Providing I pass the test, that is.
What I know of the test itself so far is very little. It will be a spoken test consisting partially of re-telling a couple of stories from some texts we were given over the last two weeks, and possibly some talking about ourselves (where we're from, what we do, etc.).
In yesterday's class, we were told to turn to a page in our books that had a page of text and read through it looking for anything we didn't understand. My first instinct when I opened to the page was to be overwhelmed and assume I wouldn't understand much.
I was actually completely floored by how much I did understand. A few words and phrases stumped me, but not really enough that I didn't get the context of the story. As disastrous as my previous attempts at learning Danish were, I really didn't expect to have much luck with this method either.
It feels pretty good to be wrong sometimes.
I certainly can't pick up a Danish newspaper and understand any of the stories yet, but the progress doesn't seem to be slowing at all.
In fact, providing I manage to pass the test on Wednesday, I move right onto module 2 the following Monday.
I'll spend the weekend cramming, and we'll see how it goes.