Part 1: Listening Comprehension
This first part consists of eight radio telephony dialogues between Pilots and Air Traffic Control. You will receive an answer sheet with three possible answers in multiple-choice format. You will hear each text twice and have 10 seconds each to choose the answer that correctly describes the situation you have heard. In order to pass and be admitted to the second part of the exam, you must answer at least six questions correctly. This first part takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes.
Part 2: Speaking Skills
In this second part, a dialogue is conducted between the examiner and the candidate. As a part of the exam you are also shown a picture of which you have to describe and answer a few questions. Further questions about experience and opinions are asked, in which it is not a question of one's knowledge of aviation, but of one's ability to express oneself in English. This part takes approximately 20 minutes.
Part 3: Additional Part for the determination of Level 6
The applicant prepares a presentation based on twelve keywords on a topic (with or without direct reference to aviation). The applicant speaks for about three minutes. Questions from the examiner are based flexibly on the content presented previously.