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Pre–sessional English courses are specifically designed to develop and upgrade the English language for students who do not speak the language as their first tongue. These professional English courses are conducted before the main course at the university so that the students can be prepared for the intensive and challenging nature of teaching by the experienced professors.
The curriculum of the language course is determined by:
These courses are delivered by professional English – speaking professors who have experience teaching international students. A number of Universities have contracts with us to provide the pre-sessional courses in English for university level and train their upcoming batches of students.
It may be intensive and obscure for many students as they have to be fluent in academic English in just a space of few weeks. Nevertheless, passing the course with flying colors is no rocket science and it can happen with consistency in combined efforts to learn the language and knowing what the examination asks.
Once you enroll to the English language school, you receive a lot of resources like textbooks, portals and CD’s where one can read further, take up tests and analyze their progress. Make complete use of such resources throughout and even after the course.
This is the best way to learn a language. When got a chance, communicate with native speakers in English. Hearing their vocabulary and sentence formations can help you tune your speaking skills accordingly.
Do not shy away from reading difficult literature. Read at least 20 pages a day. Note down all the words you do not know and find out their meanings.
The pre-sessional course will want you to write essays. So in order to get the habit of writing, describe everything you have read that day or even experienced, in a book.
1- Listen to Podcasts and other English Videos.
Try to understand their accent without using subtitles.
2- Go through the exam content
Review the pattern of their exams and put focus on specific topics accordingly. Practice as many sample papers you can get.
3- Manage Time.
On the D-day, it’s all about matching accuracy with speed. Do homework on how much time you can spend on each section and practice full question papers with a timer.
Every University offers different pre-sessional on the basis of your IELTS scores. Make sure you know which course to apply for and what scores to get to start the main course.
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