This course is designed to give students a solid understanding of the structure and importance of the PET exam, as well as preparing them with tips on how to approach each section and grammar points that should be studied when preparing.
The course begins by explaining the significance of the PET examination. Next, it goes on to introduce the 3 ‘Papers’ or parts of the exam. The first is Reading and Writing, then Listening and finally, Speaking. Students will be introduced to each section of the exam and how many minutes they have to complete each section.
The second part of the course introduces the important Grammar Points which will be necessary to successfully complete the PET examination. The grammar is introduced and students are given examples as well as structural “break downs”.
Thirdly, students are given specific tips which will help them to be successful when completing the exam. Do’s and Dont’s as well as key information are explored.
By the end of the course students should feel better prepared for PET and as if they know what to expect in terms of structure, timing, keys to success, and grammar.
Lydia O’Donnell is an American teacher of English and also a career, life, and English teaching coach. Ms. O'Donell periodically conducts coaching workshops, in order to help international students face challenges in both, professional and personal life.