Hi! What can you recommend as the best bundle package reviewer for celban that i can purchase?
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If you do not have a lot of extra money for resources I recommend you start with the Reading and Listening Study Guides, for only $4.99. (www.celbanprep.info) Then I recommend you save up for the CELBANPrep Writing, followed by CELBANPrep Speaking and the Reading/Listening Sample Test. That way you are forwarding your skills in reading and listening while saving your money. This is a great time management strategy. The required score on listening is 10, which is at the university level. It will take time, practice and hard work to achieve this end. Starting now is the best thing you can do.
If you do not have a lot of time, I recommend the same steps, for different reasons. It takes time to increase your score in reading, listening and writing. the more time you have to turn your grammar weaknesses into strengths, the more prepared and confident you will be for the exam. It takes time to learn a language. It takes time to become competent in a new skill. It takes practice to be able to complete a report in 20 minutes.
If you have both time and money I recommend the Course Bundle and the Study Bundle.
If your exam is in a month start with CELBANPrep Speaking, Listening and Reading. There is not enough time to complete CELBANPrep Writing.
If you have an exam date, within two months, and have already taken the exam once, I recommend postponing the exam until you are confident you will pass. You are only allowed to take the exam 3 times, and the score will expire in two years so it is imperative that you pass the second time. I have met too many nurses whose dreams of being a nurse have been shattered because they failed the exam three times. The scars are deep, too deep.
The last comment does not apply if you have passed the CRNE and taking the CELBAN is the last step in your process. In this instance you do not have to worry about the exam expiring, and you do have to more opportunities to take the exam.
If you are writing the CELBAN for the third and last time, ensure you have done everything in your power to develop your skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking English. Ensure that you have mastered the Canadian culture, phrases and collocations. Make sure that you have achieved these skills at a University level. Your future and your self concept depends on it.
So, K under which category do you fall? Which is hte best option for you?