Are you getting restless thinking about those extra 5 PR points? On top since last week, NAATI gave notice on conducting the exam. They have changed the NAATI Test format due to COVID19. NAATI CCL Test Format for 2021 is online-based and will be taken online with certain rules to be followed by the test takers.
You’re probably aware that NAATI exams have always involved face to face interaction between the examiner and the candidate. NAATI CCL tests are a formal translation test that requires certain decorums. NAATI CCL Test Format for the year 2021 is online due to the pandemic COVID-19.
But in recent months, there’s been a frightful scenario caused by the pandemic COVID-19 disease. And various restrictions have been imposed regarding business meets and gatherings. We should be wise and abide by these impositions to keep ourselves and fellow citizens out of danger.
It’s time to put our health and safety first. We cannot risk more lives and cause more damage. Think about those who are fighting on the frontline not caring about their family and health, our Nurses, Doctors, Janitors, and other medical staff.
Considering the situation, NAATI has announced to make changes regarding the NAATI CCL test format by taking it online and making it convenient for the candidates who are willing to appear for the test. For those who have their test in this month and are pensive on not getting a call from NAATI to schedule the online test, don’t worry you will get the call soon.
But if you are unsure how this new test format will work out then stay connected with us in our Whatsapp group for more information.
You can cancel your test as well and the cancellation policy is:
Claim a 75% refund if you do not want to sit for your test.
Withdraw yourself from your current face to face test session via myNAATI and log in to select a new date if you believe you are unable to take the test in the next three months for any reason.
Note: NAATI is still accepting the bookings for new candidates. The test will be taken online with certain rules to be followed by the test takers. The test is delivered over the internet via Microsoft teams.
The candidates adhere to the following rules while taking the test:
Candidates must have a suitable device for test delivery-computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone that has a camera and microphone.
The test must be completed in a location that is free of distractions, background noise and other people. The test location will be checked at the start of the test.
Devices(including mobiles, laptops, tablets and other smart devices) other than devices being used to take the test must be turned off.
Any candidate using a device to record or photograph test materials or communicate with a third party will have their test cancelled.
In order to take the test, candidates will need to provide proof of their identity (i.e the photo ID provided with your application- normally your driving license or passport). This should be shown to the camera prior to the start of the test.
If there is any doubt as to the identity of the test-takers, the test will not process. The video of the test will be recorded and reviewed prior to the test performance being assessed. Any non-compliance to NAATI’s test policy may result in the test being invalidated.
All candidates will be required to be online and logged in to the session at the time being advised. If you are late you will not be tested. Please note that it is expected that a CCL Test is completed around 20 minutes. If your test runs for longer than this time NAATI reserves the right to cease the test. The assessment will be made on the performance to that point.
In order to access the NAATI CCL test, a candidate will need to have a suitable device
If using a computer/laptop the test will be available via an internet browser-Microsoft edge or chrome are preferable.
If using a tablet or mobile phone the Microsoft Teams app will need to be downloaded from the App Store / Play Store. The app is free to download and no accounts need to be created.
It is recommended that you use headphones while taking the test to minimize background noise and distractions.
Once your online test has been scheduled you will receive an email from NAATI. This will confirm your test date and time but will not have the link for the test.
Shortly after the email, you will receive an invitation from a NAATI staff member with the link to your online test.
Click “Accept” and the test details will go onto your calendar. The link to join the test is at the bottom of this email where it says “Join Microsoft Teams Meeting”.
Just before the time of your test, please click on the link in the email to open and join the test meeting.
Note: The UI for mobile and laptop devices differ.
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