Alrighty folks, here's a bit of a brain teaser for ya. My school wants to test our P6 MEP students to determine what CEFR level they are. After some mind-numbing google searches and a few glasses of Sangsom and soda, I'm a bit perplexed. First off, coming from a government school, the cost to this initiative must be zero or near-zero. Second, I want to help the school get a reasonable program up and running, because (if this thing actually happens, 25% chance at best) we the foreign teachers will be proctoring, scoring, et al. Third, it's kind of a not-bad idea, and I want to encourage the powers-that-be to have some quality control; they're trying really hard to have a good MEP, so I should support them. So far, there is no CEFR test. There are scales to translate TOIEC scores, TOEFL scores, etc into a CEFR level. There's the TOIEC Junior test which looks like a good fit for this usage, but most of it is online. I want a compact (1/2 hour - 2 hour) test that I can give to a group of students that involves all/most of the language skills, and that can be proctored by your basic agency-issued foreign teacher, and that is "free" even if we have to run off a bunch of copies, and can be scored with minimal fuss, with the score being translated into a CEFR level. Does this exist?