I'm not sure how to send a picture but here are my results.
English language level: C2
scored higher than 99% of other language learners
Comment: Has anyone gotten 100%?
Language goals: read Shakespeare, appreciate more works of literature.
Tips for learning: read and listen to English regularly. I also teach English classes :)
Chinese (Mandarin) language level (ll): C2
scored higher than (s>t) 98% of other language learners (ooll)
Comment (C): Not sure why it's 98% and not 99%.
Language goals (Lg): appreciate more aspects of Chinese culture which is so diverse and rich, and learn more ancient/classical Chinese.
Learning tips (Lt): listen to more native speakers and try speaking to master the pronunciation. I also offer Chinese classes :)
German ll: C2
s>t 97% ooll
C: This was a surprise to me, it cheered me up :)
Lg: to reach C2 and native level!
Lt: find a good teacher like Marion :)
Japanese ll: C2
s>t 96% ooll
C: I'm fresh out of a 5-day Japanese all-out challenge, but it is still a big surprise to me, a pleasant one :)
Lg: to have C2/native level!
Lt: find something that motivates you.
Korean ll: B2
s>t 76% ooll
C: Again, a pleasant surprise and a good motivator :)
Lg: to reach B2 and beyond!
Lt: find a good teacher like Heart! :)
Spanish ll: C1
s>t 89% ooll
Lg: learn grammar and pronunciation.
Lt: join Spanish classes.
French ll: B2
s>t 79% ooll
C: This was harder as they asked a lot of grammar questions
Lg: learn grammar.
Lt: use TV monde :)
Italian ll: C2
s>t 98% ooll
C: This was easier as there were few, if any, grammar questions.
Lg: officially "start" learning Italian
Lt: find a reason to learn and persevere on!
Overall comment: I think my score seems high because a lot of questions has to do with vocabulary. When it comes to grammar, I make more mistakes. Pronunciation is another thing I need to learn.
To italki: It'd be great if we got answers to the questions afterwards! :)