Your telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule exam in Berlin
For international applicants who would like to apply to study at a German university, there are special examinations for admission. Through the completion of these exams, applicants are able to prove that they are adequately prepared for the advanced language requirements in an academic setting. One of these examinations, which is recognized by all universities, is the telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule exam. We offer the exam once a month. Our language school is telc Kompetenzzentrum Hochschule. Not only does this mean that we are experienced exam providers, but we also offer a preparation course that will comprehensively familiarize you with the content and structure of the exam.
The exam is mostly taken by our teachers who have several years of teaching and exam experience.
Small Exam groups:
You write your exam in a very small group of maximum 10-20 people. This is not only more pleasant and personal, but also more efficient.
Fair examination fee:
We offer fair conditions for telc exams and will send you your results free of charge via email once we receive them.
We have been auditing for more than 20 years. Our audits are professionally organized before, during and after the actual audit.
Examination structure telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule
The exam consists of two parts, the written and the oral exam.
|Reading comprehension and language elements||90 minutes|
|Listening comprehension||40 minutes|
|Written expression||70 minutes|
|- with 2 candidates
- with 3 candidates
(plus 20 minutes preparation time)
In the written exam you will have a 20-minute break after the reading comprehension part of the exam. You will take the written exam on the first day of the exam and the oral exam on the second day.
Preparation for the telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule Examination
In order to pass this exam successfully, you should prepare well and with sufficient time in advance.
A basic requirement is that you meet the language requirements for the exam, i.e. that you have successfully completed at least the C1 level. A C1 level means that you can express yourself spontaneously and fluently. You are able to understand colloquial expressions and to vary your linguistic style in a targeted manner. And all this with a high degree of grammatical correctness. If you do not currently meet the language requirements, we recommend that you take part in one of our German intensive courses, German evening courses or private lessons. In the German courses, you will practice your skills in the four competencies of reading, writing, listening and speaking. However, the linguistic requirements of the telc C1 Hochschule examination go beyond general language skills, as it tests university-related German language skills. You will practice these skills in academic language use in our preparation course telc C1 Hochschule. In addition, you will be familiarized with the structure of the exam by our specialized teachers. And you will learn what types of tasks you can expect and how to master them in the best possible way. The dates of our preparation course are of course coordinated with the exam dates.
During your telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule exam
About a week before the exam, you will receive an e-mail with detailed information about the exam day. Be sure to arrive on time for the exam. If you are late, you will not be allowed to take the exam. There is no entitlement to a refund of the examination fees. Bring your ID card or passport with you to the exam. We will provide you with pens and notepaper. Of course, you can also bring your own pens. Please note that you may only write in pencil on telc examination papers. No aids such as dictionaries or digital aids are allowed in the exam
Examination results telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule
The examination results are available approximately 4 to 6 weeks after the examination. The examination is evaluated by the telc Institute. Express-evaluation, i.e. particularly fast correction at extra cost, is no longer offered. In order to pass the overall examination, you must achieve at least 60 percent of the possible maximum score in both the written part of the examination and the oral examination. If you pass one part of the exam and fail the other, it is possible to have the part you passed counted toward the next exam. In this case, you would only have to retake the part of the exam that you did not pass. Do you have any questions about the exam? Then please contact us!