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LanguageCert AÜ TÖMER TürkYet - the 'Spoken Exam'

The LanguageCert AÜ TÖMER TürkYet (Speaking) qualification is usually referred to as the Spoken Exam.

Candidates find the Spoken Exam very enjoyable to take, as they participate in a guided conversation with an interlocutor – who does not assess their performance – on various topics of interest, such as inviting friends to the cinema, talking about their hobbies or arguing for a standpoint.

The Spoken Exam offers a range of tangible benefits:

  • Student and teacher-friendly exam, requiring little exam-specific preparation
  • Exam duration: about 15 minutes, depending on the qualification level
  • Individual interview, so that candidates perform at their best
  • Pass mark: at least 50%
  • A certificate is awarded to successful candidates for the LanguageCert AÜ TÖMER TürkYet Spoken Exam.

Find out more about the benefits of the LanguageCert AÜ TÖMER TürkYet Spoken Exam.

What are the assessment rules of the Spoken Exam?

The LanguageCert AÜ TÖMER TürkYet suite of examinations is directly aligned to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) produced by the Council of Europe. The Spoken Exam is rigorously assessed against CEFR-specified criteria. The grades awarded will be either High Pass, Pass or Fail.

TürkYet Part

Total Maximum Score

Speaking

50

 

Grades

High Pass

35-50 out of 50

Pass

25-34 out of 50

Fail

0-24 out of 50

For more detailed information on the marking scheme of the Spoken Exam, as well as on the assessment marks for each task type at a particular level, please download the LanguageCert Qualification Handbook for AÜ TÖMER TürkYet Speaking.