Passing a Cambridge exam can make a world of difference to any English leaner working in a professional field. The Cambridge exams offer professionals a chance to obtain an internationally recognized and prestigious qualification. When someone prepares for a Cambridge exam, they are preparing themselves to succeed in the English business-world – learning to communicate effectively at a high level.  

What can be more important to any professional team, than effective communication? LawTag offers carefully designed Cambridge Exam Preparation classes for corporate environments. We offer both individual and group lessons to meet the needs of your organization.

Individual or group classes to your specifications for the Cambridge Academic or the Cambridge Business Exams.

Cambridge A2 Key

A2 Key, formerly known as Cambridge English. This basic-level qualification is a great exam to take if you're new to learning English. An A2 Key certificate shows that you can: Understand and use basic phrases and expressions Understand simple written English Introduce yourself and answer basic questions about yourself Interact with English speakers at a basic level.

Cambridge B1 Preliminary

B1 Preliminary, formerly known as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) It is the English language exam that shows you have mastered the basics. A B1 Preliminary qualification shows that you can: Read simple textbooks and articles in English Write letters and emails on everyday subjects Take meeting notes Show awareness of opinions and mood in spoken and written English.

Cambridge B2 First

B2 First, formerly known as Cambridge English: First (FCE) It is Cambridge's most popular exam, accepted by thousands of businesses and educational institutions worldwide. A B2 First qualification shows that you can: Communicate effectively face-to-face, expressing opinions and presenting arguments Follow the news Write clear, detailed English, expressing opinions and explaining the advantages and disadvantages of different points of view Write letters, reports, stories and lots of other types of text.

Cambridge B1 Business Preliminary

B1 Business Preliminary, formerly known as Cambridge English: Business Preliminary (BEC Preliminary It helps you to get the practical language skills you need to start doing business in English. A B1 Business Preliminary certificate shows that you can: Talk about business subjects Understand charts and graphs Write a short business email Follow short telephone conversations.

Cambridge B2 Business Vantage

B2 Business Vantage, formerly known as Cambridge English: Business Vantage (BEC Vantage) It shows employers that you're ready to do business at an international level. A B2 Business Vantage certificate shows that you can: Write short business messages and reports Read articles from business publications Listen to, understand and give your opinions in meetings.

Cambridge C1 Business Higher

C1 Business Higher, formerly known as Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC Higher) It helps you to get the practical language skills you need to work effectively at a senior level in international business. A C1 Business Higher certificate shows that you can: Communicate effectively at managerial and professional level Participate with confidence in workplace meetings and presentations Express yourself with a high level of fluency React appropriately in different cultural and social situations.

One on One 

If you need to take the IELTS or TOEFL because you are moving to another country, or because you want to get into the university of your dreams, you know just how important careful preparation is. Going into the IELTS or TOEFL ill prepared would be a waste of your time and money. 

LawTag teachers know that the stakes are high for you. We want to help you feel confident and ready to sit your exam. We want you to get the best score possible. And we know how to get you there.  

LawTag teachers are all qualified to master’s degree level and have years of combined experience in test preparation. Our teachers are patient, engaged, creative and effective. You can expect them to keep you on your toes – to give you homework assignments and to check in with you throughout the day, even if you did not have a class scheduled.  

What to expect:  

Your teacher will start by assessing your language-level and ascertaining your needs. They will want to know which IELTS or TOEFL you are planning to take and why. Your teacher will let you know whether or not your current level of English is sufficient to sit the exam of your choice.   

Your teacher will then draw-up a learning plan. Do you have gaps in your knowledge? Are you lacking in one of the core skills? How long do you have to prepare for your exam? Do you suffer from test-anxiety? These (and more!) are all questions your teacher will consider when designing your tailor-made learning plan. 

From there on out, each moment of your course will be dedicated to acquiring the knowledge and skills you need to get you the score you want. Through exercises, scenario-training, continuous error-correction (and practice, practice, practice, of course!) your teacher will make sure that you progress steadily and sustainably. 

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