Yes, students can apply to most UK universities with their OIETC score. OIETC offers ELLT (English Language Level Test). The English Language Level Test (ELLT) is a completely online exam that can be taken from any location in the world. It is basically an English Language Test consisting of 4 elements- Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking. At first, students have to take both a Reading and Listening test, followed by a writing test. Finally, the Speaking / Oral Test will be conducted by one of the qualified English Teachers online.
What is the duration of the ELLT Test?
The Reading Test includes two texts and lasts for 40 minutes total. This means that you have 40 minutes to complete 2 texts and some questions.
The Listening Test comprises two audio recordings and is only 20 minutes long.
The Writing Test is taken by submitting a special written assignment to the examiner. This test will last for a total of 60 minutes.
The Speaking Test can be fixed by the student. A live examiner is present for this. There are three distinct parts to the speaking test, which last for a total of about 15 minutes.
Where and how much do you have to pay for it?
Through the OI Digital Institute website, the ELLT can be purchased for £80. And the various test components will become available to you once you have purchased the ELLT.
How do I sign up for this test?
On the OI Digital Institute website, you can register for your ELLT. To register, you must first create an account by entering your email address and password in order to access the ELLT exam portal.
What OIETC score is required?
UG: Overall score of B2+, 6
PG: Overall score of B2+/ C1, 6.5/6.0
Which Universities are accepting OIETC?
- University of Hull
- University of Hertfordshire
- Ravensbourne University London
- University of Roehampton
- De Montfort University
- Birmingham City University
- Wrexham Glyndwr University
- Canterbury Christ Church University
- University of Chester
- University of Dundee
- Bangor University
- London South Bank University
- Liverpool John Moores University
- University of Bournemouth.