telc B1 Examination
German-language Certification in Munich
B1 German-language Certification in Munich
- Examination Centre: telc Examination Centre - FOKUS Munich
- Examination Dates: 4 days a week
- Examination Times: between 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
- Examination Elements: Written & Oral Exam on 1 day
- Registration Deadline: 14 days before the exam
- Requirement: official identification with photo
- Results: via e-mail 4 to 6 weeks after the exam
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Yes, you can book all exams without having attended a previous language course with us.
Yes, both parts of the examination take place on the same day. We recommend that you reserve the whole day for the examination.
4-6 weeks after the examination day.
Unfortunately not. Since August 2021 telc gGmbH has removed this option from its portfolio meaning it is no longer possible to book an express examination with any examination centre, FOKUS Sprachen or otherwise, in Germany. If you’re needing your results as quickly as possible, we recommend you use our online registration tool to find the next available examination date at one of our test centres.
Yes, you can have a passed part of the examination credited. The result of a passed partial examination (written or oral) can be credited to a repeat examination within a certain period of time. The period begins when an examination is first taken and ends on the 31st of December of the following calendar year. However, this does not apply to dual-level examinations, e.g. Deutsch B1-B2 Beruf, Deutsch B1-B2 Pflege, Deutsch B2-C1 Beruf, Deutsch B2-C1 Medizin.
Please let us know at the time of registration whether you would like to have an examination part credited.
If you are ill on the day of the examination, you must inform us immediately and send us a medical certificate (the notification of illness must be signed by a doctor working in Germany). The certificate must be submitted to Fokus Sprachen & Seminare no later than 2 days after the examination day. However, the illness must be reported by e-mail before the examination.
No. You are not allowed to use a dictionary or other aids.
Yes, you can repeat the exam as often as you like. If you have only failed the oral exam or only the written exam, you do not have to repeat the whole exam.
You can take part in one of our preparation courses. We offer both online and classroom courses.
Here you can find more information about our preparatory courses in Munich