JobStreet English Language Assessment (JobStreet ELA) helps you to know your command level of the English Language and see how you stand as compared to your peers. This will enhance your chance to get hired, especially for those job roles that require better command of English.
There are 40 questions, with 10 questions each to test your conversational, grammar, vocabulary and comprehension abilities. You will have 20 minutes to answer all the questions. So, put away your other work and concentrate fully during that 20 minutes.
If the employers require the assessment for the position, then you have to take it. You can choose to show or hide the results for other job applications but for that position, the employer will see your results.
You will not be able to resume that JobStreet ELA session and have to restart all over again. You are allowed a maximum of three unfinished JobStreet ELA attempts in a three-month period. After that, you will only be allowed to take the JobStreet ELA again in three months' time.
The full mark of the JobStreet ELA is 40. The higher your score, the better is your command of the English Language. There is no specific cut-off point to determine what is a good grade. When you receive your results, you would have seen how good you have achieved compared to your peers. That would be a good way for you to benchmark your score. Do take the assessment every three months to see whether you have improved on your results.