Do I need to pass a language test to qualify for admission?
Most institutions in Canada require demonstration of proficiency in their language of instruction (either English or French), usually through the achievement of a certain minimum score in a standardized language test. You should confirm the details of the language requirement with the Office of Admissions of the university or college to which you are applying.
The CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment Test) is an assessment of the English language used in academic situations in colleges and universities in Canada. The purpose of the exam is to assess the English language ability and level of students who are planning to study in Canada. The CAEL is an integrated 4-part exam which tests reading, writing, listening and speaking. To register for the CAEL Test or to purchase the Preparation Guide, including practice tests, see http://www.cael-exam.com
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