Dutch language testing to restart: one of a kind tests and eight dates every year

Dutch language testing to restart: one of a kind tests and eight dates every year

Language testing for individuals experiencing the official Dutch combination program will continue one month from now, education minister Ingrid van Engelshoven has affirmed.

Testing for the NT2 tests was put on hold in November in light of the fact that such huge numbers of parts of the papers wound up on line, leading delays for 4,000 test applicants.

So as to limit the danger of releases, eight dates will be chosen for the tests from March and they will never again happen each week. Furthermore, the tests will be unique, the minister said.

Two test periods covering the four sections in Programma I and II will happen before the summer, so that individuals who need a language qualification to go to college will almost certainly do as such, the minister said.

Other individuals who face issues since they have not passed the language test should contact DUO, the government agency responsible for the tests, the minister said.

Competitors who expected to pass the test to meet their integration (inburgering) criteria have had their due dates expanded likewise.

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