By helping you understand what you can do in English.
"Learn English Nova Scotia" administers a number of CLB-based tests to help you achieve your language education goals.Learn More
Get access to free* English language programs, courses, and training activities across Nova Scotia.Learn More
Apply for your free* assessment today and get recognized for your proof of language proficiency.
* Assessments are free for eligible immigrants only. Check our FAQ section to find out on your eligibility.
Want to learn or improve your English and/or French?
Plan to move to Canada?
Want to learn more about Canadian culture?
If you live outside of the Halifax Regional Municipality, you can take your English Test ONLINE at a proctor site in your area.
Online English assessments are made available through support from our partner organizations across Nova Scotia.
You don't have to be in Halifax to take your English language assessment.
Instead of going to our head office in Halifax, you will go to the nearest proctor site and meet an experienced LENS assessor via a special website.
The assessor will test your Speaking and Listening skills first.
After that our proctor will help you to enroll into the Writing and Reading Tests.
You will get your results IMMEDIATELY after you have taken your test and will be provided with information on English language classes available to you.
Interested in Becoming a Proctor or a Proctor Site?
We are currently growing our network of proctor sites and partners.
If your organization is looking to promote its programs and services to immigrants, we would love to collaborate together.
Please see below for more details.
Proctor sites across Nova Scotia
Trained proctors and partner organizations
Remote assessments completed since the project start
Get your English skills tested at the nearest proctor site and find out the best language learning path for you!
The CLBPT Remote Project is designed to lower barriers and increase access to language programs in the community by offering streamlined, fast language assessment to immigrants residing in rural Nova Scotia.
We're always looking to increase our network of proctor sites for organizations who are interested to get involved. The benefits: