The Language Proficiency Index (LPI) is an English language test of reading and writing. The purpose of the LPI test is to provide a consistent and standardized measurement of an examinee’s competency in English. Many post-secondary institutions in British Columbia and other parts of Canada use LPI scores to assess the English language proficiency of prospective and current students for entrance into their academic programs or first-year English courses. For getting real estate’s mortgage license it is considered as a basic requirement before writing the license exam. Our students have excellent results in these tests.
To remain competitive, companies and professional associations look to recruit employees and certify members who have the necessary reading and writing skills to carry out their responsibilities and represent their organizations effectively. This assessment information helps to maximize both the success rate of the individuals applying to programs of various post-secondary institutions and professional organizations and also to contribute to these programs’ efficiency.
Language Proficiency Index assesses the reading and writing proficiency of students for academic purpose. (First year studies) It is accepted by 30 Institutions across B.C, Alberta and Yukon. Real estate and mortgage course students need 4.5 band score to qualify this test.