What is the difference between the
CELPIP - General and CELPIP - General LS?

There are two types of CELPIP tests to choose from. Make sure to confirm which version of the test you are required to take

CELPIP - General Test

$280 + Taxes

Evaluates test taker’s English speaking, reading, listening, and writing skills and is used for permanent residence applications and professional designations.
Single 3 Hour Test Sitting
Takes approximately 3 hours to complete and can be done in one sitting with no separate speaking session
IRCC Approved for PR Status
The CELPIP General Test is the IRCC approved test for Permanent Residence applications
Computer Delivered
Includes features such as a personal timer, word counter, and spell-check
Quick Online Results
Available online in just 4 to 5 calendar days after the test date

CELPIP - General LS Test

$195 + Taxes

Evaluates test taker’s English speaking and listening skills, and is used for citizenship applications and professional designation.
Single 1 Hour Test Sitting
Takes approximately 1 hour to complete and can be done in one sitting with no separate speaking session
IRCC Approved for Citizenship Status
The CELPIP General LS Test is the IRCC approved test for Canadian citizenship applications
Computer Delivered
Includes features such as a personal timer, word counter, and spell-check
Quick Online Results
Available online in just 4 to 5 calendar days after the test date

Our Upcoming Test Sittings

Click the register now to sign up for the test. Make sure you have your piece of ID and sign up for an account.
Shows 10 out of 13 options
General
Thursday,
Jul 29
04:30 PM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Saturday,
Jul 31
10:00 AM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Thursday,
Aug 5
04:30 PM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Saturday,
Aug 7
10:00 AM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Thursday,
Aug 12
04:30 PM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Saturday,
Aug 14
10:00 AM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Thursday,
Aug 19
04:30 PM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Saturday,
Aug 21
10:00 AM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Thursday,
Aug 26
04:30 PM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out
General
Saturday,
Aug 28
10:00 AM
Association For New Canadians
148 Elizabeth Avenue
$280
sold out

Association for New Canadians

Contact information
Telephone Hours:
Monday to Friday
5:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. PT
8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET
Saturday
5:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. PT
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET

Association for New Canadians

10 Smithville Crescent, St. John's, NL, Canada

About Association for New Canadians

 

The Association for New Canadians (ANC) is a non-profit, community-based organization delivering settlement and integration services to immigrants and refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador. For 40 years, the Association has delivered programs and services that support all aspects of immigrant integration, ranging from settlement information and orientation to language learning, skills development and employment.

The ANC has been acting as testing centre for CELPIP for 4 years and CAEL for 1 year. Testing occurs 1 – 2 times per month depending on demand.

Social Media 

  • Website ANC

Parking Directions

Turn off Elizabeth Avenue at St. Patrick’s Mercy Home. Proceed left at the fork and park in the lower parking lot. Proceed up the stairs to the entrance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What can we help you with?
CELPIP
When I took CELPIP, I found it was like speaking English in real life. You speak every day with your boss and with your friends, and the CELPIP Test represents those every-day, real-life language situations.
- Rafaela B., CELPIP Test Taker
CELPIP
I had taken other English language proficiency before, and CELPIP was more relatable to me. All of the questions were situations I was familiar with from daily life, and were like conversations I had experienced personally.
- Chrisna D., CELPIP Test Taker
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