B2 SLRW SELT - English test for Work Permit & Study Visa £250

A 4-skills (Listening, Reading, Writing & Speaking) exam in English, aligned to the B2 level of the CEFR*. It is a Secure English Language Test (SELT) for UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) delivered through LanguageCert’s global network of SELT centres.

You must take your B2 SELT Speaking & Listening, Reading and Writing test at an APPROVED SELT CENTRE.  We are only taking booking for B1, B2, C1 and C2 SELT test by phone for all our locations.  Please call on 0333 360 1045 / 07507936760 to book your test.

You must pass a Secure English Language Test (SELT) in at least CEFR level B2 in Speaking and Listening, Reading & Writing for:

  • Minister of Religion visa (T2)
  • Innovator visa
  • Start-up visa
  • Student visa — degree level and above


How to book your SELT test
  • Book by phone on 0333 360 1045 / 07507936760

Key Features

  • EXAM LEVEL  B2 SLRW
  • FORMAT Computer Based
  • SELT SCORE 

    Listening:
      33/50
    Reading:    33/50
    Writing:     33/50
    Speaking: 33/50
  • TEST REPORT Issued 5 business days after the exam
  • Duration Speaking: 10-11 Minutes, Listening: 30 Minutes, Reading & Writing: 2 hours & 10 minutes

Exam Format

Listening

Part 1: 7 multiple choice questions (each with 3 options)

Task: • Listen twice to 7 short sentences between 2 speakers, 1 being a formal

  • Choose the appropriate response for each question

Part 2: 6 multiple choice questions (each with 3 options)

Task: • Listen twice to 3 short conversations between 2 speakers to identify: topic, purpose, context, speakers, gist, relationship between speakers, roles, functions, attitudes, feeling and opinions

  • Choose the appropriate response for each question

Part 3: 7 questions (write notes on the message pad based on the information in the recording)

Task: • Listen twice to the recording to identify specific information

  • Jot down answers consisting of 1 to 3 words

Part 4: 6 multiple choice questions (each with 3 options)

Task: • Listen twice to a discussion to identify gist, examples, fact, opinion, contrast, purpose, key ideas, attitude, cause and effect

  • Choose the appropriate response for each question

Reading

Part 1: 5 multiple choice questions (each with 3 options)

Task: • 5 short texts each with one gap testing layout, lexis, cohesive devices, coherence

  • Choose the appropriate response for each question

Part 2: 6 questions multiple choice options to fill in an incomplete text (1 option is a distractor)

Task: • Choose the appropriate sentence for each gap in the text

Part 3: 7 questions (4 texts provide the answers)

Task: • Read the 4 texts, e.g. email, article, advert, etc. and choose which text answers which question

Part 4: 8 questions (requiring short answers of 1 to 3 words)

Task: • A continuous text: narrative, descriptive, expository, biographical, instructive

Writing

Part 1: 70 - 100 words (respond appropriately to a given text in order to produce a formal response for an intended public audience)

Task: • Write a response to a letter, poster, diary, timetable, leaflet, etc. for a specified reader addressing a clearly defined number of content points.

Part 2: 100 - 120 words (produce an informal letter to a friend)

Task: • Write a letter on a given topic of personal interest

  • Include 2 functions e.g. invite a friend to stay, describe what you will do

How to prepare for your test

Once booked and paid we will send you all the learning guidance required for you to prepare for your test.  You can also contact us to have a practice test at no extra cost.

Why Choose us?

  • Official SELT booking site
  • Delivering & administering SELT exams since 2009
  • Only we give the result on the same day
  • Certification in 3 days
  • Book by phone & online
  • Accredited centre by ASIC (UKVI INSPECTORS)
  • Next day test available
  • Learning guidance and tutor support provided
  • ID & Registration check as standard