University students usually follow English courses because they have to reach a certain level to be admitted to the courses of their choice. It is important to adapt the content and assessment of exams to the university’s requirements for English language proficiency in some courses. There must be a number of challenges for students, including elements that measure productive abilities, such as open-ended questions. Students can leave school if they find it too easy – or move from one school to another that best suits their needs if their class is too difficult. For example, many students have good oral skills but little hearing. These are students who have known English for years and who often have passive skills. Reading at university is very demanding and the expectations of writing teachers are high. Secondly, students often misjudge their teachers when they are taken to the wrong level. When it comes to moving to a course, it is the students who suffer the most.