How to register to CILS B1 Cittadinanza Exam
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We are currently not accepting new registrations; please get in touch for further info by emailing us at email@example.com
If you are willing to sit the exam, please follow the steps below to register and secure your place.
1) Check availability with us
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure there are places left.
Due to the large number of requests we will give priority to students attending our preparatory courses.
2) Proceed with the bank transfer and pay £120
La Scuola Italiana a Londra
HSBC Notting Hill Gate
Sort code: 40-04-01
Account number: 52652374
Payment reference: CILS exam ‘level’ + date, i.e. CILS B1 exam 22/10
3) Once the payment is done, send an email to email@example.com including the following details:
– Full Name
– Place and Date of Birth
– Full Address
– Email address
– Telephone number
Please also attach a proof of ID (in PDF) and proof of payment (PDF receipt from your bank’s website stating your name and payment reference).
Confirm if you have ever attended a CILS Exam – if so, please provide us with your Matricola Number.
Are you ready to sit the exam?
Applicants at a B1 level should be able to communicate in daily situations (orally and in writing), to understand the main points of a clear standard input about familiar topics, to read and understand the general meaning and main information of linear texts about general topics.
In addition, they should be able to talk about daily topics, to describe experiences and events.
Every candidate will be asked to fill out a short questionnaire to assess their level.
Please note that this test won’t assess the oral production which is nonetheless part of the exam.
We highly encourage anyone willing to sit for the exam to attend a 5-week preparatory course, regardless of their level. The course is designed to consolidate knowledge and boost exam confidence, practising and improving exam techniques.