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Examination results for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek 2019 are now available for access. Individual candidates can access their results through the Centre for the Greek Language website by providing:
a. the code number of the examination centre
b. the candidate’s registration code
c. the candidate’s surname.
Candidates who have not passed the exams may have their exam re-scored by submitting a written request to the Centre for the Greek Language (CGL). Re-scoring requests must be submitted by email at email@example.com by 30 August 2019. After submission of the request, the candidate will have to deposit 60€ to the bank account that will be given by CGL. For more information, please visit the CGL website.
The attached charts here depict the overall results for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek 2019 and show a high success result rate of 85%. The A1, B2 and C2 levels, in particular, had a commendable 100% success rate.
Statistics source: CAG, Sydney Examination Centre.
For more information, please contact the CAG Sydney Examination Centre at
The Languages and Culture team, in collaboration with NSW School of Languages, has a organised a workshop for Stage 6 language teachers to introduce the new Extension course prescriptions for 2020-2024 and the related support materials developed by the NSW Department of Education. Teachers will also work in language-specific groups to develop supplementary support.
Date: Monday 19 August 2019
Venue: NSW School of Languages, 35 West St, Petersham NSW 2049
To enrol, search for course code NR26219 on MyPL. When you receive the enrolment confirmation email from MyPL, it will give you a link to a Google Form. Please complete ithis form to assist us with the organisation of the language specific resources.
Please note: This workshop is for NSW Department of Education teachers only. There is no cost to attend.
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