1. you can prepare yourself by attending language courses or by self-study. Course books are available in many bookshops that will prepare you specifically for your chosen language level. 2.
2. familiarise yourself with the examination procedure and the types of sub-tests in the telc examination. The practice tests and the learning objectives will help you with this.
Your telc examination centre offers examinations on a regular basis, but centres may also offer examinations on request. Please check with your examination centre when the next examination is scheduled. When planning your examination, please note that your examination centre must register the examination with telc 14 days before the examination date.
Your telc examination centre offers examinations on a regular basis, but centres may also offer examinations on request. Please check with your examination centre when the next examination is scheduled. When planning your examination, please note that your examination centre must register the examination with telc 14 days before the examination date. You can take examinations at all examination centres registered with telc, including many Adult Education Centres. Click here to find examination centres near you. Please note that some examination centres do not offer the entire telc programme.
Your examination centre will inform you about the examination fee. Since each examination centre can set its own examination fees, telc cannot give any information about the costs.
Yes, exams can be repeated as often as you like. Whether you take the entire exam (both the written and the oral part) or only part of the exam depends on the level of the exam.
Depending on the number of examinations written and the examinations to be worked on, it can take between 4 to 6 weeks until you receive your result.
Your telc examination centre will decide on the examination date. There must not be more than 7 days between the examination parts if they are taken on different days.
telc offers options for conducting accessible examinations. Contact your examination centre for further information. Please note that there are special registration deadlines for accessible examinations.
You may take pencils, pens, sharpeners and erasers into the examination room. Drinks are only allowed in transparent bottles without labels. Personal hygiene items such as paper tissues are also allowed. Jackets, bags, mobile phones, wrist watches and other items may not be taken into the room and must be handed in before the examination begins.
No, dictionaries, textbooks, notes or sample answers are considered unauthorised aids and are not allowed.
Our live online exam training is an exam preparation course. It takes place exclusively LIVE online and is conducted using Zoom software.
You can find the dates in the Training Portal under the heading Exam Training.
No. The view on the mobile phone is too small.
You will probably receive the link by e-mail 7 days before the course starts.
No. There is no placement test. But please consider whether your language skills already correspond to the target level of the exam. We do not offer language courses, but specific exam preparation.
No, there is no certificate. However, you will receive a certificate of participation and the result of your mock examination.
No. It is important for the quality of telc examinations that teachers do not test their candidates themselves.
They register themselves for the examination at one of our examination centres. You can find the list of examination centres here.