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iFEST (International Functional English Scholastic Test) is a Test of Functional English Proficiency by Apar Technologies Pvt. Ltd. for students from class IX to XII. It is a CEFR equivalent test that will be conducted at 340 schools across 17 cities and 5 countries, on 26th-27th july, 2019. The participation fee per school is INR 1,000.

iFEST will be organized at centres identified at various clusters, with maximum 25 students representing each participating school. Each student’s score and proficiency level from level 1 to 5 will be shared immediately after the test.

Registrations Close On: 15th July, 2019

Registration Procedure
  • The interested schools can click on Register Now button and fill the required details.
  • Click on PAY NOW to make registration payment of INR 1,000
  • For queries, call on +91 999 053 0270 or send an email to

What sets iFEST Assessment Apart

  • Focused on Functional English instead of theoretical or literature
  • Immediate results
  • Relative ranking and awards

Why iFEST?

Schools and Students
  • Rewards and recognition
  • Quickest way to analyse students’ English proficiency level

Awards Distribution

  • Top 5 schools
  • Top 5 students
  • Top 5 girl child
  • Top 5 male child
  • Best performing school
  • Special mention award
  • Certificate of participation – All the participating schools

Pattern of iFEST

30 minutes test

Functional English

Objective Questions

No negative marking

Computerized result generation

Answers To Fun Quiz Questions

  • 1. I wish I could, but I can't join you guys for the trip this time. I am Skint.
    • a) Split
    • b) Spilt
    • c) Skit
    • d) Skint – A person who has no or very little money available
  • 2. I’m not interested in getting into an argy-bargy over it.
    • a) argy – bargy: noisy quarrelling or wrangling
    • b) bargy – cargy
    • c) cargy-dargy
    • d) argy – dargy
  • 3. We fixed the problem two days ago.
    • a) Back – Back is not a proposition of time but location
    • b) Ago – Ago is a preposition of time while the rest aren’t.
    • c) Early – Early is a comparative, therefore doesn’t go in this sentence.
    • d) All of the Above
  • 4. None of the shirts is/are (Either) nice enough to be worn to a wedding.
    • a) Is
    • b) Are
    • c) Either– The use of “none” before the subject makes it both singular and plural, therefore either of the helping verbs should be used.
    • d) None