AAST Placement Test

The Cambridge English Placement Test (CEPT) is an online adaptive test of general English used for candidate placement purposes. The test was developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment, which has a long history of language assessment and close links to the development of the CEFR.

  • The test covers Reading, Use of English and Listening. A report of the results is provided from CEFR Level Pre-A1–C2.
  • The test takes approximately 30 minutes. The test will not end abruptly but will allow the candidate to complete the task they are answering. The test ends when the candidate clicks on the arrow to go to the next task.
  • The CBPT is automatically scored. The examinee knows the score directly after finishing the exam. The score is recorded and automatically documented by the computer system and the administrators of the exam.

What should I bring with me to the exam?

The examinees should have two things with them:

  • AAST registration number.
  • Acceptable, valid identification (ID) document(s):With few exceptions, ID documents must meet all of the following requirements. Each ID document must:
  • Be an original document photocopied documents are not acceptable
  • Be valid expired documents (bearing expiration dates that have passed) are not acceptable
  • Bear the test taker's full name matching exactly the name used to register
  • Bear a recent photograph that clearly matches the test taker

NOTE: The AAST&MT reserves the right to dismiss you from a test session, cancel your scores without a refund and/or ban you from future testing for ANY of the following reasons:

  • Faling to provide valid identification.
  • Attempting to give or receive assistance communication in any form is not permitted.
  • Using or having a cell phone during the test or during breaks.
  • Using any of the following unauthorized aids:mobile phones – books – pamphlets – notes – dictionaries – translators – any hand-held electronic or photographic devices.
  • Tampering with the computer.
  • Taking a weapon or firearm into the test center.
  • Taking food, drinks or tobacco into the testing room.
  • Engaging in any kind of disruptive or threatening behavior.


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