The Arabic International Proficiency Exam ‎

The exam goals:‎

  • The international proficiency exam of Arabic for non- native students aims to:‎
  • To measure the linguistic proficiency of Arabic in a standardized manner.‎
  • Building bridges of cultural and linguistic contacts with different people in the world.‎
  • Spread out the Arabic language through the world.‎
  • Encourage interest in the Arabic language, its learning and the demand on it.‎

The exam strategies:‎

  • The exam has various strategies such as:‎
  • The exam depends on common European reference framework for languages as a basic to ‎test applicants.‎
  • The exam divides language levels into six levels: A1, A2, B1, B2, c1, c2.‎
  • The student can apply to any level of the exam he wants.‎
  • Each exam is divided into four skills: understanding what you listen, understanding what is ‎written, Writing, communication and conversation.‎
  • The exam is held twice during the year at specific times to be announced, it is supervised by ‎a team of specialists
  • The results of the exam are announced during the month and a half of its performance.‎
  • The mark of success in the exam is 60%‎
  • If the student passes the level of the exam he applies to successfully, he will get a certificate ‎from an Najah national university – Palestine.‎

The exam’s procedures:‎

  • The party responsible for the exam determines the time to register and when it will be held.‎
  • ‎The student registers for this exam in a formal way and he takes a receipt of that at the level ‎he applies for.‎
  • ‎Students attend on the day of the exam, along with an identity card and the receipt.‎