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Ace Any Language Exam

Ace Any Language Exam

Introducing the 3 P’s strategy: Pedal, Preview, and Present.

Your search for finding a means to end your exam blues has brought you to this article, or maybe you are a curious internet bypassed who found this worth your click. Either way, allow me to introduce the trick to master any language exam, But first; let’s talk about why you want to clear the exam.


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All languages have a similar testing structure like the CEFR i.e. Common European Framework of Reference for Languages such as level A1 where the candidate is tested for simple structures like alphabets, counting, beginner’s grammar, and small conversation. Then the A2 level where the candidate displays the use of common expressions. The next level B1 and B2 are intermediate where the candidate can understand complex and abstract thoughts and has to describe everyday experiences with fluency. The last level C1 and C2 are where a candidate can understand with ease virtually everything.


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To get the desired result, the first step is Pedal. Pedal means active learning, or to put in plain terms learning by doing. In this phase, equal time is to be allotted to the four skills (reading, listening, writing, and speaking) and all the basics lessons are to be executed and incorporated into the daily tasks, for example, grammar and sentences learned do not make a conversation. You need to have a person as a shadow to practice those sentences and channel them into a productive conversation. In this phase, you learn, but understand the pattern of exams and prepare accordingly.


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In this stage, the candidate must understand the difference between broad and specific learning. In the previous phase, the learning was very broad spectrum as you learnt everything taught by your mentor, but in this phase, the learning has to be centric to exam preparation. Besides practicing specific learning, the candidate must understand the concept of the language. The candidate must make flashcards for exam topics to have a better grasp of the topics. To explain, the simple conversations that were done in the previous phase have alternative arguments and discussions that can be assessed.


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The last step is to Present. In this step, language learning is halted, and the energy is diverted to presenting oneself before the problem. An example to put it into perspective is the Speaking test. When you are asked a question in the speaking test, answer it based on your previous learning and present it optimally to achieve the parameters set in the question. This step is the most important as many candidates, despite excellent lessons cannot give preponderance to it and do not get the desired results. Never let the ‘What If’ get in the way of what you do. Best of Luck!!


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