FCE – Exam Preparation

FCE – Exam Preparation


Hours per week:

Timetable: Morning shift 9.15-12.30 or Afternoon shift 13.15-16.30, Monday to Friday (please check availability)

Level: Upper Intermediate B2

Minimum age: 18

Max class size: 15 (in busy times up to 17 for a short periods of time)

Average class: Size 9-12

Start date: Any Monday

Length of course: Minimum 1 week

Options: Combinations possible with additional courses at similar level

Suitable for: All students and professionals

The course is 15 hours of lessons a week. Leading to the Cambridge First Certificate in English, this course teaches and practises English in the context of the five exam papers- Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening and Speaking. This course is for adult students who are at an upper–intermediate to advanced level, and who now wish to focus on increasing their accuracy and general competence in English and to prepare for an externally validated examination – the Cambridge First Certificate in English.

By the end of the FCE – Exam Preparation course you will be able to:

  • write various text types appropriate for the examination
  • read, understand and answer questions on the content of various text types
  • answer different types of grammar questions with confidence
  • handle the various sections of the oral test with confidence
  • understand English spoken by native speakers at natural speed and answer questions as required by the examination.

FCE webpage

Cambridge ESOL are the world’s leading range of certificates for learners of English. Each year, they are taken by over 1.75 million people, in 135 countries and are widely recognised for work and study purposes. The exams are linked to the Common European Framework, published by the Council of Europe. Cambridge ESOL provides a Special Arrangements service, for example for candidates with learning difficulties, hearing difficulties or visual difficulties. Cambridge ESOL exams are: FCE and BEC amongst others.

82.5% of our students achieve B2 level or higher on ESOL Exams

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