Is this the right level for me?

JeezyA2Kwiziq community member

Is this the right level for me?

I understand around 70-80% of the audio on B1 level. Although, due to minor errors, i score myself around 45-50 out of 60 most times. Is this the right level for me, or should i just move on to a harder level (B2). Also, out of curiousity, do these exercises really help in improving listening ability? I ask this because in real world scenarios, we would not have the opportunity to replay the audio when people are speaking to us. I would like to know if this is a tested way to improve listening comprehension, since this is my priority for now...Thanks!

Asked 3 years ago
RowenKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Jeezy,  I've responded to you via email, so please check your inbox. Thanks! 

JohnC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Hello, this question/comment is for Rowen, regarding the the original post from Jeezy (https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/questions/view/is-this-the-right-level-for-me). If possible, can you share your response to Jeezy's post? I also wonder about the efficacy of the kwiziq listening exercises. Can you or someone comment on this? Up to this point in my study, for better or worse, I have pursued audio training via online classes, and haven't focused much on Kwiziq listening exercises. 

Is this the right level for me?

I understand around 70-80% of the audio on B1 level. Although, due to minor errors, i score myself around 45-50 out of 60 most times. Is this the right level for me, or should i just move on to a harder level (B2). Also, out of curiousity, do these exercises really help in improving listening ability? I ask this because in real world scenarios, we would not have the opportunity to replay the audio when people are speaking to us. I would like to know if this is a tested way to improve listening comprehension, since this is my priority for now...Thanks!

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