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What our clients say about us
"Pipplet allowed us to select applicants mastering several languages in record time. The use of professional role-plays enables a very accurate assessment of speaking and written skills — and candidates loved the speed and ease of use of the test."
"Notre cabinet de recrutement sélectionne des candidats devant notamment maîtriser l'Anglais ou le Néerlandais. Pipplet nous permet de nous assurer de leurs compétences réelles dans ces langues, à l'oral et à l'écrit. Le processus entièrement en ligne est extrêmement efficace et fait gagner du temps à nos équipes et à nos candidats. Quant aux résultats, ils sont fiables et disponibles rapidement."
"Pipplet is easy to use and provides timely, useful and reliable data. Its integration with Smartrecruiters makes scheduling tests effortless."
"Pipplet is a straightforward and efficient way to obtain a professional assessment of our candidates' speaking and writing skills. The use of role-plays gives us their real ability to work in the language."
"Thanks to Pipplet we can assess large numbers of candidates very quickly and efficiently while maintaining a high level of quality."
What differentiates the Pipplet exam from classic tests like the TOEIC® or the BULATS®?
Our process is entirely online and on-demand. Candidates don’t have to travel or schedule a time to take the test. Moreover, the digital nature of the test process allows for a complete assessment, including of speaking and writing skills, for the price of a less thorough and less comprehensive exam.
Are your grades comparable to other test grades?
Most language proficiency tests are based on the European referential CEFR, or give a corresponding scale. The Pipplet test uses the CEFR scale, so grades are easily comparable with other tests grades. However, the Pipplet test assesses productive skills that are often overlooked by other tests. Depending on the candidate, this can cause a significant difference in the grade obtained.
How do you recruit your examiners?
We enforce a strict selection criteria for our examiners. Evaluators must be native speakers of the language they assess, be educated as linguists or language teachers, have more than 5 years of experience with teaching, in addition to a perfect knowledge of CEFR principles. They are then selected based on their ability to deliver a precise and consistent assessment, based on control samples. A continuous check is also in place to ensure the quality of their assessments are thoroughly maintained.