Cambridge English Exam Courses

Class size   Average 8 students (Maximum 12)

Start date   Any Monday

Hours   Standard Course 15 hours per week
Intensive Course 21 hours per week

Course Length   4 – 48 weeks

KET Pre-intermediate A1,A2
PET Intermediate B1
FCE Upper-Intermediate B2
CAE Advanced C1
CPE Proficiency C2

Minimum Age   18

Qualification   Certificate awarded by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations if you sit an exam.

Course Details   Cambridge ESOL exams are recognised around the world by employers, universities and other organisations as proof of ability to use English. The certificates never expire and do not need to be renewed. All tests examine the abilities of the general use of English, reading, writing, listening and speaking. Our Cambridge courses aim to give students direction and training in all 5 areas of the exams, focusing on language development combined with technique tips, assessment and advice from our teachers. By the end of the course students will have developed their general understanding of English and vocabulary. Depending on your existing level, you will be able to complete various stages of the Cambridge exam preparation courses at the college.


  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9.30 - 11.00 Introduction to new topic
Theme based Vocabulary/ Reading
Reading exam practice:
Gapped text -Discussing strategies
and practicing skills required
Exam Focus: Theme based Practice Listening Test Reading skills & Vocabulary development Timed Writing: (Practice Exam Questions)

Review of week's grammar & Vocabulary
11.30 - 1.00 Introduction to new topic
Theme based Vocabulary/ Reading
Writing exam practice:
Discussing strategies and
practicing skills required
Exam Focus: Theme based Practice Listening Test Extending Writing
Timed Reading: (Practice Exam Questions)

Aims & Objectives of week to follow
1.30 - 3.00 Vocabulary & Grammar collocations on a chosen topic Pronunciation & most useful grammar, vocabulary and functional language for tasks Exam Focus: Writing & structure development Listening
We use one main course book for each level (KET, PET, FCE, CAE, and CPE) and a number of other materials to help you practice the tasks and prepare effectively
Homework: Grammar & vocabulary exercises, extended writing & reading tasks, project work & revision of daily work & weekly test

End of Course   At the end of all of our Cambridge exam preparation courses students who have attended regularly receive a Cardiff Millennium College certificate detailing study dates and course completed.

Price   See our Dates & Fees Section

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