Resit Level 2 in Wines
Candidates may apply to resit the examination if they failed or did not attend the examination.There is no limit on the number of attempts to resit the examinations. Candidates who have passed the examinations are not allowed to resit to improve their grade.
The examination for the WSET Level 2 Certification is a closed-book assessment comprised of:
- 50 multiple-choice questions to be completed in 60 minutes.
Successful performance at this Qualification Level requires a minimum mark of 55%. Candidates should answer correctly at least 28 questions.
- The language of examination will be Greek. In case you wish to sit the examination in the English language, you should declare it when requested.
Read more about the WSET Level 2 in Wines exams here
- Once the deadline has passed no applications will be accepted.
- Choose only one exam center and only one examination date. You will be informed of the exact exam time and venue of the exam center via email.
- Once the deadline has passed no change on already selected date and/or exam center is possible.
- If you have not registered, you will sit the exam in a later exam date.
- Send this form as many times as the Study Levels you wish to be examined.
- WSPC maintains the right to alter or renew the exams. Exam programme changes will occur if the necessary number of participants is not reached.
ATHENS – Friday 20 October 2023 (Registration Deadline: 29/9/23), ATHENS – Monday 4 December 2023 (Registration Deadline: 13/11/23, HERAKLION – Tuesday 12 December 2023 (Registration Deadline: 17/11/23), PATRA – Wednesday 15 November 2023 (Registration Deadline: 20/10/23), THESSALONIKI- Thursday 7 December 2023 (Registration Deadline: 17/11/23)
Entrance is permitted only:
- With Id or Valid Passport.
- WSPC is subject to educational and health protocols. Therefore, enrollment in all in-person programs applies to students who meet the requirements, as mandated by the Public Health authorities.
- With the demonstration of the Rapid Negative Result Confirmation or PCR-molecular test (for those who have not yet being vaccinated) carried out up to 48 hours before the examination. In this case you should have with you the medical report from the microbiological laboratory of the negative result.