Course Overview

Lessons per week

6 or 10

Lesson length

45 minutes

Course Duration

Min. 8 weeks / 10-13 weeks recommended


Monday – Friday, 13.00 – 14.30*

Minimum Age


Minimum Entry Level

Pre-Intermediate (A2)

Class Size

Min. 6

Suitable For

those who would like to prove their proficiency in the English Language

What you will study

Our PET Exam Preparation Course caters for foreign nationals who live, work or study in an English speaking environment and are looking for a renowned English qualification to formalise their level of English.

The Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) exam qualification shows that learners have mastered the basics of English and now have practical language skills for everyday use.

At this level, learners will be able too to read simple textbooks and written materials in English, take notes in a meeting, write emails and letters on everyday topics, and understand opinions and mood in both written and spoken English.

The minimum course recommended duration to achieve the required band is 8 weeks, however, while deciding on the course duration, the current level of a student has to be taken into account.

How you will learn

Throughout our PET Exam Preparation Course, our tutors will guide and assist learners in every possible way to ensure that they achieve their maximum potential, and increase the chances of a pass.

Course participants will improve their sentence transformation, learn how to write short messages, work on the listening aspect by paying particular attention to listening to short and long recordings, monologues as well as dialogues.

Speaking will be not the least as learners will have to answer the examiners’ questions, speak to their partners, describe a colour photograph, talk on a subject given by the examiner.

Course participants can sit for the exam in Malta or in their own country. Applications to sit for these exams are handled separately from the English Language courses and passed on to the Examination Centres.

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