Learners of Modern Greek have the opportunity to obtain official recognition of their level of Greek language competence by sitting for an examination that is held annually, all over the world, in May.
If you are interested to obtain this Greek certificate, you can book tailor-made private lessons aimed at preparing you for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Greek exam. Together with your teacher, you will work on the reading, writing, listening and speaking skills that are required for the chosen Greek exam level (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 or C2). Depending on your needs and requests, Omilo will organize a program that will prepare you within the given time.
After you take a placement test to determine your proficiency in the Greek language, the teacher will set up a personalized program to work on what is needed for the chosen Greek exam level. Usually this will be a mix of both vocabulary and grammar work. You will also be taken through various speaking and writing exercises designed to improve all your language skills. In addition, you will get the chance to work on previously administered written and oral exams and discuss them with your teacher.
The examination for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek is organized by the Center for the Greek Language of the Aristotelian University of Greece by order of the Greek Ministry of Education and Religion. The examination takes place every year between May 10 and May 20. The examinations are both oral and written.
Successful candidates at each level will receive an official Certificate of Attainment in Modern Greek. The Certificate can be a valuable asset for those seeking employment with European or other International companies.
All information about this certificate, the levels, the examination centers, examination materials, etc. can be found at www.greeklanguage.gr .
When you decide to prepare for the exams to obtain the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Greek, you will be asked to take a proficiency test. This way we will be able to determine your current level in Greek.
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