NT2: Examen de néérlandais

 

"Nederlands als Tweede Taal" (le néérlandais en tant que seconde langue), tel est le nom du test de néérlandais qui évalue les 4 compétences clef en néérlandais: lecture, écriture, écoute et expression orale.

Cet examen a deux niveaux: le niveau 1 plus facile, le niveau 2 plus difficile et équivalent au niveau B2 sur l'échelle européenne du CECRL.

Ce test de néérlandais est organisé par le DUO - IB Groep, un département du Ministère de l'Education, de la Culture et de la Recherche. Les sessions d'examen ont lieu essentiellement en Hollande et les frais d'inscription étaient de 90 € en 2013.

Test de Neerlandais NT2

Le test de néérlandais NT2 évalue les 4 compétences linguistique de base lors de séquences d'examen spécifiques:

  • Lecture : lecture de textes et réponse à des questions (110 (niveau 1) ou 100 minutes (niveau 2)), test informatisé. 
  • Expression orale: l'épreuve dure une trentaine de minute à consiste à réagir à des questions et descriptions de situations fournies en ligne. Il n'y a pas d'examinateur oral, les prises de parole sont enrégistrées par l'ordinateur et corrigées à distance.
  • Ecriture: Epreuve de 2 heures consistant à écrire directement à l'écran à la fois des textes courts (1 à 3 phrases) et des textes plus longs.
  • Ecoute: Cette épreuve dure environ une heure et consiste à répondre à des questions relatives à des dialogues qu'on écoute sur l'ordinateur.

Les résultats au NT2 sont connus environ 5 semaines après l'épreuve.

En savoir plus sur le test de Néérlandais NT2:

"Nederlands als Tweede Taal"

Nederlands als Tweede Taal" (Dutch as the second language) test which evaluates Dutch reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

The exam has two levels - NT2 level II is more difficult than NT2 level I - and it is more useful for people with higher education or those who aim for higher level employment. The NT2 II diploma is equivalent to the B2 language level as described within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

The Staatsexamen is organised by the DUO - IB Groep, a division of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, at different locations. A fee of 90 euros is charged to take the tests, and a score of 500 points is required to pass each of them. If not all four tests are passed, candidates can retake sections they failed.

Results are made available around five weeks after the exam and, if you succeed, the TNT will deliver your diploma to your home.

- See more at: http://www.iamexpat.nl/read-and-discuss/career/articles/dutch-diploma-getting-through-the-staatsexamen-nt2#sthash.gtuqmLF7.dpuf

Nederlands als Tweede Taal" (Dutch as the second language) test which evaluates Dutch reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

The exam has two levels - NT2 level II is more difficult than NT2 level I - and it is more useful for people with higher education or those who aim for higher level employment. The NT2 II diploma is equivalent to the B2 language level as described within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

The Staatsexamen is organised by the DUO - IB Groep, a division of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, at different locations. A fee of 90 euros is charged to take the tests, and a score of 500 points is required to pass each of them. If not all four tests are passed, candidates can retake sections they failed.

Results are made available around five weeks after the exam and, if you succeed, the TNT will deliver your diploma to your home.

- See more at: http://www.iamexpat.nl/read-and-discuss/career/articles/dutch-diploma-getting-through-the-staatsexamen-nt2#sthash.gtuqmLF7.dpuf

Nederlands als Tweede Taal" (Dutch as the second language) test which evaluates Dutch reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.

The exam has two levels - NT2 level II is more difficult than NT2 level I - and it is more useful for people with higher education or those who aim for higher level employment. The NT2 II diploma is equivalent to the B2 language level as described within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

The Staatsexamen is organised by the DUO - IB Groep, a division of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, at different locations. A fee of 90 euros is charged to take the tests, and a score of 500 points is required to pass each of them. If not all four tests are passed, candidates can retake sections they failed.

Results are made available around five weeks after the exam and, if you succeed, the TNT will deliver your diploma to your home.

- See more at: http://www.iamexpat.nl/read-and-discuss/career/articles/dutch-diploma-getting-through-the-staatsexamen-nt2#sthash.gtuqmLF7.dpuf