Aptis FAQ: A look at questions our students often ask about English exams. We’ve answered them to the best of our ability, with info that’s up-to-date at time of writing.
Top tips from oral examiners! We can help you pass your Aptis Speaking Test with a good grade. Includes preparation & practice ideas, from the practical to the inventive!
Aptis Advanced: the first in a series of exam-style Speaking Practice Tests. Aptis Advanced is aimed at students from B1 to C2 levels of the CEFR.
This test with sample C1 answers is the supplementary version of Aptis Advanced Speaking Practice Test 1. It’s read by native speakers, which will help improve your pronunciation.
Here’s an overview of the Aptis ESOL Advanced Listening Test. We explain the format, look at the different task-types and give you our top tips for success.
John talks you through each part of the Aptis Advanced Writing Test, highlights useful language in the C1 sample answers and gives you advice.
In this new Advanced Writing with C1 answers video John talks you through each part of the test, gives advice and highlights useful language.
How to write an article is an essential skill for the Aptis Advanced Writing Test, not to mention Cambridge and Trinity B2/C1 exams. We show you how.
‘What’s the best way to learn new vocabulary?’ is a question we’re often asked. These tips and techniques are useful for any language learner. Get yourself into good habits!
Aptis Advanced Vocabulary Test consists of 25 questions testing four aspects of vocabulary: word pairs, definitions, usage & combinations. Our tests follow the official format.
Aptis Advanced: a C1-level grammar test. 25 questions in a three-option multiple-choice format, adhering to official exam timing. This time we’re concentrating on written grammar.
This is where to come if you need to revise a grammar point or structure. It will remind you of the rules and give you examples of what you need to know at levels B1, B2 & C1.
False friends and confusing words are something that students often find difficult. We look at some typical pairs of words that cause confusion.