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Honor Your Students with National German Exam Awards

Tuesday, March 4, 2014   (1 Comments)
Posted by: AATG
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Over 20,000 students participated in the National German Exam this year, and your students’ involvement brings honor to your school, your district, and your German program. AATG offers multiple ways to recognize your students' achievement.

Free Downloadable Certificates. Recognize the accomplishment of all of your students with our free downloadable certificates. The certificates are available in color or black/white for all levels of achievement--just add each student's name, percentile score, exam level, and the school information and print!

Gold (for students who scored at or above the 90th percentile) Black/white

Silver (for students who scored between the 80th-89th percentile) Black/white

Bronze (for students who scored between the 70th-79th percentile) Black/white

Achievement (for students who scored between the 50th-69th percentile) Black/white

Participation certificate. Black/white

Certificate Seals. You can also honor your students' performance on the National German Exam with embossed metallic seals for their certificates. Simply affix the corresponding seal for each level of achievement--Participation, Achievement, Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Seals are available in the AATG store.

Honor the best with the NGE Medal. Recognize all your high-achieving students with the AATG Medal, a 2” diameter silver medal on a blue honor ribbon. The Medal is also available for purchase in our store.

Find out more about these awards, as well as frequently asked questions about the Study Trip Award, on the NGE Awards page.


Heather Fleming says...
Posted Thursday, May 10, 2018
Are the certificates no longer available?

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