The examination consists of a written and an oral part.
The test presents test takers with tasks that evaluate a range of skills. The reading and listening sections test receptive skills using tasks such as multiple choice or text matching. Productive skills are evaluated in writing and speaking tasks. Here, test takers respond to an input either in written or spoken form.
|Duration in minutes
1 test taker
5 minutes preparation time for Part 23 minutes preparation time for Part 3
This exam is only available as a digital exam. It can ONLY be taken as a complete exam.
The mock examination includes a complete test with solutions, which can be used to prepare at home or in class. It also provides you with all the important information about the examination procedure and how the written and oral performances are assessed.
The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) defines six levels of competence: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.
- Learners at level B2 can communicate so spontaneously and fluently that a normal conversation with native speakers is quite possible without major effort on either side.
- They can understand the main content of complex texts on concrete and abstract topics.
- They can express themself clearly and in detail on a wide range of topics, explain a point of view on a topical issue and outline the advantages and disadvantages of different options.
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