The Cambridge Exam Preparation program is a ten or twelve week course designed to develop the specific language skills of students preparing to take a Cambridge Examination. This program targets the Reading, Writing, Use of English (grammar component), Listening and Speaking competencies that are required to successfully complete the 5 examination papers involved in the Cambridge exams.
The course provides practical guidance in the development and
application of linguistic skills relevant to the examination
requirements including vocabulary, grammar, text production and
analysis, listening and speaking. Weekly practice tests based on
FCE past papers provide an assessable framework to effectively
gauge student progress. In-class follow-up activities encourage
students to cultivate self-assessment skills to monitor and refine
their own development.
The First Certificate in English (FCE) is an upper intermediate level exam and it is one of the most popular of all the Cambridge tests. It tests the ability to deal confidently with a range of written and spoken communications. A positive result on this exam could also be useful in higher education in many situations.
Choose the FCE Preparation Course at APC to improve your English for these reasons, with a particular focus on the skills and strategies required to pass the FCE examination.
The First Certificate in English program is designed to provide comprehensive, practical experience in the range of skills necessary to successfully complete the Cambridge FCE examination. The course is structured around a weekly skills focus which gives intensive practice in the requisite competencies for each of the five FCE exam modules. In conjunction with Integrated Core Skills from the five modules the course builds incrementally to equip students for every aspect of the FCE examination requirements.
Students will be assessed through class tasks and FCE practice tests.
For a free assessment of your level of English please go to:
Please note If you fail your Cambridge Pre-Arrival test, you will be placed in the General English course prior to starting your Cambridge Exam Preparation Course. The length of the General English course will be determined based on your Cambridge Pre-Arrival Test results