A listening exam assesses your students’ ability to listen to, and to understand, an audio in English. It is an imperative part of many exams and can often seem quite daunting. We’ve prepared a few tips to help you prepare them and send them into the exam feeling more confident.
There are plenty of online resources and videos which give students advice on how to prepare for oral English exams and I have written a summary of the top ten tips. However, the main part of this post will be focused on how we as teachers can ensure that our students are prepared for, and are confident in, the skills needed to negotiate presentations and oral exams.
With exam season coming up, we take a look at how you can help your students prepare for reading exams. From knowing the exam basics, developing their reading skills and strategies, to ensuring they have some targeted exam practise. All this gives your students the best chance to perform well in their next reading exam.
As we head into exam season, it is worth doing a bit of exam training with your students.Exam technique will only take students so far, but if they are well-prepared, at least it means that you will be giving them the best chance to show what they can do. Today, we are going to focus on multiple-choice exam papers.