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In this course we will provide you
- Introduction to NAATI CCL and the scoring Guide for NAATI CCL
- The Exam Pattern and what to expect
- Comprehensive Vocabulary list for common Exam dialogues and other Vocabulary words
- Practice with Past Exam Questions and Mock Exams prepared by our Experts
- Guide on how to get quick dates for NAATI CCL
- Free NAATI CCL sample tests for NAATI Nepalese
- 30 Dialogues+Answer
NAATI CCL Test Format
The NAATI CCL exam has two dialogues. Each dialogue is a conversation between a Native English speaker and the language of your CCL Exam (Nepalese in this case for instance). Each dialogue is on some situation such as Education, Employment or a job interview. According to NAATI Official, each dialogue is 300 words long, divided into 35 words segments. A sample dialogue is presented below.
The following is a sample NAATI CCL Dialogue between a Nepalese Jobseeker and a Job search case Manager. Copyright of NAATI.
The NAATI CCL test is conducted online nowadays through a platform known as ProctorExam. Make sure you have a good internet connection. Detailed information will be sent to you once you book the Exam.
You may repeat any segment before you begin your interpretation. In such instances, the whole segment will be repeated. The first repetition in each dialogue may be requested without penalty; however, any further requests for the repetitions may be penalised by the examiner.
According to the official NAATI CCL, a candidate requires at least 29 marks in each dialogue and an overall score of 63 out of 90.
The result for the CCL Test will be given as:
- Pass: 63 or higher (marks out of 90)
- Marginal Fail: between 58 and 62.5 (marks out of 90)
- Clear Fail: less than 58 (marks out of 90)
In situations where a candidate achieves 23 out of 45 in Dialogue 1, 41 out of 45 in Dialogue 2 and an Overall Score of 64 out of 90, the result given will be CLEAR FAIL as the candidate hasn’t achieved required score in Dialogue 1 (i.e. 29).
Results are sent via email within 4-6 weeks of the test date and are valid for three years from the date of issue. However, nowadays most results start to come after the two weeks and by end of week four, everyone who has appeared in the exam has received their results.
Clear Fail results are unable to apply for a review of their test due to the statistical improbability of the result being overturned