"The secret of getting ahead is getting started."
- Mark Twain
Get Ahead! Why ELSA@home?
"I want to study in
English, but I don't know if my
language skills are good
You are busy planning your future career. You know you have what it takes to become who you want to be and live the life you have always dreamed of. You are willing to work hard and do whatever it takes.
The study material, classes and test will all be in English - this worries you.
e-ELSA gives you a valid and accurate assessment of your current English level. The English Literacy Skills Assessment will help you to
determine whether you are ready to study, train or work in an English environment.
Your ELSA results will either provide you with peace of mind or give you a chance to take action.
"I need to
improve my English, but I
don't know where and how
If someone asked you about your level of English you wouldn't know how to truthfully answer them. You believe that your English is okay, but for someone as driven and dedicated as you, just being okay sucks!
You want to be good, no, GREAT! The problem is that language is complicated and there are lots of different things to work on to improve your skills. How can you know where to begin to get the best results?
e-ELSA will help you to gain information about your learning strengths and challenges in English.
Knowing your English level helps you know where you are right now to plan goals for the future.
"I have been working on improving my English for a while now.
How can I measure my
success or progress?"
You have been working hard at improving your English. You know that you are making progress, but you need a way to validate this. You would feel a lot better knowing that your time and effort is worth it.
e-ELSA gives you an accurate assessment of your current level at any of 7 different English literacy skills. This will help you to plan for teaching and literacy interventions and monitor your progress.
Being able to track your progress is a great motivator. You will also be much better equipped to plan for future interventions in the areas where you are not seeing improvement.