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Hi!!I'm currently working on my application for teacher training through UCAS and I need an English Equivalency test as I'm a foreign. I bought a book to prepare the GCSE but noticed that the English equivalency test (EET) might not have the same structure. I've read that the EET has 2 section (reading and writing) , 45 min each, whereas the GSCE takes 1h40m each paper.... I am very confused, not sure how to prepare it without paying the pricey course. Any advice on where to check test examples? Anyone in the same situation??? Any help would be much appreciated!!!!!!
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(Original post by MegMeg27)
Hi!!I'm currently working on my application for teacher training through UCAS and I need an English Equivalency test as I'm a foreign. I bought a book to prepare the GCSE but noticed that the English equivalency test (EET) might not have the same structure. I've read that the EET has 2 section (reading and writing) , 45 min each, whereas the GSCE takes 1h40m each paper.... I am very confused, not sure how to prepare it without paying the pricey course. Any advice on where to check test examples? Anyone in the same situation??? Any help would be much appreciated!!!!!!
I’m not sure but have you heard of ielts?
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not sure what that has to do...
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