In June 2018, the results of CET-4 and CET-6 were announced today (22). Students can log in to China Education Examination network or China higher education student information network to query the results. Students who want to take the CET-6 oral test should pay attention to how many points have they passed in the written test before they can take the oral test? Come and have a look!
How many scores can I apply for CET-6 oral examination?
The written examination result is no longer regarded as the grade line of CET-4 and CET-6 oral examination, and all candidates who have completed the written examination registration are qualified for the oral examination.
Candidates are only qualified for the level 6 oral test in May after they apply for the level 6 written test in June; candidates are only qualified for the level 6 oral test in November after they apply for the level 6 written test in December.
It is suggested that the students who have the conditions should apply for the oral examination.
The first half of 2018 CET-4 and CET-6 scores query entry
1、 Student information network of higher education in China
1. Log in to xuexin.com and click the top right corner of the menu bar 'level 4 and 6 score checking' or directly enter the score checking page through the website（ http://www.chsi.com.cn/cet/ );
2. Enter the registration number of CET-4 and CET-6 and the candidate's name on the page, and click "query" to check the scores.
2、 Examination center of the Ministry of Education
1. Log in to the comprehensive inquiry network of the examination center of the Ministry of Education（ http://chaxun.neea.edu.cn/ ）Click "CET written test score query" in the left menu bar of the home page to enter the "CET 4 and CET 6" scoring page in June 2018;
2. Select the test item on the page, input the examination permit number, examinee name and verification code, and click "query" to check the score.
About one month after the announcement of CET-4 and CET-6 scores, colleges and universities have distributed CET-4 and CET-6 scores to everyone. The report card includes the total score of written test, and four single scores of listening, reading, comprehensive and writing;
The results of the oral test will not be reported on the score report. If you do not participate in the oral test, the column of the oral test on the score report will also be blank. That is to say, candidates with an oral test score of C or above will receive a report card containing both written and oral test results.