Which should I take first: CELBANPrep Writing or Speaking?

Dear Kim,
 What can you suggest for me to avail first?
I’d like to avail the Course Bundle for speaking
and writing.
Thanks! 🙂
Dear R,
Alas, when it comes to choosing between speaking and writing and which to take first, I recommend writing: definitely. Start with CELBANPrep writing first.
  • CELBANPrep Writing Course is 8 lessons in 8 weeks, so it is for two months but some people take more time to pass the mid session evaluation.
  • Lesson 1-4 comes in the first four weeks.
  • There is a mid session evaluation. One must pass the evaluation to progress to lessons 5-8.
  • If you have not passed the evaluation in week five, you are encouraged to learn the skills and improve your grammar until you do. Then and only then do you start lessons 5-8.
  • Lessons 5-8 build on your skills learned in lessons 1-4.

So, while some people can breeze through CELBANPrep writing in two months, others need longer to pass the mid session evaluation. It depends on where you are starting, when it comes to your advanced grammar, and how much time you have each day to prepare. The good news is that you have found me and I can help you, but you have to be willing to work hard to turn your weaknesses into strengths so that you can not only increase your score but also walk into the exam with confidence.

When it comes to CELBANPrep Speaking, which consists of 4 lessons in 4 weeks, the course also includes monthly conference calls, and a one-on-one consultation where I speak with you personally to give suggestions on how to improve your score. People really appreciate how CELBANPrep helps them prepare for CELBAN Speaking. Four weeks is all people need to prepare for the speaking part of the CELBAN.

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