The Vericant Spoken English Evaluation (SEE) is an evaluation of the English language proficiency demonstrated during the Vericant Video Interview. The SEE rubric was developed from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The SEE score reflects an interviewee’s ability to communicate in an interview setting across five areas: Linguistic Range, Grammatical Accuracy, Fluency, Spoken Interaction, and Coherence.
Most native speakers will receive scores between 4 and 6 on the SEE rubric. A score of 5 or above indicates a socially nuanced and linguistically diverse proficiency level that is normally demonstrated by a highly educated person.
SEE score & score structure
The SEE score is the average of a student’s achievement in 5 areas of communicative competency, and students are given ratings of 0-6 in each of the 5 areas.
1. Range: Use of words and sentence forms in conveying fine shades of meaning
2. Accuracy: Use of grammatical rules and usage governing language
3. Fluency: Pace, pronunciation, and colloquial flow
4. Interaction: Level of conversational engagement
5. Coherence: Ability to link and present information in a logical manner