiring managers to quantify English-language ability in great detail. With content specific to the workplace, you get a reliable picture of a candidate's mastery of the language skills necessary for the job. You are empowered to make hiring and promotion decisions with confidence.