Taking a test is often times a stressful experience. If you are preparing to take a Versant test, a range of preparation resources are available to help you become familiar with the test format and question types.
Steps to get prepared
Learn about the test
Versant English Test
Length of test
Types of questions
Reading, Repeat, Short Questions, Sentence, Builds, Story Retelling, Open Questions
Once you’ve taken your test, your test administrator may give you access to view your score report. Test scores are reported on Pearson’s Global Scale of English, a scale developed to provide a global standard for measuring progress in English language acquisition. Scores are linked to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), with scores ranging from pre-A1 (beginner) to C2 (advanced).
Sample responses by score
What does someone who has low, intermediate, or advanced English proficiency sound like? Listen and read some sample responses to see how your skills might compare.
I have konwn your questions.If we want to improve service during lunchtime,I think we should do some things.
Firstly,we can provide variety of food,because customers all want to taste different food;Next,we can low the prices alittle so that more and more people will be attracted by our price;Then,we can adjust our cafe hours in order to attract people
I know that our cafe is very busy during lunchtime, so I want to tell you something about it.
Here are some advice. Firstly, we can make more variety of food, I think that customers love tasting diffeerent food and we also should make it better.
Next, we can do somrthing on the price, we can do some sales promotion, and more and more people will be attracted by our price. Last but not the least, we can change the cafe hour so that it will not make us very busy.
I hope these suggestions will help our cafe do better.
Thank you for asking us customers for suggestions. I am full of suggestions and happy to share them with you.
First, I think that you could increase the variety of food availalbe in the cafe. Currently, it is quite limited. If there is more to choose from, customers won't waste time looking at the menu, not knowing what to order.
Second, you should consider increasing your prices. Currently, the prices are rather low and it attracts a lot of customers. If you increase the prices (along with the quality) of the food, you might be able to cut down on some lunchtime traffic.
Lastly, you could be open longer during lunchtime. This way, the cafe won't be so crowded at one time. The traffic will be more spread out over the lunch hours.
I hope that these suggestions are helpful to you. Let me know if you have any questions.
A wide range of preparation materials is available on our Test takers resources page, including Official Test Guides for each of our Versant English tests that cover the types of questions you will be asked and tips for answering these questions. Our short, on-demand Exclusive tips clinic webinars are also available to learn insider tips and other information about the Versant tests.
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