Your telc Language Exam in Frankfurt

If you need proof of your German language skills, for example for your employer or for studying at a German university, speakeasy Frankfurt is the right place for you! With us you have the opportunity to take a telc language exam and receive an official language certificate. On this page you can find out which telc language exam is right for you.

Your Advantages at speakeasy Frankfurt:

  • easy and short-notice registration possible up to 15 days before the exam
  • low prices
  • a wide range of preparation options at our language school
  • results conveniently and quickly by email
  • monthly exam dates
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As an accredited examination center, we are experts in organizing and conducting telc language tests. These tests are certified by telc gGmbH (The European Language Certificates), allowing you to use your certificate as official proof of your German language skills for both private and public organizations.

In addition to organizing the telc language exams, we also help you prepare for them in the best possible way. You can choose to register for either a German Intensive Course or German Super-Intensive Course. For even more specific preparation, we offer special telc preparation courses. If you are interested in individual lessons perfectly adapted to your own needs, you should take a closer look at our German private lessons.

Which telc Level is the Right One for Me?

At speakeasy Frankfurt, you have the opportunity to take your telc language exam according to your current language level. The examination levels are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Below, you will find an overview of the different levels: A1, B1, B2, C1, and C1 Hochschule. We will also show you when a telc certificate at each level can be particularly relevant.

telc Deutsch A1

What Knowledge Should I have to Pass the telc Deutsch A1 Exam?

At this level, you should be able to understand simple everyday conversations and talk about your hobbies and similar topics without difficulty. As a rough guide, you can assume that you should have acquired the necessary German language skills after about 100 lessons. However, don't worry, grammar mistakes are still okay at this level.

The telc Deutsch A1 certificate may be required, for example, if you apply for a visa to join your spouse in Germany.

Here you will find an overview of dates and prices. If you want to register for the telc Deutsch A1 exam, you can do so by following this link.

What is the Structure of the telc Deutsch A1 Exam?

The telc Deutsch A1 exam consists of a written part, which lasts a total of 65 minutes, and an oral part, which lasts about 11 minutes.

Written exam
Min.
Listening, reading and writing
65
Oral exam
Min.
Normally together with three other participants as a group exam
11

telc Deutsch B1

What Knowledge Should I have to Pass the telc Deutsch B1 Exam?

For the B1 level exam, you should be able to speak about familiar topics. In contrast to the A1 level, you should be able to hold detailed and coherent conversations.

The telc Deutsch B1 certificate is required, among other things, for your citizenship application or if you would like to start an apprenticeship in Germany.

Current prices and dates for the telc Deutsch B1 exam can be found here. You can also register for your exam using this link.

What is the Structure of the telc Deutsch B1 Exam?

The exam tests general language competence in reading, listening, writing and speaking. The duration of each exam part can be found in the table below. Before the start of your oral part, you will have 20 minutes of preparation time in order to get acquainted with the tasks and make notes.

Written exam
Min.
Reading + grammar comprehension
90
Listening comprehension
30
Writing
30
Oral exam
Min.
Normally together with one other participant as a group exam
15

telc Deutsch B2

What Knowledge Skills Do I Need to Pass the telc Deutsch B2 Exam?

At the B2 level, you can express yourself clearly and are able to discuss and negotiate in German. This official language certificate is particularly useful for proving your knowledge for some courses of study and jobs in Germany. However, before taking the exam, it's essential to contact your university or employer to determine what kind of telc certificate is required.

The dates and prices for the telc Deutsch B2 exams at speakeasy in Frankfurt can be found here. If you would like to register straight away, you can do so by following this link.

What Does the Structure of the telc Deutsch B2 Exam Look Like?

The telc Deutsch B2 exam tests your reading, listening, writing and speaking skills. The exact duration of each section you can find in the table below. Before the oral exam starts, you will have 20 minutes of preparation time to get familiar with the tasks and make notes.

Written exam
Min.
Reading + grammar comprehension
90
Listening comprehension
20
Writing
30
Oral exam
Min.
Normally together with one other participant as a group exam
15

telc Deutsch C1

What Knowledge Do I Need to Pass the telc Deutsch C1 Exam?

The telc Deutsch C1 exam tests your language skills at a very advanced level. At C1 level, you can express yourself fluently and discuss a great variety of different topics. A high degree of grammatical accuracy is required.

If you are interested in taking the telc Deutsch C1 exam, you can find all the dates and prices here. Registration is possible under this link.

What is the Structure of the telc Deutsch C1 Exam?

The telc Deutsch C1 exam consists of two parts: a written and an oral part. The table below shows the duration of each part.

Written exam
Min.
Reading + grammar comprehension
90
Pause
20
Listening comprehension
40
Writing
70
Oral exam
Min.
Normally together with one or two other participants as a group exam
16 - 24

telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule

All information about the telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule exam at speakeasy Frankfurt you will find here.

Booking telc exams will follow soon...

From around mid-June 2024, you will be able to easily book your exam here via our website. Before then, you can already contact us at info@speakeasy-frankfurt.de for more information.

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