NAATI stands for National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters. It is an authority that issues accreditations for practitioners who want to work as translators and interpreters in Australia. NAATI Credentialed Community Language Test falls under the NAATI umbrella, and is taken by migrants who wish to receive 5 bonus points for their Australian PR application.
The test is relatively easier than the IELTS or the PTE, but many do find it difficult to crack as accurate knowledge of two languages is necessary. If you are worrying about your NAATI CCL test coming up soon, then you are in the right place. 1 month is enough time to get all your practise in so you can get your dream score and get the 5 PR points that you need. But how do you start studying? Follow the steps below.
The first step to any major venture in your life must be planning. Whether it’s starting a new business, starting a new career or sitting for an exam. The planning for NAATI CCL starts from deciding which language you are going to attempt the test for. Since NAATI CCL is generally done for the purpose of PR/visa points, it is essential that you keep in mind that you need to score high marks, and your chances are much greater if you chose the language that you are very comfortable with. Language other than English or LOTE is what your English will be judged on, and knowledge of both LOTE and English is important in order to pass the exam.
Once you have chosen the LOTE, that’s when you need to start looking for the right material and resources to get familiar with the NAATI CCL exam. There is countless material for the exam available on the internet, but if you go about do everything you find, chances are you will get overwhelmed. Instead choose one platform where you are able to get practise questions and mock tests.
We offer tons of free material to students for NAATI CCL. We have practise questions in 7 different languages on our NAATI Ninja App, which makes it easier for any student who wants to revise for the exam.
To help you out right from the planning stage, we also provide a detailed and in-depth NAATI CCL coaching course in 7 languages. People find it easier to get coaching as it makes the process easier and you can ensure getting a good grade in the first attempt. Check out our NAATI CCL course here (link to https://oneaustraliagroup.com/naati-course-fees/)
Remember to make a schedule for yourself when you start to study for the test. Create it in a way to make sure you are including every part of the test, and give yourself enough time to practise each and every thing. A time-table is essential to study in a systematic manner so you are aware of everything you have already studied and the points that you still need to put more focus on. This is the easiest way to keep a track of your learnings.
Follow the steps mentioned above, you can be confident to get a good score on your NAATI CCL test. Good Luck with your exam!
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