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Creating a new thread. Currently I am waiting for result, written the exam on 16th Jan, 2020 - Melbourne. Language was Bangla. Anyone from the same batch? Got your result yet?

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Update, I have received the result today exactly after one month. Passed, relieved.

I thought of writing a brief of my personal experience to capture important details about the journey. It might help others in future.

Preparation: In my view broadly two aspects: 1) Vocabulary, 2) Practice

Vocabulary: I listened to all samples from CCL official site, all languages! Obviously didn't understand LOTE but gleaned all the keywords from English section from all samples. I downloaded CCL Tutorials app and added list of words to my list. Thirdly, I have searched some Telegram groups (search with CCL) for materials. Added keyword if there were any missing. This was the final list that I had. Then took the pain of translating each words into LOTE (in my case it was Bangla). I translated myself because in the process I went through them, thought about them and so that it would come naturally during the exam.

Practice: For all the official samples, tried to think what would be challenging during exam. Took the mock tests from CCL Tutorials app, understood note taking is the key. Used a vertical line method (left English / right LOTE). For a segment, for a sentence - I tried to make sure I took the key info down.

Exam experience: You can do self correction as many times you want. But that should not be a hesitation. Say a clear statement like "sorry, I will correct that and say it again" or simply "sorry, correction". For repeat of segment, one per dialogue is without penalty. These things will be clarified in pre exam briefing session anyway, so no worries. I will stress on mistakes I did so that people can relax a bit and understand there is room for error. You can pass even if you make some mistakes.

Mistakes I did: I was a little tensed. I was translating in a jet speed. I missed translating English to LOTE about 2/3 words. Said those words in English (same language) instead. For both dialogues, I missed translating one sentence (English) completely. For the LOTE to English, I probably translated it 100% though. This was my strong area. Now after the exam, I thought even if 1 mark is deducted per mistake I would still be fine given the pass mark threshold.

Suggestion: In my view, accuracy is the most important thing. Hence note taking is the most critical part. No need to hurry, you have plenty of time. Just don't wait more than 5 seconds to speak once you hear the chime. You need to have a standard pace/fluency. This shows that you have control on both languages. It is better if you sound natural speaker of the language. Lastly you have to be backed by a good vocabulary list but that is not the only thing. More important is to practice and not missing any key information.

Waiting for the result: It took one whole month for me to get the result while some got in 6 days. In the fourth week, some speculation damaged my balance and I got a bit too worried about the delay. As suggested by experienced folks elsewhere, no need to panic if there's a delay. Just relax and see a little Netflix whatever diverts your mind.

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