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“This was the best Danish course I took so far. The teacher is very professional and motivated and gave personalized attention for each student. I wouldn´t hesitate in recommending this course”
“These classes are shockingly better than the typical Danish class ones. I took private lessons and, in a few months, I evolved many times more than I had before. Of course, it requires extremely high commitment!”
PD2 oral exam preparation course
4 Fridays, 1.00-3.30 pm*
Start date 26.5.2023 – end date 16.6.2023
via Microsoft Teams
Bo Boelslund Nielsen
Our PD2 oral exam course gives you the chance to prepare well for the oral exam in a small, exclusive group setting of only 6-8 participants. With our expert teachers, you will get the best help available to pass PD2. We meet once a week for class. It is a hybrid class, which means that you can choose to participate online or attend physically at our premises in Central Copenhagen.
The teaching material consists of previous assignment sets. During the course, you will give at least one presentation that mimics the oral exam. 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.
Who can attend?
We do not have any specific requirements, but to get the full benefit out of our PD2 exam preparation course your Danish must be at level B1 (DU3, module 4). In addition, you must be willing to work hard and spend 4-6 hours on homework per week.
Not sure if your level is good enough?
Fill out the questionnaire, write the assignment and send it back to us. We will get back to you with our feedback within two working days.
We can help you find out what it takes for you to pass the PD2 exam. Receive a questionnaire and a written assignment from a previous PD2 exam. Fill out the questionnaire, write the assignment and send it back to us. We will get back to you with our feedback within three working days. You are also welcome to call us at +45 4258 1600
* see our course conditions