What is LAAS?
After its establishment in 1981, the Federation began administering Palso proficiency tests successfully in four languages.
LAAS (Language Attainment Assessment System) is a system that assesses proficiency in a foreign language.
Laas tests are recognized by the International Certificate Conference (I.C.C.), since they meet international standards.
It is well established in our minds that Laas-Palso exams are conducted in a perfect and unimpeachable way, since our long experience ensures an excellent organisation.
The goal of the Lass-Palso exams is to assess students' knowledge of foreign languages in an objective and fair manner, based on modern scientific criteria. Another goal is to reward the positive and progressive learning of a foreign language, to encourage students and to provide Language Schools with data regarding the performance of their students.
The test mark for each level is A, B, C and the passing mark is 50% of the total score (individual scores offset).