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NAATI (National Accreditation Authority for translators and Interpreters), a non-profit company jointly owned by the Commonwealth, State and Territory Governments, is the national standard and certifying authority for translators and interpreters in Australia. CCL Test is an evaluation of your language abilities to convey the meaning of a conversation between a native English speaker into LOTE speaker and vice versa. In this blog, we will provide you with some NAATI CCL Information; its aspects, what to expect during the test, how it is taken and so on.

NAATI tests and certifies the translators and interpreters. On passing this CCL Test taken by NAATI, you get 5 PR points which will further take you closer in getting Australian PR. Passing the CCL test is the verified confirmation of an individual’s community language skills in both English and other languages. When you pass the NAATI CCL Test you can claim for those CCL points.

You require at least 29 marks in each dialogue and an overall score of 63 out of 90 in order to pass the CCL Test. Scoring above 63 will add five points to your PR points and score between 55 to 62.5 will be marked as a marginal fail. As CCL is all about five bonus points, CCL HUB focuses on providing some paid preparation courses to the users who are looking forward to appearing in the NAATI CCL exam.

NAATI CCL Test Format

  • Once you sit for the test, a testing officer plays an audio recording for you to interpret and translate.
  • The audio recording played for you consists of two dialogues.
  • Each dialogue has a conversation between a native English Speaker and a LOTEs speaker.
  • You need to translate and interpret those dialogues and your response is recorded for NAATI Scoring Procedure.
  • You need to translate and interpret those dialogues and your response is recorded for NAATI Scoring Procedure.
  • Each dialogue is of nearly 300 words, half in English and half in LOTE.
  • Those dialogues are further divided into segments where each segment is of 35 words.
  • The test will be completed in a maximum of 20 minutes.
  • NAATI will send you the result within 8 to 10 days of the test date via email.

How is the test taken?

  • A recording is played for you by the testing officer.
  • A chime (a bell or metal bar) indicates the end of the segment.
  • You need to hear the chime and begin the response within 5 seconds of the chime.
  • The testing officer pauses the audio recording after the chime.
  • The testing officer will allow you to complete your response to the segment.
  • Your response is recorded for a scoring procedure.
  • Once your response is completed, the testing officer restarts the recording and plays the next segment.
  • This process continues until the candidate completes the test
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