• To replace May 2020 testing period the examination will take place at the facilities of Archimedean Academy on the 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th of October 2020
  • Candidates will not be allowed to participate if testing fees have not been paid prior to the testing dates.
  • Checks should be made out to Archimedean Academy and mailed to 12425 SW 72nd st. Miami FL 33183.
  • You may also pay via credit card.
  • Fillable Credit card authorization (Here)
A1 13-Oct-20 $85.00
A2 14-Oct-20 $105.00
B1 15-Oct-20 $105.00
B2 16-Oct-20 $115.00
G1 14-Oct-20 $115.00
G2 13-Oct-20 $115.00
Application period is now closed

ARCHIMEDEAN ACADEMY (10007) TESTING CENTER: Greek Language Testing Schedule October 2020
LOCATION:  12425 SW 72nd st., Miami, FL 33183, Building B


LEVELOct 13, 2020Oct 14, 2020Oct 15, 2020Oct 16, 2020
Starting TimeStarting TimeStarting TimeStarting Time
A1 (Children)9:00 a.m.
A1 (teenagers-adults)9:00 a.m.
A29:00 a.m.
B19:00 a.m.
B29:00 a.m.
Γ19:00 a.m.
Γ29:00 a.m.
  • Oral Examinations will start after the written testing. Time will be Announced.
  • Assigned Classrooms per level will be posted at the Testing Center’s Site.
  • Students must have with them: Student picture Id, Water bottle, blue or black pens, pencil, eraser, and optional personal sanitizer and gloves.
  • All students must wear face masks
  • To participate candidates must bring with them a check or the school credit card authorization form signed, in the amount corresponding to the participation level.
  • Checks must be made out to Archimedean Academy and indicate the name of the candidate in the memo area.


Archimedean Academy  is functioning as an examination center for the Certificate of Attainment in Modern Greek. A certificate is issued for successful candidates at four levels, A, B, C, and D. The examination covers all four language skills, i.e., candidates are examined in Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.

The certificate of Attainment in Greek

  • offers a standardized assessment of proficiency
  • satisfies proficiency requirements for the practice of various professions in Greece, and EU
  • a level C allows foreigners who do not possess a Greek secondary education,  to register at a Greek institution of higher education
  • a level D allows citizens of European Union member states to prove complete knowledge and fluent use of the Greek language.
  • is equivalent to the English “Lower” and “Proficiency” diplomas of the University of  Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, and the University of Michigan.

The examination for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek is  administered worldwide through the University of Thessaloniki and the Centre of Greek Language on behalf of the Greek  Ministry of Education. The examinations  are held in mid-May  at  Archimedean Academy.  Dates for the examination and the submission of applications to participate in the examination are announced to examination centers and all those interested at the beginning of each academic year. The dates are common to all examination centers worldwide.

Successful candidates at each level will receive an official Certificate of Attainment in Modern Greek. The Certificate can be a valuable asset for university students who are trying to fulfill a second language requirement and for  those seeking employment with European or other international companies.

Anyone wishing to participate in the examination must fill out the relevant application and pay the relevant, non-refundable,  examination fee, specified each year by the Centre for the Greek Language. Eligible candidates must be at least 12 years old on the examination date. Applicants must provide the following:

1.       The application form, bearing the candidate’s name, as it appears on valid ID (passport, driver’s license etc.).

2.       The completed questionnaire (provided with application).

3.        Copy of a valid photo id (passport, driver’s licence).

4.       Non-refundable check, payable to  Archimedean Academy,  with the appropriate fees.

Candidates may be tested at various levels, and should indicate which level they desire. For those interested, preparatory classes will be offered.

For more information, application forms, or inquiries, please contact  Mr. Demetres Bardoutsos at: [email protected], or 305-279-6572.


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