The Knowledge Qualification Board of Valencia (JQCV) has already registered more than 35,000 registrations in 2023 tests which starts this Saturday. Levels A1 and C1 start at 9 am and the remaining levels (A2, B2 and C2) start at 3 pm.
On the first day, the places of written understanding, oral comprehensionon linguistic and expressive structure e written interaction.
On the second day the place of oral expression and interaction which will take place on the following three Saturdays, October 21 and 28 and November 4. Applicants for official certificates should consult the JQCV website for the individual test schedule.
Before the oral test, each person will be able to check the notes in the areas of written comprehension, oral comprehension and linguistic structures, which were checked on the first day, the Generalitat showed in a statement.
The most demanding level
50% of the registrations correspond to level C1, almost 30% to C2, 12% to B2 and the remaining 8% will be examined at levels B1 and A2. People who accredit a B2 must be able to express themselves, orally and in writing, through clear and detailed texts, as well as defend a point of view that there are pros and cons.
The levels with the most demand are C1 and C2, two levels considered advanced in nature, because an “operational and effective” command of the language is required. In the case of C2, people attesting to this level indicate that, in addition to a “high understanding”there is communication “from spontaneity to precision, which goes through all the nuances of communication.”
Where will more people show up?
By provinces, that’s in Valencia has the most registrations, 56%, then Alicante with 26% and, finally, Castellón with the remaining 18%. However, Castellón is the province with a higher percentage for the most advanced levels C1 and C2, almost 35% for C2 and 50% for C1.
On the other hand, Alicante does not reach 75% of the enrollment between the two levels, 53% corresponds to C1. The province of Valencia has 49% enrolled in C1 and 31% in C2.
The cities with the highest enrollment percentage are Valencia (18%), Castelló de la Plana (5.8%), Alicante (5.5%), Torrent (5.4%), Xàtiva (4.5%), Elche (4.4% ) and Alzira ( 4%). The remaining areas fluctuate between 3.7% in Buñol and 2.2% in Villena.