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Registration Number: 0000000018135240
Gina Soraya
Gegerkalong Lebak 28Bandung, Jawa Barat 40152Indonesiaginsoraya@gmail.com(62) +628121451516ETS ID: 8470473
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 Type: PassportCountry: IndonesiaID: A0724354
Test Test Date Reading Listening Speaking Writing Total
TELXML Sat Mar 16 08:06:58 EDT 2013 16 17 18 18 69How to interpret scores
ReadingSkillsLevel Your Performance
Test takers who receive a score at the
 level, as you did, typically understand academic texts inEnglish that require a wide range of reading abilities,although their understanding of certain parts of the texts islimited.Test takers who receive a score at the
 level typically
have a good command of common academic
vocabulary but still have some difficulty with high-level vocabulary;
have a very good understanding of grammaticalstructure;
can understand and connect information, makeappropriate inferences, and synthesize informationin a range of texts but have more difficulty when thevocabulary is high level and the text is conceptuallydense;
can recognize the expository organization of a textand the role that specific information serves within alarger text but have some difficulty when these arenot explicit or easy to infer from the text; and
can abstract major ideas from a text but have moredifficulty doing so when the text is conceptuallydense.
ListeningSkillsLevel Your Performance
Test takers who receive a score at the
 level, as you did, typically understand conversations andlectures in English that present a wide range of listeningdemands. These demands can include difficult vocabulary(uncommon terms or colloquial or figurative language),complex grammatical structures, and/or abstract or complexideas. However, lectures and conversations that require thelistener to make sense of unexpected or seeminglycontradictory information may present some difficulty.When listening to conversations and lectures like these, testtakers at the
level typically can
understand explicitly stated main ideas andimportant details, especially if they are reinforced, but may have difficulty understanding main ideasthat must be inferred or important details that are notreinforced;
understand how information is being used (for example, to provide support or describe a step in acomplex process);
recognize how pieces of information are connected(for example, in a cause-and-effect relationship);
understand, though perhaps not consistently, waysthat speakers use language for purposes other than to
give information (for example, to emphasize a point,express agreement or disagreement, or conveyintentions indirectly); and
synthesize information from adjacent parts of alecture or conversation and make correct inferenceson the basis of that information, but may havedifficulty synthesizing information from separate parts of a lecture or conversation.
SpeakingSkillsLevel Your Performance
Speaking aboutfamiliar topics
Fair(2.5 - 3.0)
Your responses indicate you are able to speak in Englishabout your personal experiences and opinions in a mostlyclear and coherent manner. Your speech is mostly clear with only occasional errors. Grammar and vocabulary aresomewhat limited and include some errors. At times, thelimitations prevent you from elaborating fully on your ideas, but they do not seriously interfere with overallcommunication.Speaking aboutcampussituations
Limited(1.5 -2.0)
Your responses indicate that you have some difficultyspeaking in English about information from conversations,newspaper articles, university publications, and so on.While you are able to talk about some of the keyinformation from these sources, limited grammar andvocabulary may prevent you from fully expressing your ideas. Problems with pronunciation make it difficult for listeners to understand you at times.Speaking aboutacademiccourse content
Fair(2.5 - 3.0)
Your responses demonstrate that you are able to speak inEnglish about academic reading and lecture material, withonly minor communication problems. For the most part,your speech is clear and easy to understand. However, some problems with pronunciation and intonation mayoccasionally cause difficulty for the listener. Your use of grammar and vocabulary is adequate to talk about thetopics, but some ideas are not fully developed or areinaccurate.

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