Norwegian Language Proficiency Test
A Norwegian language test applies to those whose native language is not Norwegian. The Norwegian language test has four parts:
- Reading (75 minutes)
- Listening (25–50 minutes)
- Written presentation (90 minutes for A1–A2 and A2–B1, 120 minutes for B1–B2)
- Oral test (20–30 minutes)
The reading and listening parts of the test are adaptive. This means that the tasks in the tests are adapted to your language level.
The written test has several tasks that you need to answer in writing. You need to select level A1–A2, A2–B1 or B1–B2 when registering for the test.
The oral test is divided into a conversation part and an individual part. You need to select level A1–A2, A2–B1 or B1–B2 when registering for the test.
A candidate can choose either level A1–A2, A2–B1 or B1–B2. However, test take can not do this for the reading test or the listening test.
Here is help guide to chose Norwegian language test level
You can take the Norwegian language test FOUR times in a year.
Register for Norwegian language test