Hey guys, today I am here with you to give you information about marking criteria for NAATI CCL Test. You might still be confused about whether you will pass the CCL Test or not. Give your worries to us, and we will give you the solution. It will be easy for you to prepare if you know the marking criteria for NAATI CCL Test.
Today, I will be giving you the information about the marking criteria of the NAATI CCL Test. I will provide you with information about where you can lose your marks and where you can improve.
CCL Test is the easiest way to earn five bonus PR points. The NAATI CCL test is not that hard if you prepare well for it. It helps to increase your PR points in less time with a comparatively low budget. To crack the CCL exam, you need regular practice. It would help if you memorized the vocabulary, take standard mock tests, and test samples to get familiar with NAATI CCL Test.
We’ve already discussed that the NAATI CCL Test consists of 2 dialogues, each of which is 45 marks. These dialogues comprise approximately 300 words with half in English and the rest in LOTE, with further division into segments. To pass the test, you must score at least 29 in each dialogue and have an overall score of 63 out of 90.
Maybe just passing the test is not your goal. You might be wanting to ace it. Right?
Keeping that in mind, I’m letting you in on a secret.
While marking you for the test, the examiner takes various factors into account. The first one is your ability to translate and interpret the dialogue segments from English to LOTE or vice-versa. In this process, two of the aspects that are analyzed are:
It means how skilled you are at interpreting into English or LOTE and how accurate you are grammatically as well.
Language register is the way a speaker chooses the words, tone of voice, and body language depending upon the situations.
You have to be aware of the situations that could deduct your points. You can’t afford to lose points that aren’t even yours, just yet, right?
Here are a few things you should keep in mind to avoid the deduction of your points:
- Accuracy: You have to deliver the correct information while interpreting. Getting the facts and figures wrong could cost you some points.
- Distortions: Avoid changing the information as this could give a different meaning to the dialogue.
- Omissions: While interpreting, don’t forget to use the words that give information and context to the dialogue.
- Insertions: Inserting your own words and more information is equally bad as an omission.
– Avoid making two or three of these mistakes per dialogue, or the examiner declares you as failed.
– The examiner’s opinion is vital, so you have to try and make a few mistakes as you can.
– Make a good impression on the examiner. But let’s not try too hard at it, though, shall we?
– Even the fact that your answers are recorded should make you alert enough to be used for further evaluation and marking.
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Author: Manita Paudel