English level B1 is the third level of English in the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), an assurance of the different levels of dialect abilities created by the Council of Europe. In regular discussions, this level is called as “middle of the road”, and in reality, the term is the official level of data in CEFR.

You can take the test only in the UK and in certain institutions determined by the government. You can book and take a look at the list of the institutions on britishlifeskills.com.

At this level, individuals with English abilities on the B1 level have gone past essential English, yet they have not possessed the capacity to work or concentrate solely in English. It implies that they must have the capacity to talk in English about everything concerning the regular daily existence theme and with great sentence structure. In this way, to have the capacity to finish the test, they should not be fluent as long as they can use English for regular discussions.