Below is a list of free resources for CELPIP test takers. Attend an information session, take a free sample test, review our top study tips, and more!
Attend one of our online CELPIP information sessions to learn more about the CELPIP Tests. Listen from home or on the go. All you need to join us are speakers, an internet connection, and a computer or smart device (Apple or Android).
CELPIP Speaking Pro features live, interactive lessons that will prepare you to perform at your best! Learn what the CELPIP Speaking Raters listen for when they rate your responses, analyze sample responses from actual test takers, practice responding to each task, and learn valuable tips specific to each Speaking Task. This is a great choice for intermediate-level test takers.
Listen to a free, pre-recorded webinar to learn more about the CELPIP-General and CELPIP-General LS Test components: Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Each webinar takes an in-depth look at one of the CELPIP Test components, provides details on how tests are rates, and offers general test taking tips.
NEW! Access your free CELPIP Practice Test today by registering for a CELPIP Account. Once your account is created, the free CELPIP Practice Test will be automatically added to your account.
Paragon has sample test questions available for both of its CELPIP Tests. These sample questions will help test takers understand what to expect on each component of the CELPIP Test.
CELPIP experts have compiled a list of the best study tips to help you get your best test results. Study tips are available for each component of both the CELPIP-General and CELPIP-General LS Tests.
Spend time every day preparing for the test instead of doing all of your studying and reviewing once a week. Studying daily for shorter periods of time, rather than studying once a week for a large block of time, will be more useful in improving English skills.
Become immersed in English language activities, such as reading English magazines and books, watching English television and movies, and listening to English radio stations. The more you view and participate in English language activities, the stronger your reading, writing, and oral English skills will become.