Luis Porras Wadley, director of the established KSE Academy in Granada, Spain, was recently interviewed by the Spanish newspaper El Pais and spoke most favourably about our B2 First app FCE Academy.
In the article entitled ‘Is it possible to pass the FCE without going to class?’ (the answer is ‘no’, in case you were wondering), Luis, an experienced tutor of Cambridge-exam candidates, suggested three important ways in which you can improve your English language skills:
“You have to dedicate at least 5 hours per week, preferably spread out over several days.
Ensure you can avail of all possible stimulations: read listen and speak in all situations.
Have an active attitude: practise constantly, analyse what you do and keep track of your progress.”
You can read the full El Pais article here.
Luis goes on, when discussing how best to prepare for the Use of English section of the Cambridge B2 First exam, to recommend the FCE Academy app.
We’re enormously proud of this endorsement in a reputable newspaper such as El Pais, as it means the word is spreading. With 60,000 downloads made of our Academy apps to date, and great interest in our recently published, first print book, Cambridge B2 First: Use of English practice tests, we are feeling good about ourselves and all that we do.
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