Exam Preparation

Exam Preparation

Being well prepared for your upcoming IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge and TOEIC exams is the key to success. No matter if you need a language proficiency certificate to enroll in school or apply for a job, getting the best score and professional help is easy with good exam preparation.

What is exam preparation?

Globally, more than 10,000 organizations trust IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC and Cambridge as assessmenta of your English language proficiency. So when you take the test, rest assure that it’s recognized by employers, schools and various organizations. As further proof of importance, governments of Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand also use some of these tests as a reference in processing immigration applications.

What is it like to take part in exam preparation?

IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge and TOEIC have been developed many years ago, by the world’s mot well know language assessment experts. They test a wide range of English skills needed either for your new job in an English-speaking country or if you wish to study abroad.

At the beginning of the course, instructors meet with students individually to set goals and carry out an assessment. Students are then able to track their progress through weekly practice exams and quizzes.

Many students know that English alone is not enough to prepare them for the these test. To succeed, students need specialised skills and strategies.

Focus in placed upon teaching effective exam techniques. Exam preparation course will cover some or all skills in:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Speaking and
  • Listening

Assessment, feedback and monitoring

Your teachers will monitor your progress to make sure that you are progressing at the correct rate. They will give you feedback and identify your strengths and weaknesses. Therefore you will know which areas you need to work harder on. You will also be assessed on your performance through assignments. A personalised reading plan, tutorials and a study plan will allow you to be in control of your learning. Throughout the course teachers will be working hard to keep you motivated and ensure that you have an enjoyable learning experience.

Exam Technique

Learn the exam skills you need to meet and surpass your required score. Using sample exams and authentic materials, you will learn how to effectively answer questions so that by the time you take the test, you will find there are no surprises. You will know the style of questions to expect and how to answer them.

What are the requirements for exam preparation?

Students get the most out of the exam preparation course if:

  • Their level is between Intermediate to Advanced.
  • They wish to enter university in a native English-speaking country.
  • They want an internationally recognised English qualification for your future profession.
  • They want better career opportunities.
  • They are serious about improving all areas of your English and gaining a highly respected qualification.

What are my options exam preparation?

Students can chose from the following exam preparation courses:

  • Cambridge ESOL and

How to apply for the exam preparation?

If you wish to receive information regarding the Exam Preparation fees, please Contact us.

In order to help the future candidates as much as possible, we gathered some useful that will help you budget your stay in Canada:

  • Medical insurance for duration of the program ($15 CAD / week)
  • Flight (depending on departure and arrival cities)
  • Airport Reception ($90 – $120 depending on city)
  • Accommodation ($700 – $850 CAD / month depending on meals, dorm, host family)
  • Transportation (monthly public transportation passes range from $80 – $150 CAD depending upon location)

Aside from the aforementioned services, Latitude International provides additional services including accommodation placement, airport reception, medical insurance and more. We are here to help you and advise you so please do not hesitate to ask us your questions!

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