To be admitted to this class from another institution or language school, the students have to have 5.5 or higher in IELTS test, or 170 (approximately) from Cambridge English, or TOEFL score of 46 or higher.The classes at Kaplan are almost always diverse in terms of languages spoken, culture, religion, and age. Upon acceptance students get distributed throughout existing classes mostly based on their native language: every class must have even distribution, so the there are no overwhelming majority of, say, Arabic speakers in one class and no Arabic speakers in another. This method ensures the fairness towards students with other language, as there is always uniformity in classroom language: it must be English.For this class specifically, there were 2 speakers of Chinese, 2 Japanese, 1 Korean, 1 French, 1 Brazilian Portuguese, 1 KSA Arabic, 1 Turkish, 1 Azerbaijani Turkish (and 2 Russian, 1 German, 1 Kazakh, 1 Polish, 1 Armenian: these students were not assessed as they came later and were not present when the observation was conducted). Totally, 16 students, 6 of which took teacher created test. As the contingent shows, all of them were non-native speakers of English, ranging from 18-36 years old. Kaplan utilizes its own books, workbooks, assessment tools (KITE) and IWBs (Smart Board Smart Note slides). The book includes practice for all skills presented. There are other accompanying books and materials that the instructor may use. The class was also supplemented with printed handouts and internet-based interactive activities. I observed unit 2 from Cycle A (10.25.17) and unit 4 from Cycle B (11.03.17). To understand how the class works and what the strengths and weakness are for the students, I spent nearly an hour with the teacher almost every day after work (in the teachers’ room). She provided me with valuable information on how to construct the test, what materials to use and what types of tasks to choose. She suggested that I stick to the class curriculum and create an integrated test to precisely assess what she covered in the class.