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10 tips for PET/First/Advanced! Good luck to all our students taking the exam!

  1. Sleep, eat and be on time!

  2. Listen to or speak some English before your oral exam.

  3. Avoid typical mistakes (simpatic=nice, camping=campsite, university career=degree)

  4. Study useful writing phrases before the exam.

  5. In writing, check you’ve answered the question and used paragraphs.

  6. Watch the time in the reading comprehension.

  7. Re-read the gap-fill listening to make sure it makes sense.

  8. For Use of English, go back at the end of the exam and read it again.

  9. Remember the word formation can be negative or adverbs (example: unsuccessfully).

  10. Try not to stress!

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