The maximum score for the exam is 100 points and it is divided in two groups:
Group 1: Reading skills (25 points) + Writing skills (25 points).
Group 2: Listening skills (25 points) + Speaking (25 points).
There are two possible grades: “Pass” or “Fail”. “Pass” means the score is equal to or higher than 30 points in each one of the groups.
Exams dates this year
General tips and tricks
Specific structure of each section
Task 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Read daily texts
Read daily texts and match with the correct sentence (task 1 and 4) or answer multiple choice questions (tasks 2, 3 and 5)
Task 1, 2 and 3: Listen to short messages
Listen to short messages and complete multiple-choice questions and matching exercices.
Task 4 and Task 5: Listen to daily conversations
Listen to daily conversations and complete multiple-choice questions (task 4) and match the listening with a picture (task 5).
Task 1: Fill in a form
Complete fields or comments from forms, sheets, surveys or forums.
Task 2: Write a small postcard or email
Create a brief text addressed to someone such as a note, postcard, message, email or letter.
Task 3: Write a small text
Create a short composition (description, narration, journal entry, real or imaginary biography) based on the data provided.
Task 1: Oral exposition about daily topics.
Make a short monologue about a daily topic (free time, friends and family, personal description…)
Task 2: Picture description
Make a short monologue from a photograph
Task 3: Dialogue
Hold a conversation with the examiner in a simulated situation from the photograph described in Task 2.
Task 4: Role play
Participate in a conversation with the examiner in a simulated situation from a role card.
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