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    Question Tkt

    Hi!
    I'd like to get in touch with anyone who's taken the TKT test recently.
    Many thanks,
    Leigh


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    I did module 2 at the british council in Rabat, Morocco.


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    I cleared all three TKT modules in the first attempt in 2006.
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    Re: Tkt

    I understand this thread is over 2 years old, but I will be shortly sitting the Teacher knowledge test in April.
    Can anyone tell me what to expect?
    I have downloaded the TKT course by Mary Spratt, will that provide me with most of the information I need to achieve a reasonable score?
    Any help would be most helpful.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Tkt

    Quote Originally Posted by indonesia View Post
    I understand this thread is over 2 years old, but I will be shortly sitting the Teacher knowledge test in April.
    Can anyone tell me what to expect?
    I have downloaded the TKT course by Mary Spratt, will that provide me with most of the information I need to achieve a reasonable score?
    Any help would be most helpful.
    Thanks.
    If you have been teaching for a reasonable amount of time you should be fine. A lot of the answers are "common sense".


    Read through the book and do the sample exercises. Make sure you understand the terminology.

    Read the questions carefully and be aware that some questions require that you select the "wrong" or inappropriate answer.

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