BİLET STAGE 1 EXAM (PLACEMENT EXAM)
The Proficiency exam is a multiple choice exam that aims to determine the use of language and reading and writing skills of the student. The exam serves as a tool to determine both the English level and whether or not the student is eligible to take the BİLET Stage 2 exam. The exam is made up of 50 multiple choice questions (20 reading and 30 use of language) and two short paragraph writing assignments.
Students that receive a grade of 45 and above are eligible to take the BİLET Stage 2 exam.
BİLET STAGE 2 EXAM (EXEMPTION EXAM)
The BİLET Stage 2 exam is an exemption exam that is held over two days and measures reading, writing and speaking skills. Speaking skills are tested on the first day and the reading and writing skills on the second day.
Students receiving a grade of 60 and above from the BİLET Stage 2 exam are eligible to begin their undergraduate studies. Students that receive a grade below 60 will be placed in the Preparatory Program.
Which level within the Preparatory Program a student will begin at is determined according to the grade they received from the BİLET Stage 1 exam.
For further information and example exams please consult the English Preparatory Program New Register Booklet or visit (Sample Exam)