Testing Services for Organizations

Testing services offered by the SCE Evaluation, Testing, and Assessment Department (ETAD) helps organizations, such as universities, institutions, companies, as well as governmental and non-governmental organizations, improve their productivity and employee performance by designing and offering testing services tailored to their needs. Testing services can be offered at organizations’ premises in any location or at AUC premises in Tahrir Square and New Cairo campuses, on a specific date and at a specific time meeting organizations’ needs.


ETAD offers testing services that include the following:

1) Design of proficiency/placement tests:

  • This includes areas of business, computer and IT, translation and languages (English, Arabic, and Spanish)

2) Administration of proficiency/placement tests:
        A. English Language Tests:
                • Standardized English Proficiency Test (SEPT)
                • English Oral SEPT (OSEPT)
                • English Oral Test for Aviation Traffic Controllers (SATC)
               
        B. Arabic Language Tests for Specific Purposes:
                • Arabic Proficiency Test (APT)
                • Proficiency Test in Modern Standard Arabic (PTMSA)
                • Proficiency Test in Spoken Arabic of Cairo (PTSAC)  
               
        C. Newspaper Translation Proficiency Test

        D. International tests

3) Host International Universities Exams:

This includes all Paper-Based / Computer-Based tests scheduled for students who are studying abroad and want to take their tests by remote, through a partnership agreement between SCE / ETAD (Evaluation, Testing & Assessment Department) and the Universities/institutions abroad.

4) Proficiency Tests for recruitment, selection and hiring purposes:

ETAD offers CEFR-aligned Professional English Proficiency Test (PEPT), SEPT (Standardized English Proficiency Test), Oral SEPT, and APT (Arabic Placement Test). ETAD offers organizations the flexibility to assess their staff or applicants' speaking, listening, reading and/or writing skills.

5) Scoring and reporting test results