Cambridge Exam Preparation
What are the Cambridge Exams?
Cambridge Exam Preparation is the other popular English Exam preparation course. The Cambridge exams are separated by level from lowest to highest: PET, FCE and CAE. Alternatively, students can prepare for the Cambridge Business Exams (BEC). Students might need to prove their level of English in the workplace. Therefore, Cambridge Business Exams offer are a great option. Additionally, Cambridge Exam Certificates never expire. Therefore, you will have proof of your English level for life. However, some institutions might not accept the certificate if it is “old” (that is, if it’s more than 2 years old).
Why should I take the Cambridge Exam Preparation Class?
Many universities or companies might require proof of your English level. Therefore, the Cambridge is widely accepted in most countries.
Our Cambridge Exam Preparation courses help you achieve success in any Cambridge exam. We do this by preparing you thoroughly in language awareness. Additionally, we focus on the skills through communicative activities and practice tests.
This short- or medium-term course is focused on preparing you for the FCE (First Certificate in English) and CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) exams so that you perform at your best on exam day to achieve the results you want.
The course aims to:
- develop the skills and techniques necessary
- study the language knowledge and functions required
- introduce the structure and demands of the FCE or CAE exams
- prepare you for exams with regular practice tests.
Our teachers follow a set syllabus. And, students follow along with a Cambridge Exam Preparation coursebook. However, the book changes every 10 weeks. Each week, students can expect to cover a range of topics and skills. Typically, students will study grammar, reading, writing and vocabulary on a weekly basis.
Cambridge Exam Preparation – FCE – Example Syllabus
|Part 6: Adventure Race||Part 3: Student Trips||Travel and adjective suffixes||Part 2: Life and Work||Past Simple vs. Past continuous|
|Part 7: Animal Attacks||Parts 3 + 4: Working with animals||Types of animal Species||Part 1: Animals||3rd Conditional|
Students can choose to study Cambridge Exam Preparation for as many hours per day as they like. Please see our course options below and decide how intensively you would like to study. Please note that if you need to apply for a student visa, you cannot study Standard (15 lessons). You must add a Booster class (13:45-14:30) in order to meet the minimum requirement of 15 hours per week.
Our Course Options
Please refer to our price list for specific information. Alternatively, you can email us with your information and desired course and we can provide you with a detailed quote.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions!
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