Congratulations to the following German 1 students who took the rigorous, two-day National German Level 1 Exam in April. The results were announced May 17.
Although the students had not had any German in three and a half months, they still scored well on the national level. Congrats to Thomas Flynn, the winner of a Bronze Award, as well as Olivia Michaels, Addie Regis, and Ella Stultz who each received an Achievement Award.
The National German Exam is administered each year to over 20,000 high school students of German. The exam is comprised of 100 multiple-choice questions divided into two parts with 50 questions each. The listening and viewing portion is 40 minutes in length and consists of a series of short audio and video segments. The reading portion is 45 minutes in length and consists of a variety of print texts, including graphs and images. All materials used in the exam come from authentic resources.