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Frequently asked questions

What is the NAATI CCL exam?

It is an exam conducted by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd that tests your language interpretation and translating stills on topics based on everyday life situations. It measures language ability on a community level. For more information read our blogs.

Passing the exam will give you 5 points for your point-based permanent residency in Australia.

We recommend spending about 2 months preparing. However, every person is different and may require different time durations to prepare. Some have prepared for it in 2 weeks and some in 8 weeks.

The NAATI CCL test is for a total of 90 marks with 45 marks for each dialogue.

To pass, you will need a minimum of 29 marks out of 45 in each dialogue and an overall score of 63 out of 90.

The only requirement for the candidate to apply for the NAATI CCL test is to have either the 489 visa or 190 visa or 189 visa.

A total amount of $800 must be paid to successfully register for the NAATI CCL Test.

The scores for the CCL test will be valid for 3 years from the issue date.

A range of topics based on everyday life situations are tested in the NAATI CCL Test. These include: Business, community, consumer affairs, education, employment, financial, health, housing, immigration, insurance, legal, and social services.

We offer a wide range of features on our website including video tutorials and vocabulary lists.

We offer Hindi as the ‘language other than English’ (LOTE).

Our vocabulary lists are separated based on the topics tested in NAATI CCL. Each word can be viewed in English, Hindi, and also its Hinglish form. These ready-made terminologies can be tested by setting it in either the easy, medium, or difficult mode. With this, you can identify your strengths and weaknesses. Accordingly, you can focus on particular topics.

We offer a wide variety of services to help you gain confidence for the test. Our video tutorials, vocabulary lists, and personalised feedback will help you do just that.

If you’re serious about passing the test and can practise for 2 hours every day, then 1 month can be enough.

The video tutorials are actually better than a regular class. The NAATI CCL class does not involve a practical component where you must observe a teacher. You need to practise dialogues and vocabulary, which can be done online as well; there is no difference.