NAATI CCL Free Practice Material
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CCL Test Information
Please read the information below before you start practicing the dialogues
Please use the following dialogues as practice materials for the NAATI CCL test. The exam duration is approximately 15-20 minutes. There are two dialogues with about 10 segments each. There are less than 35 words in each segment which you need to interpret from English to Nepali and vice-versa. You’ll hear one segment at a time. The testing officer pauses the audio after each segment for you to interpret (you should take notes while listening to the segments). Within 5 seconds of hearing the chime (sound indicator) at the end of each segment, you should start interpreting.
From what we’ve seen so far, a segment is usually around 15-30 words range. This test is completely based on listening and speaking only. You won’t be allowed to see the transcript of the dialogues, but you’ll be allowed to take notes.
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Remember that a testing officer in the exam stops the audio after each segment for you to do the interpretation from English to LOTE (Language Other Than English) and vice-versa. So, while practising by yourself, make sure to pause the audio after each segment.
Simply practising the free dialogues available in our Starter Kit won’t be enough to pass the exam. There are 12 different dialogue topics such as health, immigration, centrelink, legal, community setting, and others. A thorough preparation would involve having the knowledge of all these topics along with required vocabulary and plenty of dialogues to practise with. We recommend you compare our NAATI CCL online courses side-by-side and enroll in the one that suits you the most.