So what exactly does the exam consist of? There are 4 parts; Reading and Use of English, Writing, Speaking and Listening. Here’s a quick guide to each part:
Use of English & Reading
1 hour 30 minutes in length and is in 8 parts;
Successful candidates will show that they are able to deal with different types of text with confidence and ease as well as use grammar and vocabulary correctly.
The Writing paper is 1 hour 30 minutes in length and is in 2 parts;
On this paper, candidates are expected to produce two separate writing tasks. The second task is much longer than the first and contains more points.
The Listening paper is 40 minutes long and has 4 sections;
The listening tests your ability to follow and understand normal social conversation, radio broadcasts, interviews and academic presentations.
The Speaking interview is 15 minutes long and students are tested in pairs.
The 4 parts to the interview test a candidate’s skills in effective speaking skills in everyday situations.
|Max Group Size||12|
|Hours Per Week||15 Hours (20 Lessons)|
|Progress||Regular testing, Individual tutorials|
|Course start date:||Mon 2nd July 2018 (4 weeks)|
|Written exams date:25th July 2018 (paper): 4th Aug 2018 (computer)|
|Course start date:||Mon 30th July 2018 (4 weeks)|
|Written exams date:Fri 24th August 2018 (paper)|
Who is this course for?
- For students who want to take an internationally recognised exam for work or study purposes
- For students who want to study intensively every day
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