Non-Native English speakers can test their skills at LaGuardia Community College

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LaGuardia Community College is currently offering testing of English speaking and listening skills through the Versant English Test, a computer-based exam that measures how well individuals use everyday English in a school or work environment.

The exam takes less than 20 minutes and immediately afterward test takers get a printed and detailed score report with tips on how to improve their vocabulary, fluency, pronunciation and listening comprehension.

A LaGuardia counselor will be on hand after the test to advise those interested on courses, majors, training programs and job opportunities based on their score.

The test will be given Jan. 28 and Feb. 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on LaGuardia’s campus, at 29-10 Thomson Ave., Room C-247 in Long Island City. The cost is $39.

For more information or to register, call 718-482-7244.

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