Who can attend?
We do not have any specific requirements, but to follow our PD2 exam preparation course you must be at level B1 (DU3, module 4 or DU2, module 5/6).
In addition, you must be willing to work hard and spend several hours on homework per week.
How is the class conducted?
We meet once a week for class, either Friday or Saturday. It is a hybrid class, which means that you can choose to participate online or attend physically.
During the course, you will hand in a previous PD2 exam (the written and the reading comprehension assignments) for each class and give at least one presentation that mimics the oral exam. You will hand in your written assignments via email two days before each class in order for your teacher to prepare a personal feedback to you.
You will get access to multiple previous PD2 assignments, and you can do the ones, that we do not complete during the course, as a supplementary self-study.
The teaching material consists of previous assignment sets and relevant articles to support the chosen topics.
Our teachers for these teams have already succesfully led many students to the PD2 exam and know what is required to pass. You will get all the feedback and all the input you need.
We are offering our PD3 exam preparation course for 16, 12, 8 or 4 weeks. If you choose to take the course for the full 16 weeks, you will receive tuition 12 weeks before the written exam and 4 weeks before the oral. The 12, 8 and 4 weeks courses are designed so that you choose whether you want the course to stop right before the written exam, or if you also want to have 4 weeks before the oral exam.