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telc Turkish A2 Junior

The Turkish examination specially designed for young learners

For young learners who can demonstrate their Turkish skills in reading, listening, writing and speaking at level A2. The A2 certificate demonstrates the ability to communicate simply in everyday situations.

Structure of the examination

The examination consists of a written and an oral part. 

In the A2 exam, young learners complete tasks involving all skills. The first part consists of reading, listening and language elements, with task types such as multiple-choice questions or matching tasks . In the writing and speaking section, test takers are given a variety of prompts  (e.g. pictures) and have to respond, expressing themselves either in writing or orally. Interaction takes place between examiners and test takers as well as between test takers in the oral section. Topics and vocabulary are selected to fit with the interests of young learners aged 9 and up.  

 Subtest Anzahl der Teile Duration in minutes Additional information


Written examination 

Listening 210


no break 

Reading 220
Language elements 110
Writing 110
Oral examination Speaking 3approx. 10-15

usually 2 test takers 

no preparation time 

Available as a hybrid and 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 tests with solutions to prepare at home or in class. You will learn how the examination works and how the written and oral performances are assessed. 

What can learners at CEFR level A2 do?

The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) defines six levels of competence: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.  

  • Learners at A2 can understand commonly used expressions.  

  • They can communicate in simple, routine situations that involve a simple and direct exchange of information about familiar and common things.  

  • You can describe their background and education, as well as things related to immediate needs.  

Why should you choose telc language examinations?

telc certificates are internationally recognised by schools, universities, employers and authorities as proof of language skills at all six levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). As a full member of ALTE (Association of Language Testers in Europe), telc is committed to complying with international quality standards.  

Find out more about telc quality standards