You will also receive exam training. You will take various tests on the computer and the results will show whether you are ready for the exam or not. Should we reach the conclusion that you are not yet ready to take the exam, we will work more intensely on the specific areas that you find difficult. When you are ready for the exam you can register and take the exam.
The State Exam consists of four parts:
- Reading: you will receive different texts (approx. 7) with appertaining questions (approx. 40). You will then have 100 minutes to read the questions and find the answers (A,B or C) in the texts.
- Listening: You will receive a number of audio fragments (approx. 6) with appertaining questions (approx. 30). You will then have 70 minutes to listen to all the audio fragments and answer the questions correctly (A, B or C).
- Writing: You will receive three assignments. Firstly, you will get a half sentence, which is already written and your task is to complete the sentence. Secondly, you will have to write a few short texts, for instance a short letter or email and/or answer them. The third and last assignment is writing a longer text such as a complaint, report or an article.
- Talking: You will get two different assignments. In the first assignment you will have a conversation with one or two partners where you task is to answer the questions you are asked. In the second assignment you will get a picture or image that will show various situations. On basis of the information provided on the picture or image, you will have to explain the situation. Sometimes you will be asked your opinion or to give arguments to the given situation.