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Hi everyone , I AM AN INTERNATIONAL student and i am starting foundation programmer this September , i notice in my acceptance form that my English language level will be reassessed ,have anyone got an advice at this point because i have been in my country for 5 months so i lost some of my language
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Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help

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Hi,

I'd recommend just talking english with some people. It helps you get a grasp again of every day vocabulary and also slang which is used (which will also be helpful once you move to Newcastle). The benefit of this also is that you can just ask them what words mean if they say any which you don't understand. Also, if there are any apps which can help you refresh your knowledge of the language, download them! Both these techniques helped me with French
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(Original post by Mahmood2000)
Hi everyone , I AM AN INTERNATIONAL student and i am starting foundation programmer this September , i notice in my acceptance form that my English language level will be reassessed ,have anyone got an advice at this point because i have been in my country for 5 months so i lost some of my language

Hi Mahmood2000

All students whose first language is not English have to take the UELA test on arrival at the University. This is just to determine whether or not you may need additional English support at the start of your studies and is nothing to worry about! If you've lost some of your English Language then this should be of benefit to you as you may be offered additional support for your studies

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Thank you for your help 😁
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