How does a person whose first language is not English prove that he has the ability to speak, read and write English very well? Students who complete a course of study with us can request a certificate, but sometimes certificates don’t really tell the story. Sometimes they may even lie. A certificate may say, for example that student “x” “Attended 100 hours of English class.”
Well, so what? What did he study? What were his grades? What was his level of study?
At LVA School, we give certificates, I admit it. But we give something far more valuable – course transcripts, available to the student 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, over the internet. These are “unofficial,” of course, but the student can download a copy anytime, while he requests an “official” copy.