Exam results released for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek Language 2022

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The results of the exams for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek language 2022 were released on Friday, 29 July after the completion of the evaluation and grading of all the candidates’ written and oral exams.

Individual candidates have access to their results through the webpage of the Centre for the Greek Language with the use of:

a. the code number of the exam centre,

b. the candidate’s registration code,

c. the candidate’s surname (as in the candidate’s card).

Rescoring of exam papers: Candidates who have not passed the exams may have their exam rescored by submitting a written request to the Centre for the Greek Language. Rescoring requests must be submitted by email at ellinomatheia@komvos.edu.gr by 31st August 2022. After submission of the request, the candidate will have to deposit 60€ to the bank account that will be given by CGL.  

All the above notifications can be found on this website.

All successful candidates will be informed about the Award Ceremony of the Certificates of Attainment in Greek Language, which will take place in early 2023.

The statistical data of the Exams for the Certificate of Attainment 2022 that took place at the Macquarie University in Sydney are the following:

LEVEL OF ATTAINMENTNUMBER OF CANDIDATESSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATESUNSUCCESSFUL CANDIDATESABSENT CANDIDATES
Α1282413
Α1+221534
Α221  1632
Β11411  12
Β23300
C10000
C22011
TOTAL:9069912

Dr Patricia Koromvokis stated: “In the Exams for the Certificate of Attainment 2022 that were held at Macquarie University, Sydney’s examination centre, we had 88% success rate of the overall number of the participants, a very good percentage in comparison to the global data.”

“My warmest congratulations to all the candidates who took part in the exams, to the parents who supported them and, of course, to all the teachers who effectively prepared the candidates for the exams!” Dr Koromvokis added.

“The Certificate of Attainment in Greek Language is a globally recognised title that proves the level of proficiency of its holder in the market and is considered a prerequisite for the practice of various professions in Greece. It enables to foreigners who hold a B2 level certificate to enrol in a Higher Education Institution in Greece.”

The Exams for the Certificate of Attainment 2023 will be held on 23-25 May at Macquarie University.

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