As a native American English speaker, I took the free portion of the test for fun. I passed, obviously, but I think those fill-in contextual questions were way too hard. It's hard to put together a cohesive paragraph with that many blanks and choices.
Get over it It's funny how a lot of comments here is from people that are not happy because they didn't get 100℅ while they are Canadian, American, etc. Apparently common sense doesn't come to everybody - THIS IS A TEST! Not everybody from their own countries is perfect in fluency, grammar or word structure, otherwise everybody would be lecturers on universities. Just as an example my old boss used to write everything on a computer because it was highlighting his errors and he was very bad with grammar.
It's okay, but honestly the test needs to calm down when it comes to the fill in the blank. Putting multiple blanks too close to each other ruin the continuity of the story. Meaning the reader has no idea what they are even reading. So how is someone to fill in words to a story that they don't understand because actual descriptive words are left out? Also very few people naturally phrase things the way they are phrased in the app. But in the end it is a kind of good app, I got a 99% but I'm an American so I hope I'm fluent in my native language.
Too expensive I must pay much just for to know I'm an English expert?!
I think it's not quite good, the fill-in part is just too excessive I barely understood one of the stories, blanks are too close and that makes people get confused with the answers
I really love this app, very useful and cheap. It is even supported by some reputable colleges. KUDOS!!
Bug fixes and performance improvements.