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So, you’ve found out you need to take the CELPIP test – either CELPIP – General or CELPIP – General LS. Perhaps you need to pass the test to get a visa for immigration to your new life in Canada. Or perhaps you need to be able to demonstrate your English language proficiency for workplace or study purposes. But where do you go from here? Don’t worry – E2 has you covered! We’ll take you through everything you need to know to help you pass your test the first time! 

If you would like to know more about Canada before making a decision, we have prepared a free downloadable guide for you!

What is the CELPIP Test?

The CELPIP Test is known in full as the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program test. It is Canada’s leading English language proficiency test for immigration and for professional designation. The two available forms of the CELPIP test are CELPIP – General and CELPIP – General LS. CELPIP – General tests candidates on the four English skills of reading, listening, writing and speaking. CELPIP – General LS Test tests candidates only on their listening and speaking skills. To find out whether CELPIP – General or CELPIP – General LS is right for you, follow this link

Why Should I Take CELPIP?

CELPIP is a specially designed Canadian English proficiency test, so it is the perfect test to take if you need to demonstrate your English language proficiency for immigration to Canada. In fact, CELPIP is one of only two English tests officially accepted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for Canadian residency and citizenship visa applications. 

As a well recognised and respected high stakes English language test, CELPIP is also a great test to take if you need to obtain proof of your level of English for work or study purposes. Be sure to check which CELPIP test your organisation requires you to take before booking. 

How Long Is the Exam and What Does it Involve?

CELPIP – General lasts about 3 hours and is completed in one sitting, all computerised, in a CELPIP test centre, either in Canada or internationally. It comprises four sections: listening, reading, writing and speaking. CELPIP – General LS lasts about 1 hour and 10 minutes, and only has 2 sections: listening and speaking. This test can only be taken in Canada.  

How do I pass the first time?

The key to passing CELPIP the first time and saving yourself time and money is dedication and preparation. As with any test, you need to be familiar with what to expect, you need to learn skills to do well, and you need to practise, practise, practise! The good news is, E2 has taken the hard work out of CELPIP test prep for you! 

Preparing for CELPIP has never been easier, as E2 has a full online test preparation package to guide you through every step of the way. There are options to suit your individual needs, and you can even start for FREE today! There are self-study materials, with lessons and practice items for you to learn at your own pace. There are also test items and submittable speaking and writing for feedback from our expert tutors, plus full practice tests to give you the chance to do mock tests in real-time. You will even have access to Live Classes with real-life teachers and other students, as well as One-on-one Tutorials for individual expert tuition. So you won’t be alone – you’ll have E2’s help for all your CELPIP needs! 

Another key factor in passing CELPIP first time is having a high level of general English. If you feel you need to improve in this area, don’t worry, we also have everything you need! Simply head over to E2 English, where you will find packages to suit your own level of English. You will also be able to sign up to improve your grammar, spelling and pronunciation

Interested to know even more about Canada? We have prepared a free downloadable guide for you!

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