What is your Spanish level?
This Spanish level test contains grammar and vocabulary questions and your test result will help you choose a level to practice at.
This is a more-than-100-question multiple choice grammar test with questions graded from beginner to advanced.
Grammatical knowledge is an indication of your Spanish level, and many educational establishments use grammar tests to assess new students’ level of Spanish before they start a new course.
How do I know my Spanish level?
Start with A1, the passing score is 75%, which denotes the mastery of a level. Try the next level and do the same thing.
At the end of the test your level of Spanish will be assessed with reference to the Common European Framework of reference for languages (CEFR). These levels are A1(lowest), A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 (highest).
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages describes what a learner is supposed to be able to do in a foreign language and it provides a great starting point to improve your Spanish.
*A complete exam contains sections such as speaking and writing which are not tested here.
Don’t worry about the result, you can improve with our Spanish lessons online.