telc B2 German Exam Munich
The telc B2 examination is particularly important for people who work in the public sector, in hospitals or in kindergartens. Medical professionals need the telc B2 examination as a basic requirement if they intend to work in Germany and therefore need to take the FSP.
All telc B2 German Exam Munich Dates at Alinguas for the coming months
At a Glance: telc B2 German Exam Munich
|Written Examination||2 hours, 20 minutes|
(vocabulary and grammar)
|Listening Comprehension||20 minutes|
|20 minutes preparation|
You didn’t pass one of the parts? Don’t worry. You only need to repeat one of the two parts. As often as you like, by the way.
If you would like to register for the telc B2 examination, please fill in the registration form or come to our language school in Munich.
Please transfer the examination fee immediately. You must bring a valid passport or identity card with you on the day of the examination.
If you fall ill on the day of the exam, please email us the medical certificate on the day of the exam. We will then only charge a cancellation fee of € 80.00 and will refund the remaining fee or credit it for you, for the next desired exam date.
Frequently asked questions about the Deutsch telc B2 examination in Munich
Can I take the Deutsch telc B2 exam online?
No! It is not possible to take the telc examination online! Online offers are untrustworthy! There is no option to take the telc examination online.
Do I have to take a course if I want to take the telc B2 examination?
You do not have to take a course if you want to take the telc examination. However, you should prepare very well so that you know the exam format well. You will get lots of tips and feedback in the preparation course. If you take the telc preparation course, you will be better prepared for the exam.
Where can I take the German telc B2 exam in Munich?
You can take the telc B2 exam in Munich at the examination centre Alinguas Sprachschule München. The examination centre is centrally located at Hohenzollernplatz, only 5 minutes from the central train station.
When is the next German telc B2 examination in Munich?
The next telc B2 exam in Munich is on the 9th and 11h of June 2022 at Alinguas.
How long is the telc B2 certificate valid?
The telc B1 certificate does not lose its validity. The certificate is therefore valid indefinitely. However, some institutions and employers require a certificate that is no more than two years old.
Which is better, Goethe or telc?
Goethe and telc B2 certificates are both recognised everywhere in Germany.
When and where can I register for the German telc B2 examination in Munich?
You can register for the telc B2 examination online or at our office (Hohenzollernplatz 5 in Munich). The registration deadline is always three weeks before the exam, but we can still register you up to 15 days before the exam for a late fee of 30,-€.
How often can I retake the telc B2 examination?
You can retake the telc B2 examination as often as you like.
How often is there a German telc B2 examination in Munich?
The telc B2 examination in Munich is held every month at Alinguas.
If I don’t pass the writing part of the telc B2 exam, can I only repeat this part?
If you do not pass the written part (reading, listening and writing), then you only have to repeat this part. You have two calendar years in which you do not have to take the oral part again. After that, you have to retake the entire exam.
If I only fail the speaking part of the B2 telc examination, do I have to take the whole telc examination again?
No, if you only fail the oral part, you only have to retake this part. You have two calendar years in which you do not have to take the written part again. After that, you will have to retake the entire examination.
How many points do I need to pass the telc B2 examination?
You need 60 % of the maximum number of points in both the written and the oral examination. That is 135 points in the Written Examination and 45 points in the Oral Examination.
Who needs the B2 examination?
The telc B2 examination is especially useful for people who work in the public sector, in hospitals or in kindergartens. Doctors need the telc B2 exam as a prerequisite if they plan to work in Germany and take the FSP.