Candidates may apply to take a complex exam or a written or oral partial exam. Certificates are awarded to those candidates who are successful on a complex or partial exam.
The candidate is successful on an oral partial exam if he/she achieves at least 40% of the total score on both the listening comprehension test and the oral exam, and if the average of the two parts is a minimum of 60%.
A written partial exam is successful if the candidate achieves at least 40% of the total score in both the reading comprehension and the writing test, and if the average of the two parts is a minimum of 60%.
A complex exam is successful if the candidate achieves a minimum of 40% in each parts of the exam (reading comprehension, written communication, listening comprehension and oral communication), and the average of the four parts of the exam is a minimum of 60%. If the candidate is only successful on the written or oral partial exam, he/she receives a certificate verifying that they have passed a partial exam