Test your German Language Level Online with my Placement Test

What level of German do you have? If you know your level, you can identify your strengths and areas for improvement and achieve your learning goals.

How does my German Placement Test work?

1. Free of Charge

2. Instant Results

Please read the Instructions carefully!

1. Read and Answer all the questions

2. Check your Results via Email

What language levels are there?

According to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, there are levels A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.

German Levels
A1 First Basic Language Skills (Elementary Language Use)
A2 Advanced Basic Language Skills (Elementary Language Use)
B1 Good Language Skills (Independent Use of Language)
B2 Fluent Language Skills (Independent Use of Language)
C1 Fluent to Business Fluent Language Skills (Competent Use of Language)
C2 Language Skills at Native Speaker Level (Competent Use of Language)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a placement test?

A placement test is a test that allows you to find out your current level of German. Like most free placement tests, it does not offer any certification. The test usually takes about 5-15 minutes. You will be tested on your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary.

Who should take this placement test?

This test is ideal for anyone interested in assessing their German language proficiency, whether for academic purposes, personal interest, or professional needs. It is particularly useful for students planning to enroll in German language courses who need to determine the right level to start from.

How does the placement test work?

The German placement test is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) to determine your level. The CEFR has seven different levels that determine your result. After you have taken the test, you will reach one of the seven levels, from beginner level (below A1) to the highest level (C2). You can use your results to get to know your strengths in German and focus on your areas of development.

Why is it useful to take a placement test?

If you are learning or starting to learn German, it is very important to take a placement test to find out your level, set your goals and learn German more effectively.

What level of German do I have?

The German level is determined in a placement test. The result is one of the following levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 or C2.

What happens after I complete the placement test?

Upon completion of the test, you will receive an immediate estimation of your German language level according to the CEFR. This allows you to identify your current proficiency from A1 (beginner) to C2 (mastery). After discovering your German language level, you can proceed further with live online sessions with Germanacharya for the upcoming level, enabling a more tailored and effective learning experience. This direct progression ensures you will gain confidence in your German language abilities as you prepare for the next stage of your language learning journey.

Interested in Learning German?

Dive into our German courses designed for every level – A1 for beginners to C2 for advanced learners. Uncover the language’s charm and build your skills at your own pace. Let’s make learning German a fun and rewarding journey together!

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