The practice materials provided here will help the aspiring candidates in their
preparation for NAATI CCL Test.
The Urdu NAATI CCL Practice Material depicts dialogues that are
designed to assess a candidate’s proficiency in English and Urdu. The dialogues
provide experience to the candidates similar to the actual test.
You will hear two dialogues between an English speaker and an Urdu 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.
Record yourself while practising in order to assess your progress. Also, this will help
you get accustomed to talking while being recorded as in the actual exam.
Read academic articles and literature related to government, taxation, laws, health and
other areas that contribute to the social life of Australian society.
Make use of CCL Practice tests and mock tests to check your progress. Analyse your
performance so that you can make improve for the real test.