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With our German A1 to B2 placement tests, you can determine what your German language level is?
Are you planning to register for a German course and you are not sure for which level?
Or do you just want to repeat the grammar and vocabulary from the last German course?

Our German A1 to B2 placement tests help you to determine your language level in German and at the same time help you to repeat what you have already learned and to prepare for your German test.

Test description

With our German tests you can check whether you have the vocabulary and the grammar knows and masters the respective language level. In some tasks this will also be reading comprehension checked. In contrast to most common placement tests, which consist of multiple choice tasks, gaps have to be filled in in our placement tests. We want to give the active use of language more importance, even if there is a risk that spelling mistakes lead to a poorer result.
The test should also help you to find out which elements of the grammar and vocabulary you still need to improve.

We recommend doing reading comprehension and listening comprehension exercises for the respective level in addition to the tests. It is of course particularly helpful if a German teacher can determine your language level in written and oral expression.

Evaluation of the tests

The test result serves as a guide, because other aspects must also be considered before registering for a German course.

Test result:

> 60%: You have passed the test and can register for the respective language level. Of course, you should find out in which areas you made mistakes and repeat this content.
> 80%: You can also take the test for the following language level to see whether you might pass it.

Other factors, which play an important role in the decision for or against a certain course level, especially if your test result is between 50 and 70%:

  • Are the wrong answers spread over many areas of the test or did you give a lot of wrong answers in almost only one or two sub-areas? If there are many mistakes in a few sub-areas, you may be able to repeat and practice these topics in a short time. Then you could also opt for the higher level.
  • Are a large number of incorrect answers due to misspellings and upper and lower case errors? Even then, there is the possibility of opting for the higher level. But then you also know that you have to work on your spelling.
  • Especially if your test score is around 60%, you should ask yourself how much time you have to study and review during the course. If you have a lot of time, you can register for the corresponding level, but if your time is limited, it is advisable to choose a lower level.
  • If in doubt, it is advisable to choose the lower level, because the basics are particularly important in German and almost all new content builds on what has already been learned. If the basis is good, you won't have many problems with the German language.

Take yourselves for every test 30 to 45 minutes of your time. Before you click on "Check", read your answers again and pay particular attention to the spelling and upper and lower case.
You can always click the umlauts ä, ö, ü and the ß at the end of the test.

German test A1 / placement test for A2

With this placement test you will check whether you have mastered the content of the German A1 level (grammar and vocabulary).

German test A1 / placement test for A2

German test A2 / placement test for B1

With this placement test you will check whether you have mastered the content of the German A2 language level (grammar and vocabulary).

German test A2 / placement test for B1

German test B1 / placement test for B2

With this placement test you will check whether you have mastered the content of the German B1 language level (grammar and vocabulary).

German test B1 / placement test for B2

Please help to improve these tests!

Please write a comment with the following information:

  1. Which test did you do?
  2. Your test result
  3. How long have you been learning German?
  4. Where do you learn German?
  5. If you take a German course: what language level are you at?
  6. Which language level have you already passed? When was it?

Thanks.

 

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