AMU Student Becomes Oxford University Press’ ‘Pretesting Research Partner’

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Naved Alam, an MA student in English Language Teaching (ELT) at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), has become a “Pretesting Research Partner” with Oxford University Press, a worldwide network of scholars working to improve the quality of English language tests.

He’ll help the institution try out new test questions before they’re used in actual exams.

Extending Congratulations, Prof. Mohammad Asim Siddiqui, Chairman of the English Department, stated: “I am sure that Naved will put the best efforts in the global research activity of Pretesting to support the development of online English Language assessments”, AMU’s official website reported.

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“As a pretesting partner, I will work on promoting AMU on a global scale by bringing English programmes from the Oxford University Press to our students that help strengthen ties between AMU and Oxford University Press. I also look forward to hosting a variety of free English language programmes for AMU students”, said Naved. 




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