Do you think you are ready for your NAATI CCL Test?
Let’s assume that you have prepared well by learning all the tips and strategies for cracking this exam, but it is always advisable to have note of the things that one must be avoiding while doing the test. This will help you in smashing your exam with good scores.
This blog is written with a motive of revealing 5 common mistakes that test-takers can do in the NAATI CCL Test:
- While delivering your answer, you do not need to translate every word of the segment into your language other than English. Rather must focus on the context of the segment and try giving out the exact meaning with the necessary information.
- One should be extra careful about the facts and figures presented in a dialogue because missing them will be a mistake that may carry negative scores. For example, if it is a medical dialogue where a patient is being prescribed a medicine prescription for twice a day, and you tend to say three times. This could ultimately harm the patient in real scenario, so they take it as a major omission.
- There are two ways of speaking any language, formal and informal. It is always better if you follow the formal speech because that gives a good impression on the examiner and you tend to speak clearer. Also, make sure you are not in a hurry to say your answers and maintain a slow pace which helps in having enough time to think and speak as well as helps the examiner to mark you easily.
- While you are taking notes, make sure that the adjectives and adverbs are written down in your paper as they tend to give a completely different meaning to the set of information. For example, you should come here daily for marking attendance. Now, this word daily if not said in your answer will change the whole meaning.
- As this is a language interpretation test, the grammar of both languages must be taken care of properly because changing it can result into a completely different scenario. So, the examiners are very strict with the concepts of grammar while marking your essay. To be specific, the tenses in which the speaker is conveying the message should remain the same or else it is considered a major mistake that can lead to deduction of marks. For example, if he is saying, “he got injured at work” must be translated into simple tense in your language other than English as well.
By having these minute things in mind if one appears in the test well prepared, clearing test would not be a mountainous task.
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