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Basic Civic Integration Examination Abroad

Greetings to all,

I would like to share with those who are preparing to take the exam but not aware that the questions are made public as per (Naar Nederland) site made it clear on website, which helped me alot along with some other supporting means below.

As of 18th of May 2017 the Speaking exam is made public. This means that all questions are available on this website. You can find the questions here.

Moreover, I know we could use the help and many are offering their services but this is how my road began:-

1) Mobile app named Doulingo this gave me a good start up boost with Dutch language.
2) I used Naar Nederland for the KNS part (Click Here).
3) I bought a package of 120 hours with (Dutchtutor) I only used 23 hours.
4) Practiced the Speaking part on youtube channle of (InburgerenRD)

Now after all the above and within two months time I was ready to make an appointment for my exam in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, and the exam is not that hard at all as I am 95% positive of my success, I took mine on 1st Nov and waiting for my results.

I hope you can find this post helpful and wishing everyone good luck in future.

Oh wow!!
Thank you so much for this info. I feel a little bit more prepared now. I am to sit my exam next month and I am almost done with my duolingo course. The KNS questions and answers are a lifesaver!! I have been using them but on YouTube. As well I'm using 50 languages for my pronunciation practise. I hope it all goes well.
Again thanks a bunch 😊

Glad I could help .. good luck with your exam .. invest this month into your studies and you will be just fine 👍

Your information helps. :)

I am also planning on doing my exam early now end of this month as me and my partner had a big plan in me visiting netherlands after i finish my exam and now that we know if i pass the exam and when IND process the MVV and TEV procedure im not allowed to be in netherlands till they finalise. we have changed our plans now and hopefully i would pass the exam.

We have paid the DUO and waiting for them to confirm the payment.

FIngers crossed!!

I am putting all the time that i have in learning. It only been almost 4 weeks that I have been learning but i am going pretty fast as I am putting all the time that i have for the exam. I am getting a bit bored of reading and listening to the naar netherlands workbook. do i really need to do it? or just focus on the questions that will be coming?

Thank you and best regards,
MM

KNS and Listening is ok still abit more practice on Speaking. I will focus on the speaking exam questions, i think that would be good as i dont have much of time now. Is the speaking part hard?

I will be going to the Dutch Embassy in Srilnaka end of this month to do my exam.

Thank you for all the info :)

MaldivianMermaid :

I am putting all the time that i have in learning. It only been almost 4 weeks that I have been learning but i am going pretty fast as I am putting all the time that i have for the exam. I am getting a bit bored of reading and listening to the naar netherlands workbook. do i really need to do it? or just focus on the questions that will be coming?

Alright sorry for the late reply, workbook is gonna teach you dutch vocabulary & basic grammers however to answer your question I say (Stick to the questions you have) but make sure to understand the questions and the question formula

MaldivianMermaid :

I think that would be good as i dont have much of time now. Is the speaking part hard?

I will be going to the Dutch Embassy in Srilnaka end of this month to do my exam.

No it is not hard at all IF you manage to understand the questions and have good set of vocabulary

do not sweat it

Just go through the question in part and re do it the next day and so on and then re do it all

You can do it MM

Good Luck

Thank you :) Im putting all the time and effort that I have on this. Fingers crossed! :)

Proost! :)

MM

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