The examination consists of two halves.
In the first half, the focus is on reading and listening. The content and type of texts reflect the professional everyday life of medical profesionals. There are various types of tasks, such as multiple-choice or matching tasks.
In the second half, the speaking and writing skills of the test takers are assessed in a simulated doctor-patient interview in which the patient’s medical history is taken. This is written up in the second part in the form of a short preliminary report and then, in the third part, followed-up with a conversation with a colleague, in a doctor-doctor conversation in which the report is presented.
|Number of parts
|Duartion in minutes
|Speaking and writing
5-minute preparation time
This examination is available as a paper-based examination. It can NOT be taken as a partial examination.
In the mock examination, you will find more important details about the examination, including a complete set of examinations with solutions to prepare at home or in class. You will learn how the examination is carried out and how the written and oral performances are evaluated.
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) defines six levels of competence: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.
Learners at B2 level can
communicate easily with others in a relatively fluid and spontaneous way.
actively participate in discussions and interact with native speakers without any effort on either side.
understand and write clear, detailed texts on concrete and abstract topics and explain a point of view on current issues, indicating the advantages and disadvantages of various options.
Learners at C1 level can
express themselves spontaneously and fluently.
deal with colloquial phrases and vary their style of speech appropriately.
maintain a high level of grammatical correctness.
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