English Hindi

A candidate’s ability to act as a channel of communication between two speakers who speak different languages is assessed in NAATI CCL Test. As a part of certain point-based Australian Immigration Visa applications, a candidate is awarded five bonus points on passing the CCL Test.

Hindi – a widely spoken language across the globe – is accepted as one of the LOTE (Language Other Than English) for Credentialed Community Language (CCL) Assessment Test.

If candidate chooses ‘Hindi’ as his/her preferred language or LOTE for the NAATI CCL Test, it is essential that he/she has a high level of competency in both – English as well as Hindi. It also demands to have a wide range of vocabulary and proper understanding of both the languages. Only then can a candidate achieve the required score and earn CCL points.

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Hindi Naati CCL Test

Hindi NAATI CCL Practice Material

The practice materials provided here will prove beneficial in preparing for the NAATI CCL Test. These materials give an idea of the actual test.

These practice materials consist of dialogues that reflect exactly what a candidate experiences in the actual CCL Test. The instructions for the test read as -

You will hear two dialogues between an English speaker and a Hindi speaker. You are required to interpret into the other language what each speaker says. As soon as each speaker finishes a segment, you hear this signal (chime). You may take notes if you wish. You should begin interpreting only a few seconds after you hear the signal.

Quick Tips to Practice

Pick up literature related to government, laws, taxation, health, education & the real-life scenarios that contribute to the social life of Australian society and try to learn as much terminologies as possible.

Prepare by recording your responses. Listen to them and analyse how well you convey the meaning. Also, keep a check on the clarity of your language.

Read magazines and newspapers in both the languages so as to develop same level of competency.