Sample AL-ARABIYYA-TEST Certificate
1. Profile Picture
There is always a photo of the examinee on the certificate. We would never issue a certificate without a photo. The photo is matched with the passport and the pictures we took during the Arabic exam.
2. Name & Birthday
This should match the data on the examinee’s passport.
3. Certificate Number
The certificate number (eg. AAT-A2-2023-2807-0001) contains:
AAT– which stands for AL-ARABIYYA-TEST
A2– The level of Arabic certificate according to CEFR. A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 or C2 can be part of the certificate number.
2023-2807– Followed by the exam date in YYYY-DDMM format, which can also be found in the line above.
-0001 as a floating number that counts the exams on the exam day.
Easily scan the QR-code with a smartphone or use the scanner above. If the QR-Code is valid it will redirect you to the details table of this specific certificate
The data on the detail page must match the data on the certificate. Most important is the url of the detail page. It must start exactly like the following
and is followed by 54 numbers, lowercase and uppercase letters.
The validity of the certificate is 2 years from the date of issue.