Functional Skills English Level 1 Online Exam

From: £199.00

Functional Skills English Level 1 Online Exam

Sit an Ofqual approved Functional Skills English Level 1 Exam with Pass Functional Skills. All of our exams are online, so you can stay inside whilst getting the qualifications you need.

From: £199.00
  • Lowest Cost Online Exam - Guaranteed Cheapest Option For Functional Skills

  • Take Your Exam At Home

  • Open Awards Exam Board - Covers The Same Curriculum As AQA And Edexcel

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  • Functional Skills Maths Level 1 Also Available

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Functional Skills English Level 1 Exam

The Functional Skills English Level 1 Online Exam that we provide at Pass Functional Skills is done remotely, so you won’t need to travel anywhere to sit the exam. As long as you have a good internet connection, you are able to sit the exam in your own home.

  • Select a date for your Functional Skills English Level 1 Exam

  • Get going with your revision making sure you cover the mock papers

  • On the day an invigilator will send you an exam link via email

  • Pass your exam and receive a certificate through the post

What is Involved in the Functional Skills English Level 1 Exam?

Online Exam

The Online Exam that Pass Functional Skills provide is split into 3 separate tasks: Reading, Writing, and SLC (Speaking, Listening and Communication). To achieve the qualification, you are required to pass each one of these tasks. All of these tasks will be testing your knowledge and application of the English Language.

Reading, Writing and SLC

Each of the sections that you need to complete vary in structure and time. The Reading exam consists of reading and analysing pieces of texts, and lasts one hour long. The Writing exam consists of writing your own, long-form answers to given scenarios, and lasts one hour long. The SLC task will consist of communicating with other learners to test your abilities to speak, listen and communicate, and will last 30 minutes.

Invigilation

Before your exam starts, one of our Ofqual approved invigilators will be getting in contact with you to help you set up your exam. They will be going through various checks to see if you are fit to do the exam and help you with any tech issues. Once you are on the exam, they will be muted and will be monitoring you during your exam.

GCSE English Equivalency Information

Once you’re ready to sit your exam and your selected date has arrived, you will be sent an invitation to a video call with one of our professionally trained invigilators. They will set you up on your exam and monitor you during your exam. They are also there if you have any issues with the exam.

If you have been requested to achieve a level 1 in English by a course provider or employer, then yes, this qualification will be accepted, as it is Ofqual approved.

The pass mark for these exams can vary between each paper, but generally speaking, the pass mark is lower if the paper is harder, and vice versa.

Yes you are able to take your level 2 English straight after your level 1 if you wish. After completing their level 1, some people do feel confident enough to go straight into level 2 as they cover similar topics.

Three Steps to completing your Functional Skills English Level 1 Exam

3 Easy Steps

  • 1

    Book a date for your English Level 1 Exam

  • 2

    Prepare for your exam with the course materials

  • 3

    Get your result and certificate

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Reviews

  1. Very good thanks.

    Oliver Brown
  2. Great work to help set up our learners for the level 1 English exams online.

    Mrs Berry
  3. do all the revision before the exam and you should do well.

    Blessing
  4. I found the functional skills English level 1 exams not too bad. I think I should have gone straight for level 2 really as a lot of the work seems to be the same but the college insisted on starting with level 1 first as I didn’t have a GCSE.

    Bernadette
  5. Happy to recommend to others.

    A Hains