With a class size of only 4-5 students per group (depending on the students’ age) and teachers who are either native speakers of English or 100% bilingual, quality classes are given at Singular.
We provide a dynamic learning environment with many additional tools to help students reach their linguistic goals, such as a library, conversation classes, and English Nights.
Singular assesses your linguistic needs in detail upon signing up, in order to help you achieve goals.
Apart from small groups and qualified teachers, here is what sets us apart:
- Modern facilities which ensure a stimulating environment.
- Over 15 hours of complimentary activities per month:
- Weekly conversation classes.
- 2. Monthly English Nights (Movie Nights, Card Nights, Pop Music Nights, Story Telling, etc.)
- A library made up of over 50 books.
- Parent-teacher meetings.
- Regular anonymous customer satisfaction surveys.
- We are a Cambridge English Exam Preparation Centre and have a number of specialized teachers on staff.
Why is Singular my Cambridge exam preparation center?
We organize mock Speaking exams at no additional cost before the official exam sessions.
Last school year, 85% of our students who took an official exam got a passing grade.
Our staff is made up of qualified teachers who will guide you to your goal.
We have over 150 past exams in our database at your disposal.
Cambridge exams demonstrate level acquisition and are recognized worldwide. Additionally, the B2 level, the First Certificate, is a requirement at many Spanish universities.
Here is a summary of the levels:
No, it is not necessary to do all the exams in order. Students can choose to sign up for the exam of their choice.
In Andorra, one can sign up for an official exam every trimester. They’re scheduled more frequently in Catalonia and Spain (every 2-4 weeks).
In Singular, the average age of teens who’ve signed up for Cambridge exams is:
- Key English Test (KET): 11-12 years old
- Preliminary English Test (PET): 13-14 years old
- First Certificate: (FCE) 15-17 years old
- Advanced (CAE): 17-18 years old
Cambridge exams are offered with a paper-based and computer-based format.
The scores of the paper-based exams usually take 4-6 weeks, whereas the computer-based ones take around 2 weeks.
No, the Key (KET), Preliminary (PET), First (FCE), Advanced (CAE) and Proficiency (CPE) Cambridge exam diplomas do not expire. However, there are universities and companies that establish their own requirements with regards to this. The IELTS exam, on the other hand, is valid for 2 years.