Swedish Language Test

Would you like to test your current Swedish grammar level?

Have a look here, for a self assessment test that gives you an idea of your current level.

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Swedish Language Test

What is my Swedish level?

Want to know your approximate Swedish level? We have a test that you can do yourself, and check where you are according to the CEFR levels.

Do the first test A, then count your score at the end of the test. It will either give you a level, or it may ask you to continue to the next test B. Do the same until you reach a defined level.

CEFR Levels

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, often referred to as CEFR, is an international standard for working out your ability within a language. The six levels within the CEFR are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.

8 thoughts on “Swedish Language Test”

  1. Hej:

    How could I certify a level (at least B2) in Swedish according to the European framework of languages?
    Is it possible to do it online?
    What is the cost?
    Is the certificate recognized by the Swedish government? Will it be legalized by Sweden Foreign Ministry?

    M.V.H.

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    • Here's more information about the SWEDEX test: https://www.folkuniversitetet.se/in-english/swedex-swedish-examinations/faq/faq-for-you-who-want-to-take-swedex/

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