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There are many things you can do before an exam to help you prepare well for your exams.
Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day in your country? In the UK it’s the most romantic day of the year!
In this section we offer you advice on how to tackle lots of different types of task.
From ordinary student to YouTube star. How did Charlie McDonnell do it?
Unrequited love or just a misunderstanding? Will Deshi’s story have a happy ending?
Going to the abandoned house seems like harmless fun, but should Amy be worried?
Religion, shipwrecks and an enormous tiger called Richard Parker ... it’s all in The Life of Pi.
Giving an oral presentation as part of a speaking exam can be quite scary, but we're here to help you. Watch two students giving presentations and then read the tips carefully. Which tips do they follow? Which ones don’t they follow?
In some speaking exams you may have to tell a story that you make up or a true story about something that happened to you. This is sometimes called a personal anecdote.
Information gap activities can be difficult, but we have lots of tips to help you get top marks in this type of speaking exam. Watch the video first and then read the tips below.
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