Catile is developed by combining methodologies from multiple published research papers about text complexity. We adopted a similar grading scale with L and used it as our benchmark. So you can expect the Catile score of a passage to be very close to the corresponding L level.
The CEFR levels in the result will have one decimal place indicating the learning stage within the level scale. For example, A2.7 means the level is A2 and is at the higher end of A2; C1.1 means the level is C1 and is at the lower end of C1.
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