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What are the Reading Section’s instructions?

The Bright Spanish test is a language test for testing prospective employees or students from around the world. It can be done online and lasts about 1 hour. The test can be conducted in a variety of languages including English, French, Spanish, Italian and German.

It assesses the Reading skills as well as the Listening skills.

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What is the aim of the reading test?

The Bright Reading section will assess how well you understand main ideas, attitudes and specific details in a sentence. The test will assess your level of vocabulary, grammar and Spanish reading comprehension.

What’s the structure and timing of the Spanish reading test?

For the reading section of the Bright test you will see sentences with missing words.  They could relate to a variety of different situations that might occur in a work or social setting. You need to select the correct word to complete the sentences from the choices given.

The Bright Spanish test is separated into two sections of listening and reading and they last 30 minutes each. Each module consists of 60 questions with a total of 120 questions.

What are the questions like?

An example question on the reading test might be as follows.

 Sentence: Ayer ____ macarrones con tomate y queso.

You would need to choose from these 4 possible answers.

A. comí

B. guardé

C. bebí

D. toma

Another example might be;

Sentence: Si tienes sed, bebe _____.

You would need to choose from these 4 possible answers.

A. del agua

B. la agua

C. el agua

D. agua

Answer the questions and move onto the next one. It’s as simple as that!

When do you get the results?

The scores are immediately announced after the test is completed and the scores range from 0 to 5. The results come in the form of a Pdf document.

What are some suggestions to do well in the Bright Spanish reading test?

Make sure you get plenty of sleep the night before the test.  Whilst reading, try and imagine what the situation is that the sentence refers to as it will help you to focus. Is it happening in a restaurant, at work or at home?

Read very carefully but keep an eye on the clock as you have only 30 seconds for each question. Time yourself answering similar questions before the test so you get a feel for how long you have got.

Don’t worry if there are some words you don’t understand – look for the key words that help you understand the general meaning of the sentence.  Read the choices of answer and decide which ones aren’t correct. The one that is left will be the correct answer.

Read the sentence carefully and try to predict what type of word is needed to fill the gap.  Is it an amount, a thing or an action? Are there any grammatical clues in the sentence that might help you guess the missing word? Look at the choices you have and see which one is closest to your prediction.

In the months before the test get plenty of Spanish reading and grammar practice by doing some online language tests. If you can’t find any Bright exam examples then try some other tests such as BULATS.

A general Spanish course covering grammar, vocabulary and reading skills would be very useful. Tailor made classes with a personal tutor would be an excellent way to practise. Make sure you explain what test you are going to do.

How can GlobalExam help me to prepare for the Bright Spanish test?

GlobalExam can help you prepare for the Bright Spanish Test by giving you plenty of practise. It is an online platform dedicated to test preparation in real exam conditions. Professional language experts regularly write new content to provide lots of training and practice opportunities. You can do reading and listening exercises for the Bright exam and get immediate feedback. You will be able to do full mock exams of the Bright Test under timed conditions.  You can review your results in the statistics section to see how you are doing  You can then improve any weak areas with the help of vocabulary and grammar study sheets!  Don’t waste any time. Sign up for the free trial version today and you’ll have more time to prepare for the Bright Spanish exam.