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Learn Basics of PTE Home in 5 minutes.

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Learn Basics of PTE Home in 5 minutes.

PTE Home is the fast, fair and convenient choice for those applying for a family or settlement visa. Our Secure English Language Tests (SELT) are UK Home Office approved.

Each PTE Home test is a pass–fail speaking and listening test, taken on a computer in a secure and friendly test environment. Successful completion of a PTE Home test provides proof that your English language proficiency meets the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) Levels A1, A2 and B1.

To find out more about UK visa English language requirements please visit our UK visa page or the gov.uk website.

Which PTE Home test do I need?

PTE Home A1 is a beginner-level English test for speaking and listening. It is accepted by the UK Home Office as proof of language proficiency for several family and work visas. PTE Home A1 is a pass–fail test that measures an individual’s ability at CEFR Level A1.

Visas that accept PTE Home A1 include:

Spouse/Partner visa.
Parent of a dependent.
Representative of an overseas. business.
Tier 2 Sportsperson visa.
To find out more about UK visa. English language requirements. visit our UK visa page or the gov.uk website.

PTE Home A2

Some visas require proof of English language improvement in order to qualify for an extension. You must fulfill certain criteria including proficiency of English at CEFR level A2 in order to extend spouse/partner and parent of a dependent visas after 2.5 years.

To find out more about UK visa English language requirements visit our UK visa page or the gov.uk website.

PTE Home B1

If you are looking to settle in the UK permanently you will need to prove that your English language is at CEFR level B1. The PTE Home B1 test is approved by UK Visas and Immigration for both settlement (indefinite leave to remain) and citizenship applications.

To find out more about UK visa English language requirements visit our UK visa page or the gov.uk website.

 

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