USE (ЕГЭ) Preparation Course
Learn how to pass the Unified State Exam in English!
The USE (ЕГЭ) Preparation Course is a very high caliber course designed by professionals in order to give students the best chance to achieve a high score on the USE. The pupil is guaranteed to be trained by a native speaking professional who is an expert of the Unified State Exam in one-on-one lessons with the purpose of maximizing their learning experience. They will receive an in-depth look at all four sections of this exam: listening, reading, vocabulary and grammar, and writing.
Формат:с носителем языка, индивидуально
Для кого :подростки от 15 до 18 лет
Уровень английского:Intermediate B1 и выше
The Unified State Exam (Единый Государственный Экзамен) preparation course offers students in eight and ninth grades the necessary tools to achieve a passing score on the English version of this exam. This exam is comprised of four sections: listening, reading, vocabulary and grammar, and writing.
The Listening portion of USE has roughly fifteen tasks that need to be answered within the given time limit of thirty minutes, showing the test taker’s level of English communication. In this section, they are required to listen to short dialogues and respond with the correct answer.
The section, Reading, requires test takers to finish nine questions in no more than thirty minutes and indicates their ability to comprehend written English. In this portion of the exam, they will encounter questions about different types of short passages.
In the Vocabulary and Grammar part of the exam, students are given forty minutes to complete twenty tasks. This demonstrates the student’s mastery of English terminology. The test taker will encounter fill in the blank questions with the correct word in the right tense and correcting spelling errors.
The written portion of this exam has 2 parts that need to be completed within sixty minutes. It shows the student’s writing abilities. The first part of this section is a short essay where the test taker will have to write on a given topic. The second part requires the student to write a letter to a specified person.