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You can check your results here by entering your exam code and clicking ‘Send’.

The information below will help you understand the results you can see there. 

Irrespective of the level or type of exam, there are 4 possible outcomes of each Euroexam.


Successful complex exam

In the above case, you have satisfied the requirements of the exam and you will be receiving a complex language exam certificate.


Successful spoken exam

In the above case, you have satisfied the requirements of the spoken exam only and therefore you will be receiving a spoken language exam certificate only.

If you are aiming to achieve a complex exam, you will only have to register for a written exam. If you successfully obtain a certificate for the written exam as well, the two together will be recognised as a complex language exam certificate.


Successful written exam

In the above case, you have satisfied the requirements of the written exam only and therefore you will be receiving a spoken language exam certificate only.

If you are aiming to achieve a complex exam, you will only have to register for a spoken exam. If you successfully obtain a certificate for the spoken exam as well, the two together will be recognised as a complex language exam certificate.


Unsuccessful exam

In this case, you did not meet the requirements of the exam and you did not reach the minimum of 40% in each skill either, and therefore you will not be receiving any language exam certificate.

Important notes

There are four parts to the exam. Each part is worth 25% of the total combined marks, however the number of marks available for each part does not necessarily amount to 25. Where the number of marks in a given part is less than 25, the total will be converted in order to achieve the necessary weighting of 25%. For example, if one part has a total of 20 marks, each mark will be worth 1.25 marks (25/20) when the final calculations are made. The calculations are made without rounding (and with multiple decimal point accuracy), but the results are rounded up or down to the nearest integer. Where there is a discrepancy between subtest results and the overall exam results, this is due to aforementioned rounding and in such cases, the overall exam results are accurate and valid.

The pictures are illustrations only and the percentages are not representative of a successful exam!