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英語(熟練/C2)テストは、CEFRフレームワークのC2レベルでの候補者の英語における高レベルの習熟度を評価します。語彙、文法、読解、執筆、リスニング、スピーキングスキルを評価します。

Covered skills:

  • 語彙
  • 読解
  • 聞いている
  • 文法
  • 書き込み
  • 話し中

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9 reasons why
9 reasons why

Adaface English (Proficient/C2) Assessment Test is the most accurate way to shortlist アナリストs



Reason #1

Tests for on-the-job skills

The English (Proficient/C2) test helps recruiters and hiring managers identify qualified candidates from a pool of resumes, and helps in taking objective hiring decisions. It reduces the administrative overhead of interviewing too many candidates and saves time by filtering out unqualified candidates at the first step of the hiring process.

The test screens for the following skills that hiring managers look for in candidates:

  • 高度な語彙と単語の使用についての強い理解を示すことができます
  • 複雑な文法構造とルールを正確に適用するのに熟練しています
  • 挑戦的な読書の文章を理解して分析することができます
  • 首尾一貫したエッセイや記事を書くのに熟練しています
  • さまざまな文脈で話された英語を理解して解釈することができます
  • 話された英語で流fluentに思考やアイデアを表現するのに熟練する
Reason #2

No trick questions

no trick questions

Traditional assessment tools use trick questions and puzzles for the screening, which creates a lot of frustration among candidates about having to go through irrelevant screening assessments.

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The main reason we started Adaface is that traditional pre-employment assessment platforms are not a fair way for companies to evaluate candidates. At Adaface, our mission is to help companies find great candidates by assessing on-the-job skills required for a role.

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Reason #3

Non-googleable questions

We have a very high focus on the quality of questions that test for on-the-job skills. Every question is non-googleable and we have a very high bar for the level of subject matter experts we onboard to create these questions. We have crawlers to check if any of the questions are leaked online. If/ when a question gets leaked, we get an alert. We change the question for you & let you know.

How we design questions

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Medium

Identifying Grammatical Errors and Vocabulary Usage
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronoun Usage
Idioms
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Read the following passage and identify the sentence(s) that contains grammatical or vocabulary usage errors.

"The team of researchers have been working tirelessly on the project. They are confident that their findings will have a significant impact on the field. The lead researcher, Dr. Smith, said, 'We have literally left no stone unturned in our investigation.' However, some experts believe that the research methodology may not be as rigorous as it should be. Despite the criticism, the team remains optimistic and believes that the results speak for themselves."

A: The lead researcher, Dr. Smith, said, 'We have literally left no stone unturned in our investigation.'
B: They are confident that their findings will have a significant impact on the field.
C: The team of researchers have been working tirelessly on the project.
D: However, some experts believe that the research methodology may not be as rigorous as it should be.
E: Despite the criticism, the team remains optimistic and believes that the results speak for themselves.

Easy

Identifying the Correct Verb Tense
Verb Tenses
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Which sentence uses the correct verb tense?
A: Yesterday, I go to the store.
B: She is reading a book now.
C: They will played soccer tomorrow.
D: He have finished his work.
E: We ate dinner an hour ago.
F: I am study for the test last night.

Medium

Idiomatic Expression and Context Clues
Idioms
Contextual Meaning
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In the following sentence, identify the option that provides the most appropriate definition of the highlighted idiom and correctly explains its role in conveying the sentence's meaning:

Sarah finally decided to  *bite the bullet* and confront her roommate about the constant late-night parties.
A: To eat quickly: Indicates Sarah's impatience to address the situation.
B: To cause discomfort: Suggests Sarah expects a difficult conversation.
C: To accept a challenging situation: Implies Sarah's resolve to deal with the issue.
D: To show aggression: Emphasizes Sarah's anger towards her roommate.
E: To endure pain: Highlights Sarah's ongoing frustration with the noise.
F: To make a bold move:  Underscores Sarah's newfound confidence.

Medium

French Test
Question and Response
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Listen to the following audio:

You will hear a question or a statement. After you hear a question or a statement, choose the best response:

Medium

Tokyo flight
Short Talk
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Listen to the following audio:

You will hear a short talk. After the talk, you will hear a question about the talk. Read the choices and choose the best answer to the question you have heard.

Medium

Binary Logic
Binary Logic
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At DreamTeam conference, all participants answer any questions with two sentences, one of which is always true and the other is a lie.

I asked Andrew, Sid and Drew, "What is your favourite startup?" and got the following replies:

Andrew: Our favourite startup is SpeckX. We do not like playing baseball.
Sid: Our favourite startup is Cuber. We love playing baseball.
Drew: Our favourite startup is Drab. We love playing baseball.

1: The favourite startup of the participants of DreamTeam is SpeckX.
2: DreamTeam participants like playing baseball.
3: DreamTeam participants do not like playing baseball.
4: The favourite startup of the participants of DreamTeam is Cuber.
5: The favourite startup of the participants of DreamTeam is Drab.
Which of the following options is/are correct?

Medium

Homeopathy
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Two main axioms constitute the core principles of homeopathy. The "like cures like" principle holds that, if a substance causes a symptom (e.g. onion makes my nose run), then that substance can cure a disease that is characterised by a runny nose (e.g. hayfever or a common cold). The second principle assumes that the serial dilution process used for homeopathic remedies renders them not less but more potent (hence homeopaths call this process "potentiation").

Both of these axioms fly in the face of science. If they were true, much of what we learned in physics and chemistry would be wrong. If anyone shows the concepts of homeopathy to be correct, he or she becomes a serious contender for one or two Nobel prizes. Homeopaths often say that we simply have not yet discovered how homeopathy works. The truth is that we know there is no conceivable scientific explanation that could possibly explain it.

Which of the following options is not a possible conclusion based on the above passage?

Easy

Passage about Solar Energy
Short Text Analysis
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Read the following passage and answer the question below:

Solar energy is a promising renewable energy source that harnesses the power of the sun to generate electricity. Photovoltaic panels convert sunlight directly into electricity, while solar thermal systems use the sun's heat to warm water or air. As solar technology continues to improve and become more affordable, it is increasingly being adopted worldwide to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and combat climate change. However, the intermittent nature of solar energy remains a challenge, requiring effective storage solutions and grid integration strategies.

According to the passage, what is one challenge associated with solar energy?
A: High cost of solar technology
B: Intermittent nature of solar energy
C: Limited worldwide adoption
D: Dependence on fossil fuels

Easy

Identifying Complete Sentences
Complete Sentences
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Which of the following is a complete sentence?
A: Because the weather was nice.
B: The book on the table.
C: My friend and I went to the movies.
D: After finishing my homework.
E: The cat sleeping on the couch.
F: Whenever I go to the park.

Easy

Simple Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject-Verb Agreement
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Which sentence has correct subject-verb agreement?
A: The dogs in the park barks loudly.
B: The cat and the mouse is playing together.
C: The flowers in the vase looks beautiful.
D: The teacher and the students are working on a project.
E: The car with the broken headlights are parked over there.
F: The books on the shelf is covered in dust.

Medium

Subject-Verb Agreement and Pronoun Usage
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronouns
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Which sentence contains an error in subject-verb agreement or pronoun usage?
A: The children played in the park while their parents watched them.
B: The committee has decided to postpone its decision until next week.
C: Neither the students nor the teacher are aware of the changes in the schedule.
D: The dog chased its tail and barked at its own reflection in the mirror.
E: The book on the shelf belongs to my sister, who is an avid reader.

Medium

Typing Test Dumpling hunt
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Typing
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One sunny afternoon, Po, the legendary Kung Fu Panda, decided to take a break from his martial arts training and visit the bustling village market. He had a craving for his favorite dumplings and was eager to find the tastiest ones. As Po strolled through the market, his enthusiasm drew the attention of curious onlookers. They giggled and whispered as the giant panda, clad in his iconic Kung Fu attire, carefully examined fruits and vegetables, hunting for the freshest ingredients. At the dumpling stall, Po's excitement peaked, and he accidentally knocked over a tower of bamboo steamers. The vendor, surprisingly unflustered, smiled and said, "Ah, the great Dragon Warrior! No need to worry, Po. A few fallen steamers are nothing compared to the joy you bring to our village." The crowd erupted in laughter as Po sheepishly grinned and picked up the steamers. He left the market with a basket full of delicious dumplings and a heart warmed by the villagers' affection. The day Po went shopping would be fondly remembered as a delightful and hilarious break from the ordinary.

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Typing Test The Resilient Forge
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Typing
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Once upon a time, in a picturesque village nestled at the base of a majestic mountain range, there lived a talented blacksmith named Charles. Charles was renowned throughout the land for his incredible craftsmanship and the unmatched quality of his creations. People traveled great distances to purchase his fine swords, delicate jewelry, and durable tools. Charles felt immense pride in his work and was always eager to share his knowledge with anyone who showed a genuine interest in his craft. One sunny day, as Charles hammered away at his anvil, a young woman named Emily approached his workshop with a sense of wonder in her eyes. She marveled at the intricate designs and the gleaming metalwork that adorned the walls. Feeling a deep desire to learn the art of blacksmithing, Emily hesitantly asked Charles if he would be willing to teach her the secrets of his trade. Charles, a generous soul, agreed without hesitation, and so began Emily's apprenticeship. Each day, she absorbed the lessons of her mentor, gradually honing her skills and developing her unique style. As time passed, Emily's creations began to rival those of Charles, and together they forged a partnership that brought their village even greater fame and prosperity. One fateful evening, a fierce storm rolled in, bringing with it torrential rain and unrelenting winds. Lightning illuminated the sky, casting eerie shadows across the village. Suddenly, a massive bolt of lightning struck Charles and Emily's workshop, setting it ablaze. The villagers, working tirelessly to extinguish the flames, managed to save their beloved blacksmiths' lives, but the workshop and all their creations were lost to the fire. Undeterred, Charles and Emily decided to rebuild their workshop and continue their shared passion for blacksmithing. With the support of their community, they created a new, even grander workshop, and their artistry continued to flourish. The tale of their resilience and unwavering determination became a beacon of inspiration for generations to come.
🧐 Question🔧 Skill

Medium

Identifying Grammatical Errors and Vocabulary Usage
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronoun Usage
Idioms

2 mins

Grammar & Vocabulary
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Easy

Identifying the Correct Verb Tense
Verb Tenses

2 mins

Grammar & Vocabulary
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Medium

Idiomatic Expression and Context Clues
Idioms
Contextual Meaning

2 mins

Grammar & Vocabulary
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Medium

French Test
Question and Response

2 mins

Listening Comprehension
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Medium

Tokyo flight
Short Talk

2 mins

Listening Comprehension
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Medium

Binary Logic
Binary Logic

2 mins

Reading Comprehension
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Medium

Homeopathy

2 mins

Reading Comprehension
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Easy

Passage about Solar Energy
Short Text Analysis

2 mins

Reading Comprehension
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Easy

Identifying Complete Sentences
Complete Sentences

2 mins

Sentence Structure
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Easy

Simple Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject-Verb Agreement

2 mins

Sentence Structure
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Medium

Subject-Verb Agreement and Pronoun Usage
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronouns

2 mins

Sentence Structure
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Medium

Typing Test Dumpling hunt
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Typing

5 mins

Typing
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Medium

Typing Test The Resilient Forge
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Typing

8 mins

Typing
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🧐 Question🔧 Skill💪 Difficulty⌛ Time
Identifying Grammatical Errors and Vocabulary Usage
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronoun Usage
Idioms
Grammar & Vocabulary
Medium2 minsTry practice test
Identifying the Correct Verb Tense
Verb Tenses
Grammar & Vocabulary
Easy2 minsTry practice test
Idiomatic Expression and Context Clues
Idioms
Contextual Meaning
Grammar & Vocabulary
Medium2 minsTry practice test
French Test
Question and Response
Listening Comprehension
Medium2 minsTry practice test
Tokyo flight
Short Talk
Listening Comprehension
Medium2 minsTry practice test
Binary Logic
Binary Logic
Reading Comprehension
Medium2 minsTry practice test
Homeopathy
Reading Comprehension
Medium2 minsTry practice test
Passage about Solar Energy
Short Text Analysis
Reading Comprehension
Easy2 minsTry practice test
Identifying Complete Sentences
Complete Sentences
Sentence Structure
Easy2 minsTry practice test
Simple Subject-Verb Agreement
Subject-Verb Agreement
Sentence Structure
Easy2 minsTry practice test
Subject-Verb Agreement and Pronoun Usage
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronouns
Sentence Structure
Medium2 minsTry practice test
Typing Test Dumpling hunt
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Typing
Typing
Medium5 minsTry practice test
Typing Test The Resilient Forge
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Typing
Typing
Medium8 minsTry practice test
Reason #4

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Adaface を使用することで、最初の選考プロセスを 75% 以上最適化することができ、採用担当マネージャーと人材獲得チームの両方にとって貴重な時間を解放することができました。


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Reason #5

Designed for elimination, not selection

The most important thing while implementing the pre-employment 英語(熟練/C2)テスト in your hiring process is that it is an elimination tool, not a selection tool. In other words: you want to use the test to eliminate the candidates who do poorly on the test, not to select the candidates who come out at the top. While they are super valuable, pre-employment tests do not paint the entire picture of a candidate’s abilities, knowledge, and motivations. Multiple easy questions are more predictive of a candidate's ability than fewer hard questions. Harder questions are often "trick" based questions, which do not provide any meaningful signal about the candidate's skillset.

Science behind Adaface tests
Reason #6

1 click candidate invites

Email invites: You can send candidates an email invite to the 英語(熟練/C2)テスト from your dashboard by entering their email address.

Public link: You can create a public link for each test that you can share with candidates.

API or integrations: You can invite candidates directly from your ATS by using our pre-built integrations with popular ATS systems or building a custom integration with your in-house ATS.

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Reason #7

Detailed scorecards & benchmarks

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Reason #8

High completion rate

Adaface tests are conversational, low-stress, and take just 25-40 mins to complete.

This is why Adaface has the highest test-completion rate (86%), which is more than 2x better than traditional assessments.

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Reason #9

Advanced Proctoring


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About the English (Proficient/C2) Online Test

Why you should use Pre-employment English (Proficient/C2) test?

The 英語(熟練/C2)テスト makes use of scenario-based questions to test for on-the-job skills as opposed to theoretical knowledge, ensuring that candidates who do well on this screening test have the relavant skills. The questions are designed to covered following on-the-job aspects:

  • 効果的なコミュニケーションのための語彙の習得
  • 正確な言語使用のための文法能力
  • 書かれた資料を理解するための読解
  • 明確で簡潔なコミュニケーションのためのライティングスキル
  • 話し言葉を理解するためのリスニングの理解
  • 効果的な口頭コミュニケーションのためのスピーキングスキル
  • 流fluentな表現のためのイディオムと句動詞の知識
  • 文の構造と構文の理解
  • 複雑なテキストを分析および解釈する能力
  • 文法ルールと使用法の認識

Once the test is sent to a candidate, the candidate receives a link in email to take the test. For each candidate, you will receive a detailed report with skills breakdown and benchmarks to shortlist the top candidates from your pool.

What topics are covered in the English (Proficient/C2) test?

  • 語彙

    語彙は、言葉とその意味の知識と理解を指します。このスキルはテストで測定され、幅広い単語や表現を効果的に使用する候補者の能力を評価します。これは、明確で正確なコミュニケーションに不可欠です。

  • 文法

    文法は、言語の使用を支配するルールと構造。テストでこのスキルを測定することは、文法的に正しい書面および話し言葉を生成するために重要であるため、文の形成、動詞時制、語順、およびその他の文法的な側面をめぐる候補者のコマンドを評価するのに役立ちます。

  • Full list of covered topics

    The actual topics of the questions in the final test will depend on your job description and requirements. However, here's a list of topics you can expect the questions for 英語(熟練/C2)テスト to be based on.

    同義語
    反意語
    イディオムとフレーズ
    接頭辞と接尾辞
    アナロジー
    品詞
    時制
    主題と動詞契約
    並列性
    文の構築
    段落組織
    主なアイデアとサポートの詳細
    推論
    事実対意見
    批判的思考
    物語の執筆
    記述的な書き込み
    説得力のある文章
    正式な言語と非公式の言語
    特定の情報を聞く
    ノートをとる
    要約
    ディスカッションスキル
    インタビュースキル
    発音
    イントネーション
    流encyされます
    非言語的手がかりの解釈
    ちょっとした話に従事します
    意見を与えます
    同意し、同意しない
    明確化を求めています
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What roles can I use the English (Proficient/C2) test for?

  • アナリスト
  • 英語の先生
  • 翻訳者
  • コンテンツライター
  • コピーエディター
  • 国際関係スペシャリスト

How is the English (Proficient/C2) test customized for senior candidates?

For intermediate/ experienced candidates, we customize the assessment questions to include advanced topics and increase the difficulty level of the questions. This might include adding questions on topics like

  • 微妙な意味と語彙の理解
  • 書面による表現と文法の習熟度
  • 書かれた作品の細部への注意
  • 情報を要約して合成する能力
  • アクティブなリスニングスキルと理解
  • 口頭コミュニケーションの流ency性
  • 話された英語の適切な発音とアクセント
  • 意味のある会話に従事する能力
  • プレゼンテーションと人前で話すことへの自信
  • ボディーランゲージと非言語的手がかりの効果的な使用
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採用担当者は、パネル面接中に尋ねる専門的な質問を通じて、どの候補者がより良いスコアを持っているかを判断し、スコアが低い候補者と区別できると感じました。彼らです 非常に満足 Adaface のスクリーニングで最終候補者リストに選ばれた候補者の質を重視します。


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English (Proficient/C2) Hiring Test よくある質問

複数のスキルを1つのカスタム評価に組み合わせることはできますか?

そのとおり。カスタム評価は、職務内容に基づいて設定され、指定したすべての必須スキルに関する質問が含まれます。

アンチチートまたは監督の機能はありますか?

次のアンチチート機能があります。

  • グーグル不可能な質問
  • IP監督
  • Webの提案
  • ウェブカメラの監督
  • 盗作の検出
  • 安全なブラウザ

[プロクチャリング機能](https://www.adaface.com/proctoring)の詳細をご覧ください。

テストスコアを解釈するにはどうすればよいですか?

留意すべき主なことは、評価が選択ツールではなく排除ツールであることです。スキル評価が最適化され、技術的にその役割の資格がない候補者を排除するのに役立ちます。これは、役割の最良の候補者を見つけるのに役立つために最適化されていません。したがって、評価を使用する理想的な方法は、しきい値スコア(通常は55%、ベンチマークを支援します)を決定し、インタビューの次のラウンドのしきい値を超えてスコアを上回るすべての候補者を招待することです。

このテストを使用できますか?

各ADAFACE評価は、職務記述書/理想的な候補者のペルソナにカスタマイズされます(当社の主題の専門家は、10000以上の質問のライブラリからあなたの評価に適切な質問を選択します)。この評価は、あらゆる経験レベルでカスタマイズできます。

すべての候補者は同じ質問を受け取りますか?

私は候補者です。練習テストを試すことはできますか?

いいえ。残念ながら、現時点では練習テストをサポートしていません。ただし、[サンプルの質問](https://www.adaface.com/questions)を使用するには、練習できます。

このテストを使用するコストはいくらですか?

無料トライアルを受けることはできますか?

私はちょうど有料プランに移りました。カスタム評価をリクエストするにはどうすればよいですか?

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