ACTFL Postsecondary Assessments
The ACTFL Proficiency Placement Test (APPT) is a non-proctored, computer-adaptive, listening and reading proficiency test in French and Spanish.
The Listening Proficiency Test (LPT) is a proctored, online, proficiency-based test for the global assessment of listening ability in a language.
The ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) is a valid and reliable means of assessing how well a person speaks a language. It is a 20-30 minute one-on-one interview between an ACTFL certified tester and a test taker.
The OPIc is a proctored internet delivered test which provides valid and reliable oral proficiency testing on a large scale. It was developed in response to the increased worldwide demand for the testing of oral language proficiency.
The Reading Proficiency Test (RPT) is a proctored, online, proficiency-based test for the global assessment of reading ability in a language.
The ACTFL Test of English Proficiency (TEP) is an English language proficiency assessment that brings together three of ACTFL’s internationally recognized assessments (L&Rcat™, OPIc™, WPT™) to provide a valid and reliable measure of language proficiency in listening, reading, speaking, and writing.