This isn’t just another tips and tricks blog. It’s Savita
Suwal sharing her Success Story of how she cracked the NAATI CCL exam in just
30 days of preparation.
From being a small-time farmer’s daughter in Bagwati
Province of Nepal to being a Special Educator in one of the best Schools in
South Wales, Savita Suwal had come a long way. But the journey couldn’t be
complete without getting her PR. After all, for Savita, her family wouldn’t be
complete without the presence of her parents around her.
Being 2 points away from the desired PR points, Savita not
only gained 5 extra points by clearing her CCL test but also scored a whopping
Savita's success story motivated her to share a step-by-step
30-day process to help others clear the CCL test which we will be sharing with
you here today.
Oh! By the way, this might be a solid plan, but it still
requires regular focused practice.
Before we get to Savita’s gameplan, it is important to
understand the uniqueness and significance of the NAATI CCL test.
Savita discovered that the test focuses on assessing
language skills, but with a twist! It evaluates your abilities in both English
and another language within a community context (LOTE).
CCL is not just about fluency; it's about your capacity to
navigate and communicate effectively within a language and its associated
For aspiring permanent residents of Australia like Savita
and you, the CCL test can be a game-changer.
It grants an additional 5 bonus points for the immigration
process, which can make all the difference.
Crafting your 30-Day Study Plan:
Savita's Winning Strategy
Week 1: Introduction and Understanding
Begin by familiarising yourself with the format of the NAATI
CCL exam. This understanding will enable you to strategize your study plan
Savita emphasises spending time comprehending the context of
the dialogues. Each dialogue in the exam is based on scenarios from Australian
society, so being aware of these situations is critical.
Week 2: Study and Learn
Week 2 of your preparation must be focused on building your
base, i.e., learning vocabulary and phrases specific to the context you'll
encounter in the exam.
Savita feels that this tremendously helped her understand
both languages at the same pace and also boosted her ability to think and
answer in no time.
So, regularly revise the newly learned phrases and vocabulary to reinforce your understanding.
Week 3: Practice and Application
Utilise the CCL practice tests and NAATI CCL practice
materials available online to put into practice what you've learned.
Savita mostly used our CCL Tutorials Exam Practice app for
her practice and learning. Since it’s free, you can use it for your CCL exam preparation too!
Week 4: Review and Mock Tests
Take the time to revise and review the content you've
learned. Pay special attention to areas that you find challenging.
Attempt a CCL mock test to gain a better understanding of
the exam scenario and assess your performance.
Always analyse your performance to identify your strengths
and weaknesses and measure them as well. This analysis can gauge where you stand in terms of readiness and guide your further preparation accordingly.
Day 29 and 30: Savita’s Special
“The last two days are just for ‘rest’ and ‘relaxation’”
So, on day 29, refrain from learning anything new. Instead,
lightly review the material you've already covered.
On the final day, ensure you get plenty of rest. Enter the
exam feeling refreshed and relaxed, ready to showcase your skills.
- Focused Learning:Concentrate on dialogues and vocabulary
related to the Australian community context. It's crucial to understand
and use them effectively.
- Frequent Practice: Regularly take a CCL online test and make
use of NAATI CCL online coaching if needed. The more you practise, the
more familiar you become with the exam format.
- Time Management: The NAATI CCL test has strict timing.
Practising with the timer will help you manage your time effectively
during the actual exam.
- Performance Analysis: Use the feedback from your CCL test
online to identify areas you need to improve. Dedicate your subsequent
study sessions to working on these areas.
- Stay Updated: Keep an eye on the official NAATI website for
any updates regarding the NAATI CCL online test.
Savita's journey with CCL Tutorials and her dedication to
following these techniques paid off. She successfully cracked the NAATI CCL
exam in just 30 days and achieved her PR goals.
Now, it's your turn to embark on your own path to success.
Savita's guide, combined with your hard work, will be a
game-changer in acing your exam. But always keep in mind that success comes
from truly grasping the concepts, putting in those practice hours, and staying
CCL Tutorials has been instrumental in helping test-takers
achieve a 100% success rate, and we are ready to assist you as well.
Our tutors and their expertise have helped us get thousands
of such success-stories and we would love to share them with you!
So, with Savita as an inspiration and CCL Tutorials as your
support system, best of luck on your NAATI CCL journey.
Remember, you've got this, and success is within your reach!
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