telc exams at sprachart BERLIN
Many language students need a formal proof of their knowledge of German, for example for their career start or university entrance.
At sprachart BERLIN you can take the recognised telc examinations. We are an official examination center and a licensed telc partner.
We offer telc German language exams for levels B1, B2 and C1 Hochschule.
|LEVELS||B1, B2 or C1 Hochschule (University)|
|REGISTRATION||at least 30 days before the exam date|
|LATE REGISTRATION||between the 29th und 9th day before the exam: Surcharge of 35€
|PRICE||telc B1 155€
telc B2 155€
telc C1 Hochschule 175€
|RESULTS||4-6 weeks after the exam|
COVID-19 UPDATE: ALL EXAMS TAKE PLACE AS SCHEDULED BELOW
telc EXAM DATES
LEVEL B1, B2 & C1 HOCHSCHULE
||TIMETABLE & INFOS||REGISTRATION DEADLINE||
LATE REGISTRATION UNTIL
|Saturday, 13. 02. 2021||9.30am
||Thursday, 14. 01. 2021, 6.30pm||Thursday, 04. 02. 2021, 6.30pm|
Saturday, 20. 03. 2021
Thursday, 18. 02. 2021, 6.30pm
Thursday, 11. 03. 2021, 6.30pm
What is telc and what do I need this exam for?
telc : “The European Language Certificates” is an internationally recognized language certificate from “telc gGmbH”, a non-profit organization that offers more than 90 different language exams in 10 languages in over 20 countries. The telc certificate is recognised by universities, companies and various authorities. It is based on the globally recognized CEFR level system, which enables a transparent and simple assessment of foreign language skills. Our lesson plans and teaching materials are also based on the CEFR level system. The telc exam assesses your German language skills in four areas: Reading, listening, writing and speaking. Each telc exam consists of a written and an oral component, whereby the written component includes reading, writing and listening skills.
Preparation for the exam
You can prepare yourself in advance for the telc examination with our experienced teachers. Our course system and course content are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which means that you will also be prepared for the telc exams naturally in an intensive or a superintensive course at our school. Additional telc preparation courses can also be attended at sprachart BERLIN, in which exam simulations are practiced in order to get to know the structure of individual examination parts and modules by means of model tests. In addition, they provide useful tips and strategies for mastering each part of the telc exam. In addition, we offer private German lessons to focus on areas of the language that you individually need more time for. Sign up HERE for private lessons.
OUR telc PREPARATION COURSES:
How is the exam structured?
The telc B1 exam consists of two parts: written and oral. You will start your exam with the written part which lasts 2 hours and 30 minutes and consists of 4 modules: reading comprehension, language modules (vocabulary and grammar), listening comprehension and written expression. After the written part, you’ll have a break and after you’ll take the oral exam. We will inform you about the exact time for your oral exam on exam day. The oral exam lasts 15 minutes plus preparation time of 20 minutes.
The telc B2 exam consists of a written and an oral part. The first written part consists of 4 modules: reading comprehension, language modules (vocabulary and grammar), listening comprehension, written expression and lasts 2 hours and 20 minutes. After the written part you’ll have a break and will take your oral exam later on the same day. The oral exam lasts 15 minutes plus preparation time of 20 minutes. We will inform you about the exact time for your oral exam on the exam day.
REGISTER HERE for our telc B2 preparation German course
telc C1 HOCHSCHULE
The telc C1 university examination consists of a written and an oral part. The oral examination takes place first and lasts 16 minutes with preparation time of 20 minutes. We will inform you about your individual time for the oral part couple of days before the exam date. The written exam lasts 3 hours and 40 minutes (including a 20-minute break after the first module) and it takes place next day in the morning. It consists of 4 modules: reading comprehension, language modules (vocabulary and grammar), listening comprehension and written expression.
REGISTER HERE for our telc C1 Hochschule preparation German course