This exam concludes module 5 of Danish Education 3.
Last entry: March 6
Written exam: May 16
Oral exam: June 12-23
Last entry: September 4
Written exam: November 14
Oral exam: December 4 to 15
If you are a student at Studieskolen, your teacher will help you register for The Danish 3 Examination in class.
If you are not a student at Studieskolen, you can register for The Danish 3 Examination at the bottom of this page.
Cancellation of the exam can take place until one week before the exam. The exam fee cannot be refunded after this. There will be a cancellation fee of 50 kr.
The exam consists of a written and an oral part.
1.The written part
contains both a test of reading comprehension and a written test.
- Reading comprehension takes 1 hour and 30 minutes and consists of two parts. You have to answer questions based on written material. To understand the material, you must have some knowledge of Danish society.
- The written test takes 2 hours and 30 minutes, and also consists of two parts. You have to write an informal letter/enquiry and a longer written assignment on a given topic.
2.The oral part
consists of a test of oral communication combined with listening comprehension. The test takes 15 minutes and is divided into two parts. The exam is taken individually.
- Part 1 consists of a presentation on an assigned topic and an interview which is related to the topic.
- Part 2 consists of a description of a situation and a follow-up interview
Exam grades and exam certificate?
The Danish 3 Examination is graded according to the 7 point grading scale.
If your grade average is 2 or higher, you have passed the exam. When we calculate your grade average, the oral communication grade has double weight.
We will issue an exam certificate after the oral examination. The certificate is ready 3 working days after the exam. You have to pick it up at Studieskolen yourself. Remember to bring photo ID.
Here you can find instructions for The Danish 3 Examination (only in Danish).
Here you can find examples of previous exams (only in Danish).