What success in the Euroexams means
Every examination is made up of two parts (written and spoken) and tests the four skills: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. To pass candidates need to score 60% of the total marks with a minimum of 40% in each skill.
- Written Exam: Reading, Writing and Listening skills
- Spoken Exam: Speaking skills
If however you take the spoken and written parts of the exam separately, you need to score at least 60% in both parts to pass the Euroexam.
Passing the Euroexams indicates that the candidate can undertake a variety of real-life tasks in English. Assessment in the Euroexam does not focus just on accuracy of language, but primarily on communication including the clarity of the overall message, the effect on the reader or listener, and success in including all relevant content.
Results and grades
- Results are available in 30 days after the date of the examination. The local examination centre informs candidates of their results.
- Candidates will receive a grade of Pass or Fail, with the result given in percentages (e.g. 78%).
- All successful candidates will be awarded the Euroexam International Certificate.
- The official and final scores will be shown on the certificate.
To find out more about marking, please click here.
To find out how you will get your certificate, please click here.