Five Facts about The NAATI CCL Test
The influx of immigrants to Australia was immense in the last decade, due to which the Australian government is filtering out the applications on the merit basis which in terms of immigration means point tested systems. Although, this has tightened the process of permanent residency but has also provided with many possible options to attain those scores to lodge the applications with points more than 65. Lets talk about NAATI CCL test facts.
The different options include age, education (onshore and offshore), PTE, professional year, experience (onshore and offshore), state sponsorships, partner points, unmarried points and NAATI (recently introduced).
This Naati-ccl introduction in the pathway of permanent residency has become a relief for the aspirants because it is helping them to gain 5 additional points which can boost the processing. The test includes many aspects that are completely unique which needs a proper understanding. These are:
Due to COVID-19 this exam is now delivered online using the platform of Microsoft Teams. The recommended internet speed is of HD 720p at 30fps is 1.2 Mbps. As this test requires video and audio both, therefore one should have a strong internet connection. A strict prohibition of using hotspot of your mobile phones for the security purposes.
Also, a student should use a PC or a laptop to give the test because mobile phones can cause potential disruptions. The correct way to hear the question audio of your test is with a headset. Keep the volume of the test at a normal range to avoid high pitched sounds.
If the technical issues persist for longer time than the test will be cancelled, and a student will be given a chance to rebook for some other date without additional charges. However, this may delay the test by a couple of months.
The scenarios of the test dialogues will be completely based on the real-life scenarios. The ability of comprehending both the languages and communicating in them will be evaluated. The topics may include business, consumer affairs, employment, health, immigration/ settlement, legal, community, education, financial, housing, insurance, and social services.
5. Marking criteria of the test:
The Test comprises of two dialogues; each worth 45 marks. In order to pass the test, a candidate requires at least 29 marks in each dialogue and an overall score of 63 out of 90. The result for the CCL Test will be given as: Pass: 63 or higher (marks out of 90), Marginal Fail: between 55 and 62.5 (marks out of 90) and Clear Fail: less than 55 (marks out of 90)