Pakistan Ranking In Worlds English Speaking Countries

English is the most spoken language around the world and every country has its own style and level of proficiency in English. Education First is the private education company, which has prepared the new report based on the English proficiency on the online test and this test was conducted for 72 countries.

When the result of the high proficiency rating was announced it was found that Netherlands was on the top of the list and Denmark is on second and Sweden is on third. Iraq has very low English proficiency and it is present at the last rank of this list.

The candidates of Pakistan were also attended this proficiency level of English but due to their low level of English proficiency, they remained at the 48th rank. There are different reasons of the low percentage of English proficiency as the people have limited access to the internet and level of spending on education. The results do not show the English proficiency of the entire population of a country. These results are taken from a test, EF Standard English Test (EFSET) during 2015, in which 950,000 students of about 72 countries appeared and they got the score in English proficiency.

The candidates can check the complete list of the countries, whose students were appeared in the English language proficiency test.

01.       Netherlands

02.       Denmark

03.       Sweden

04.       Norway

05.       Finland

06.       Singapore

07.       Luxembourg

08.       Austria

09.       Germany

10.       Poland

11.       Belgium

12.       Malaysia

13.       Philippines

14.       Switzerland

15.       Portugal

16.       Czech Republic

17.       Serbia

18.       Hungary

19.       Argentina

20.       Romania

21.       Slovakia

22.       India

23.       Dominican Republic

24.       Bulgaria

25.       Spain

26.       Bosnia and Herzegovina

27.       South Korea

28.       Italy

29.       France

30.       Hong Kong

31.       Vietnam

32.       Indonesia

33.       Taiwan

34.       Russia

35.       Japan

36.       Uruguay

37.       Macau

38.       Costa Rica

39.       China

40.       Brazil

41.       Ukraine

42.       Chile

43.       Mexico

44.       Morocco

45.       Peru

46.       U.A.E.

47.       Ecuador

48.       Pakistan

49.       Colombia

50.       Panama

51.       Turkey

52.       Tunisia

53.       Guatemala

54.       Kazakhstan

55.       Egypt

56.       Thailand

57.       Azerbaijan

58.       Sri Lanka

59.       Qatar

60.       Venezuela

61.       Iran

62.       Jordan

63.       El Salvador

64.       Oman

65.       Kuwait

66.       Mongolia

67.       Algeria

68.       Saudi Arabia

69.       Cambodia

70.       Laos

71.       Libya

72.          Iraq

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