As we mentioned in our previous post on improving your reading skills, at the C1 Advanced level, you should be able to understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics. This also applies to the CAE listening, the difference being in this form the texts are spoken and not on … Continued
CAE Exam Preparation
By the time you get to an advanced level, you should be able to understand the main ideas of complex texts on both concrete and abstract topics. However, in the Cambridge Advanced exam you will be asked to understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts and recognise their implicit meaning.
Without proper preparation and plenty of practice, the Use of English questions in the Cambridge Advanced (CAE) exam can be tricky, even for native speakers. You will need to work on your technique, as well as expand the range of language you use to get good marks. Here are some of our favourite tips to … Continued
Students arriving at a C1 level should have little difficulty in expressing themselves while speaking. C1 students should also make very few spoken errors, especially when using the basic structures and lexis. However, even with accurate control of grammar and vocabulary, students may not get the marks you desire in the Cambridge Advanced (CAE) Speaking … Continued
“Why am I not getting a higher score in my CAE Writing exam even though I make very few mistakes?” This can be a common complaint from Cambridge Advanced students when you find that you are not getting such good marks in the Writing paper. Well, how can you get better marks?