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FCE part-time afternoon Course in North London

FCE part-time afternoon Course in North London


English for FCE– afternoon exam preparation course in North London
Days: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Time: 13:00-14:30
Length: 6 and 12 weeks
Price excludes: Coursebook
Location: Ingla School of English1 Wellington Terrace, Turnpike Lane, London, N8 0PX
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The FCE Cambridge Exam preparation afternoon course at B2 level allows you to:

  • learn and use exam strategies and techniques to help you achieve your best score;
  • take practice exam papers to experience FCE test under exam conditions and become familiar with the format of the exam;
  • practise and develop your overall skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking – the importance of reading skills, writing skills and analytical thinking are emphasised as these skills are not only key to success in the FCE test;
  • receive constructive feedback to increase your chances of success;

Material: text books, audio-visual materials, and sample examination papers.

Minimum Level: Strong intermediate (or successful completion of our intermediate General English course)

Objectives: Our FCE preparation course prepares students for all four parts of the FCE examination, precisely:


  • recognise the different types of questions asked in FCE tests
  • predict the main ideas from titles and visual aids
  • use skimming and scanning to identify gist and details
  • identify and summarise the main ideas in various types of texts
  • determine the meaning of unknown words from the context
  • recognise a writer’s views or claims and their implications
  • answer a variety of question types found in FCE reading tests
  • complete a reading test in the allotted time


  • analyse FCE questions and respond appropriately
  • organise and present information in a coherent way
  • use appropriate language and vocabulary for specific tasks
  • use a variety of sentence patterns with grammatical accuracy
  • summarise the main ideas of various types of texts
  • develop an argument and support it in a structured essay
  • identify implications and propose solutions
  • edit written work
  • complete the test tasks within the required time limits
  • Listening

  • recognise the format and question patterns in a FCE listening test
  • use a variety of techniques to respond appropriately to FCE listening test questions
  • identify the main ideas of an aural text
  • identify specific information and roles of speakers
  • identify numbers, dates, time, letters, etc. correctly
  • understand the implications of information provided in aural texts
  • accurately transfer information gathered from listening to written answers within the set time limit
  • Speaking

    • recognise the different sections and requirements of the FCE speaking test
    • introduce self and converse confidently on a topic, for example, family, hobbies, or work
    • give a talk based on a personal topic
    • give an opinion and justify it
    • speculate about general topics
    • answer questions fluently and with clear pronunciation
    • use appropriate stress, intonation and speed patterns in their conversation

    TELC UK works in partnership with INGLA School of English based in North London, Turnpike Lane. Join the FCE course together with other students who are local residents living in nearby areas such as Muswell Hill, Southgate, North and East Finchley, Arnos Grove, Tottenham, Crouch End, Alexandra Park, Enfield or Oakwood.

    Course Start Date Weeks Days Time Fee Action
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    IELTS evening01/05/20234 weeksMon, Wed, Fri18:15-19:45£230Book now
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    FCE afternoon27/09/20216 weeksMon, Wed, Fri13:00-14:30£306Book now
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    CAE afternoon27/09/20216 weeksMon, Wed, Fri13:00-14:30£306Book now
    CAE afternoon08/11/20216 weeksMon, Wed, Fri13:00-14:30£306Book now
    CAE morning08/11/20216 weeksMon, Tue, Fri9:15-10:45£360Book now
    IELTS morning08/11/20216 weeksMon, Tue, Thu9:15-10:45£420Book now
    IELTS evening08/11/20216 weeksMon, Tue, Wed20:00-21:30£465Book now
    FCE morning10/01/202212 weeksMon, Wed, Fri9:15-10:45£660Book now
    FCE afternoon08/11/20216 weeksMon, Wed, Fri13:00-14:30£306Book now

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    The FCE Intensive course takes place in our school in Wood Green in North London and your course will cover:

     Strategies for skimming, scanning and reading for detail.

    Development of communicative strategies through interactive speaking activities and authentic tasks.

    Question interpretation, analysis, development of ideas, content organisation and grammatical accuracy in letters, essays and reports.

    Strategies of listening for specific information and identifying broader attitudes and opinions.


    Things you’re going to learn:

    Topics & Vocabulary

    • Globalisation
    • Emotions
    • Image
    • Mind, body & spirit
    • Learning
    • Money
    • Living together
    • Taste
    • Lifestyle
    • Truth & lies


    • Continuous verb forms
    • Language for argument
    • Perfect verb forms
    • Cleft sentences
    • Modals & related verbs
    • Abstract nouns
    • Relative clauses
    • Comparatives &l; superlatives
    • Passives
    • Particles
    • Time & tense
    • Inversion
    • Infinitives & -ing forms
    • Adverbs
    • Auxiliaries
    • Future forms
    • Noun phrases, ellipsis & substitution

    Cultural content

    • Varieties of English
    • Emotions
    • Learning
    • Idioms
    • Manners & personal behaviour
    • Money
    • Co-habiting
    • Taste

    Skills work

    • Writing – reviews, emails, scripts, leaflets, news articles, statistical summaries, reports, tactful letters6
    • Speaking – telling stories, action plans, difficult situations, presenting awards, making decisions, ranting,
    • Lots of listening practice
    • Pronunciation

    Additional information

    Start date:

    10/01/2022, 21/02/2022


    6 weeks, 12 weeks