Danish Exam 2
The Danish Exam 2 is the conclusion of Danish Course 2.
The exam is held twice a year: in May/June and November/December. The exam consists of a written and an oral part, and both must be completed in the same exam period.
We do not organise make-up examinations for students who have been ill.
You must submit a topic in advance of the oral test. The topic must be personal and relate to Denmark. You must submit it to the exam venue no later than 15 business days before the start of the oral exam period.
You must register no later than 10 weeks before the date of the written exam.
For both the written and the oral exam, you must bring photo identification in the form of:
- A passport, residence permit, foreign passport, convention passport or a driver’s licence issued by a Danish authority
- A passport, identity card or driving licence issued by a public authority in an EU/EEA country or in Switzerland
- A passport issued by a public authority in a country other than those named in Points 1 and 2, on which a residence sticker or visa has been attached for a Schengen country
Failure to produce photo identification will result in rejection, and you will not be able to sit the test.
If you are handicapped or dyslexic, you must inform us of this when you register. We will contact you with details of the kind of help we can provide, what proof we need and what you need to do to get help.
Written tests take place either at our Glostrup branch at Skolevej 6 or in premises near the school. We send out letters with details of times and venues prior to the written and oral test.
Remember to bring dictionaries and, if necessary, food and drink to the written exam.
The exam period for the oral part is announced by the Ministry. You must make sure that you are available for the whole period.
You can read more on the website of the Ministry for Children, Education and Gender Equality here
You can see examples of previous exams here
You can sign up and pay for the exam here