KET / PET

Who are these courses designed for?

MLS is able to offer different kinds of English Language Examination courses to suit your individual needs. There are many examinations available, so it is important that you find the right exam for you.

MLS can offer you an examination counselling service to help you decide which exam is right for your level and which qualification will be the most useful. Our experienced Examination Officer will meet with you on a one to one basis and help you make the right decisions. She will also guide you through the whole application process.

 

K.E.T (Key English Test) is an Elementary to Pre-Intermediate Cambridge exam. You will follow a General English course with exam tutorials which will give you the language skills necessary to complete the following exam focused tasks:

Reading: You will develop your general reading skills which will enable you to read and understand texts such as signs, brochures and simple newspaper/magazine articles.

Writing: You will develop your general grammar and structure skills which will enable you to complete gaps in simple sentences and create short pieces of writing.

Listening: You will develop your general listening skills which will enable you to understand announcements and follow reasonably slow paced speech.

Speaking: You will develop your general speaking skills which will enable you to ask and answer simple questions and take part in basic conversations about every day life.

The General English courses will prepare you for the KET (Key English Test) and PET (Preliminary English Test) examinations. In addition, you will receive tutorials with the MLS Examinations Officer who will give you specific advice and counselling for the relevant exam. 

 

P.E.T (Preliminary English Test) is a Pre- Intermediate to Intermediate Cambridge exam. You will follow a General English course with exam tutorials which will give you the language skills necessary to complete the following exam focused tasks:

Reading: You will develop your general reading skills which will enable you to understand the main points of texts such as signs, journals and articles.

Writing: You will develop your general writing skills which will enable you to write short messages, stories and letters. You will also learn formal and informal styles of written English.

Listening: You will develop your general listening skills which will enable you to understand different speakers making announcements and talking about every day life situations. You will also learn to interpret the attitude and feelings of different speakers.

Speaking: You will develop your general speaking skills which will enable you to talk about your likes and dislikes, ask and answer questions and take part in conversations about every day life.