The registration deadline is Thursday 1 p.m. two weeks prior to the exam. After this deadline you still have the option to register, however, if you decide to do so, you will have to pay the late registration fee of 30 EUR.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to postpone or cancel a telc exam after registration. You can find more information about this in our terms and conditions.
Unfortunately, we cannot cancel or postpone a telc exam even if you are ill. You can find more information about this in our terms and conditions.
Of course! We organize our exam days so that you take both parts of the exam on the same day. This is especially convenient for you if you are traveling from outside Hamburg or need to take a day off from work. Please keep the whole day free, as there may be a longer break between your two exam parts!
Both parts of the exam take place on the same day. However, you can register for two different exams and have your partial results combined (please note that you need the results of the first part of the exam).
Yes, you can! The partial result of an exam is valid for 12 months. The date of issue of the score sheet is the starting date for the 12 months of validity. This means that if your score sheet was issued on 01 September 2021, the result is valid until 31 August 2022. While it is valid, you can have your result recognised by telc and combine it with the result of a later exam. Let’s say you only passed the oral part of your exam – next time you can register just for the written part of the exam then combine the two results and vice versa. Important: In order for your results to be recognised, we will need a copy of the last exam result. If the copy is not submitted, there may be a delay in the crediting of the result.
Yes, that's exactly how it is! You book an online preparation course INCLUDING the telc exam.
We will send you an email with all the important information about your exam about a week before your exam day. Here we also tell you when you have to be at the exam center. Normally our first exams begin at 9 am but you will have to check in much earlier than that.
If you have not received an email from us four days before your exam date, please check your spam folder. If there is no e-mail there either, please contact us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org !
You are not allowed to use your cell phone during the exam (not even during the break in the written part of the C1 or C1 university exam) or during the preparation time for your oral exam. Please make all important calls before the start of the written exam and before entering the waiting area for the oral exam. Other electronic aids are also strictly prohibited on the day of the exam.
There are a few things that you must bring:
Unfortunately, we cannot change the time of your oral exam. Please keep the entire day of the exam free, as there may be a longer break between the written and oral parts of the exam.
About a week before your exam, you will receive an email from us with all the important information on your exam day. Please make sure you arrive at the exam center on time. Report here at the reception for the ID check. We will then tell you in which room your exam will take place. At the end of the written exam, we will tell you when to go to the waiting area for the oral exam, from there we will pick you up and take you first to the preparation room and then to the oral exam.
The correction time for telc exams is up to six weeks. You can use our exam status to keep up to date with where your documents are at the moment - at the post office, at telc, or back at our office! Unfortunately, we cannot influence the duration of the correction time, we are waiting just like you for the arrival of your results at the examination center. As soon as we have them, we will send you an e-mail!
Unfortunately, there is no possibility of a faster correction, the fast correction has been abolished by telc with the start of the year 2021.
We will send you a scan of your result by e-mail as soon as we receive the results from telc. You can get your original result in two ways: Pick it up in person at the exam center (don't forget your ID) or have it sent to you by mail.
If you have passed both parts of the exam, your language certificate has no expiry date. If you have only passed one part (a written or an oral one), your result is valid for 12 months from the date of issue.