The Dutch language uses the Latin alphabet (also known as the Roman alphabet). This part of the examination assesses your ability to read and understand written Dutch at Level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This part of the examination consists of two parts:
- The candidate hears a word and chooses from four written answer options + the candidate reads a word and chooses from four spoken answer options.
- In this part, the candidate sees reading texts on the screen; two multiple choice questions are asked with three or four answer options.
This part of the exam takes 35 minutes. If you fail one of the parts, you will have to do the whole exam again.