Yes, you can ask for a re-evaluation if you think your CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) score is wrong. The CELPIP re-evaluation process lets you ask for a second look at your test results to make sure they were scored correctly and fairly the first time.
To ask for a re-evaluation, you’ll have to follow the steps that CELPIP gives you. This could mean filling out an application and paying a fee. It’s important to keep in mind that re-evaluation is not the same as re-testing, and that your original test scores might not change after the review.
CELPIP’s process for re-evaluation or how to apply:
To apply for a CELPIP re-evaluation, you will need to follow the steps that the group that gives the test gives you. Here are the general steps you can take to ask for a CELPIP re-evaluation:
How to reach CELPIP: Start by getting in touch with CELPIP to ask for a re-evaluation. You can do this by going to the official CELPIP website and looking for their customer service team’s contact information.
Get the form of application: You will get an application form from CELPIP that you will need to fill out and send in. On the form, you will be asked to write down the date and place of the test, as well as the test scores you want to have looked at.
Pay the fee for a new evaluation: When you ask for a CELPIP re-evaluation, you have to pay a fee. The fee depends on what kind of re-evaluation you need. When you send in your application, you will have to pay this fee.
Wait for the results: Once you send in your application and payment, CELPIP will look over your test scores to see if there was a mistake in the first evaluation. This can take up to a few weeks.
Get the results: Once your re-evaluation is done, CELPIP will tell you what the results are. If your scores were changed, you’ll get a new Test Report Form (TRF) with the new scores on it.
It’s important to remember that re-evaluation is not the same as re-testing, and your original test scores might not change after the review.