Riga State German Grammar School

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Exam in A2/B1 level (DSD 1) consists of four parts:

  • Part 1 reading comprehension. 5 parts; total 60 minutes;
  • Part 2 listening comprehension.5 parts; total 40 minutes;
  • Part 3 writing communication. Text output; 75 minutes;
  • Part 4 is verbal communication. 15 minutes.

Exam in B2/C1 level (DSD 2) consists of four parts;

  • Part 1 reading comprehension. 4 parts; total 75 minutes;
  • Part 2 listening comprehension. 3 parts; 40 minutes;
  • Part 3 writing communication, text output; 120 minutes;
  • Part 4 verbal communication; 20 minutes of preparation time, 20 minutes examining time.

 In each part you can earn maximum 24 points.

The exam is taken as A1/B2 level. All levels achieved in the exam are presented separately. You can receive a DSD 1 diploma if you reach B1 level in all parts. If you get at least A2 level in all parts, but you do not get B2 level, you will receive a DSD 2 diploma.
To pass the exam at a level B2/C1. All levels achieved in the exam are presented separately. You can receive DSD 2 diploma if you reach level B2 in all parts.
The minimum number of points given to each part of the exam is 8.

To achieve the highest number of points you must earn:

  • 14 points in reading comprehension,
  • 14 points in listening comprehension,
  • 12 points in writing communication,
  • 12 points in verbal communication.

An exam in level B2/C1 students can take if:

  • 11th  grade overall study year band in German is not less than "6",
  • The selection work in April-May is passed successfully.

Selection work may take those 11th and 12th  grade students who want to pass international German language exam in 12th  grade.

Construction of selection work:

For grade 10:

  • listening comprehension
  • reading comprehension
  • use of language (grammar)

For grade 11:

  • listening comprehension
  • reading comprehension
  • writing communication