It is an online learning platform that offers various English programs or courses for all ages. Currently, its flagship offerings are within i-Learn English for Young Learners, Teens, Young Professionals and VIP Tutorial.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is i-Learn?
How can I enroll as a student?
On our website, www.ilearnhome-based.com, click Register as a Student or choose your preferred learning plan. Complete the registration form with your correct email address. Finally, proceed to payment and shortly your confirmation will be sent to your email address so you can start your journey with i-Learn.
Why is the email needed for both students and teachers?
The confirmation email, important notifications, i-Learn English username and password will be provided to you via email. Also, in the event the password has been forgotten or changed, the email on record will receive the new information.
What if I do not have an email?
For students who are enrolled in the Young Learners Program, your parents or guardians’ email can be used. Since the email is important, you may contact our operations and support team via Facebook by clicking the message icon in order for us to generate your username and password for your i-Learn toolkit. Instead of your email, we will send the details of your registration confirmation, important notifications, and i-Learn English username and password.
How do I know my level of English?
After successfully completing the enrollment process, you can now use the i-Learn toolkit. The first thing you need to do is to take the placement test to assess your level of English and for us to properly place you to the right level. Just answer the questions to the best of your ability.
What standards do you use to measure the level of English?
We at i-Learn follow the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) to measure the level of English of our students. There are six levels within the CEFR: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2 which can be regrouped into three broad levels: Basic User, Independent User and Proficient User, and that can be further subdivided according to the needs of the local context. The levels are defined through ‘can-do’ descriptors. These six reference levels are widely accepted as the European standard for grading an individual’s proficiency in around forty different languages.