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If you are a university or college student and have been asked to take a Password test then this area is for you.
You can use these pages to familiarise yourself with the test format, explore sample questions and take practice tests.
How to prepare
To have the best chance of success in your Password test,
it is important for you to prepare properly. The following information
will help you to get ready for test day and to know what type of questions
to expect in your test.

It is recommended that you first look through the preparation material first and then take a
practice test, which we will mark for you. Along with your results report which will contain both
Password scores and CEFR levels, we will send you some helpful tips to further improve your score.
Steps for success
Find out from your institution which test you are required to take.
Look through the preparation material for that test, reviewing the test format and question types.
Take a practice test.
University and College Students
Preparation material
  • Password Skills and Skills Receptive
    The Password Skills Test has 2-4 sections: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.
    If completed as a full Skills Test,
    this test takes 3 hours 5 minutes.
  • Password Knowledge and Writing
    The Password Knowledge and Writing Test has 2 sections: Knowledge and Writing
    This test takes 1 hour 30 minutes.
  • Password Maths
    The Password Maths Test has 4 sections
    This test takes 1 hour.
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Password Skills Practice Test
  • Tests reading, writing, listening and speaking
Test time Test time: 3 hours and 5 minutes
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Password Skills Receptive Practice Test
  • Tests reading and listening (please note these are the same questions as in Password Skills Practice test)
Test time Test time: 2 hours and 15 minutes
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