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This level provides high-level final qualification in the language. This level is referred to as an
advanced stage of proficiency, allowing professional activity in philology, translation and
interpreting, editing, journalism, diplomatic service and management in a Russian speaking
environment and is recognized as obligatory for receiving Bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D.
degrees in these fields of knowledge (except specialists' and Masters' of Art Degree in
Philology, for whom this examination is an intermediate stage). The Test includes five
components (subtests).
Reading Candidates are expected to be able to understand and interpret appropriately various
texts of cultural and business language nature, to read authentic texts and make elementary

text analysis. Candidates should show various reading skills including scanning and detailed
reading and be able to apply and combine these methods. There are four parts in the test,
giving a total of about 2500 words. There are 25 items. Task type: multiple choice.
Writing Candidates are expected to write their own versions of heard and read texts, to show
an ability to analyze the information (notes, reports, formal/informal letters). Prompt materials
(articles, brochures, advertisements, formal/informal letters, etc.) are offered. In addition,
candidates must write a composition of a descriptive, narrative or discursive nature (an article,
an essay, a letter). Texts are written for a specified purpose and target reader. Candidates must
complete three tasks: 1,2) to reproduce the heard text in a written form; 3) to write a
composition showing comprehension of the matter and expressing their own attitude to the
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Listening Candidates are expected to understand recorded texts both in general and specific
details, understand speakers' attitudes and evaluate the information heard). Texts take the
form of radio and TV features, extracts from fiction films, plays, public speeches, etc. There are
four parts and 25 items in the test: 1) short dialogue; 2) polylogue; 3) public speech; 4) artistic
speech (TV or radio feature). Task type: multiple choice (3-4 choices).
Speaking There are three parts of the test: 1) in this task the use of a tape recorder is essential.
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with an Examiner. Prompt materials (written and visual) are used by Examiners to guide and
stimulate the interaction; 3) interaction with an Examiner. Candidates are expected to support
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conversation with the aim of solving a conflict situation, to give and defend their opinions, to
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arguments in interaction. Candidates are tested by two Examiners (an Interlocutor and an
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tasks based partly on authentic texts taking into consideration the texts' stylistic coloring. The
test contains the following task types: multiple choice (3-4 choices), matching and text
reconstruction/completion/extension. The total number of items is 100.
Weighing of components All components are of equal value - 20% each.
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