Q : Can I prepare for
Cambridge First Certificate?
A: It depends on your
level. To be able to pass Cambridge First Certificate (FCE), you have to
be at a good Upper Intermediate level in all skills. Very often, students
have a better level in one or two skills, for example, after living in the
UK for 6 months, many students have good listening ability. However,
unless you are equally good at speaking, reading and writing, as well as
accurate in your grammar, you will not be able to pass FCE. If you test at
Upper Intermediate level, your teacher will advise you about whether you
are ready to apply for the FCE exam. If you test at a lower level, it is
too soon to prepare for FCE.
Q: Can I do a
A: At the moment, no. Very
few students are true beginners, and when people estimate their own
English level, they often guess they are at a lower level than they really
are. Our courses are aimed at the most popular levels, Intermediate and
Upper Intermediate. We also have courses for Pre-Intermediate or Advanced
students, but these groups are often smaller.
Q: Will I get a
certificate at the end of the course?
A: If you attend at least
80% of the course, you’ll get a certificate of completion. You’ll also get
a written record of your achievement at the end of the course. This can be
useful if you take another course later on.