It had been a long time in the making: in the fall of 2019 students Nicole Wisniewska, Fabian Beckmann, Niklas Bischof and Vicky Weber (all Q2) set out to prepare for their Cambrige examination. They spent afternoons honing their reading, their listening and their essay-writing skills, disambiguating and construing.
The Cambride C1 Advanced certificate helps learners develop the skills to make the most of studying, working and living in English-speaking countries. More than 9,000 educational institutions, businesses and government departments around the world accept C1 Advanced as proof of high-level achievement in learning English.
Then the pandemic hit and alle exams were cancelled.
The next year, they were joined by Jacob Stark (Q1) and redoubled their efforts.
Finally, this weekend, they spent their Saturday morning with 90 minutes of Reading and Use of English, 90 minutes of writing and 40 minutes of listening. Today’s result are off to Cambridge, where the will be graded. The oral part of the exam is scheduled for the 23rd of March an will take place in Haltern.
We’re keeping our fingers crossed for you.