Universities and colleges use Password testing pre-arrival to speed up offer making and aid international student recruitment. Password testing's immediate and reliable results enable accurate pre-arrival counselling by off-shore staff and trusted representatives.
Admissions officers can easily access results back home if required in order to make informed decisions about English language levels. Students can then be offered admission to appropriate courses with turnaround times for offer making being dramatically reduced.
Password testing is usually used pre-arrival for students joining the following courses:
- General English programmes / ELICOS
- English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
- International Foundation Programmes / Bridging Programmes
- Pre-Masters Programmes
- Pre-Sessional Courses
For students joining undergraduate and postgraduate courses directly, the Password Knowledge with Reading and Writing test can be supplemented by an institution's own listening and speaking assessments. Results for these test modules can easily be added to the Password reports and certificates.
“Griffith University has found Password testing to be a very useful and reliable tool for establishing indicative English Language levels.”
Pamela Humphreys, Deputy Director, GELI, Griffith University, Australia