Passed, failed, half passed?
Quite simple in principle:
If you achieve at least 50% of the points in both the written and the oral examination, you have passed. There is no mark, for example a “good pass” or “just about” pass. All that counts is that you have passed. Then you will receive the coveted certificate of successful completion of the expert knowledge examination according to § 34a GewO as proof of expert knowledge. You are now a competent security guard and are allowed to carry out special guarding activities.
If you do not pass the written examinationyou will have to take the entire examination again and will not be admitted to the oral part of the examination. In this case, you will also have to pay the full examination fees again.
If you do not pass the oral examinationIf you have previously passed the written examination, you only have to repeat the oral part of the examination. Accordingly, the examination fees are only due again on a pro rata basis.
What should you do if you have passed the written part of the exam but not the oral part? Find out more here…