You want to evaluate your German skills?
Placement tests can help you with that!
We've listed the best free placement tests so you can
get a realistic and unbiased assessment of your language competencies.
The placement tests are based on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and test your skills in all areas.
Test yourself now and to get an accurate idea of your German skills!
The best free online learning resources:
Goethe-Institut - Comprehensive Placement Test
This excellent placement test from the Goethe-Institut consists of 30 questions and should take you about 15-20 minutes. The test focuses on reading comprehension as well as grammar and vocabulary questions.
Sprachtest.de - High-Quality Test in 15 Minutes
This test sets itself apart with a variety of different interactive questions, including questions that test listening comprehension. This test is based on the Central European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Goethe-Institut - Tests from A1-C2
The online practice exams from the Goethe-Institut provide a good opportunity to get a realistic assessment of your language skills. You are able to choose at which level you would like to test yourself.
Cornelsen - Comprehensive Test
With many different audio recordings and illustrations, this test assesses your language skills. The resulting evaluation is based on the Central European Framework of Reference for Languages.
Klett - Choose Your Level
This short but high-quality language test uses various tasks to assess your language skill, including listening comprehension. Scroll down on the page until "Deutsch als Fremdsprache", then choose your level and begin the test.
Transparent Language - 50 Questions including Reading
This multiple choice test consists of 50 questions and will give you an initial evaluation of your language level. Among other skills, your reading comprehension will be tested.
Forum DaF - Fill in the Blanks
This language test evaluates your ability to read and comprehend an entire text. By reading the context, you should recognise which words to fill in the blanks.
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