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If you want advice on how to prepare for and pass your CELTA course (or even push for the higher grades) you've come to the right place! Just choose from the options below to get started.
Hello! My name is David. I graduated my Cambridge CELTA course with a Pass A grade and wanted to pass on some of the best experiences and TEFL tips from my time studying the syllabus.
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Hi. I'm just starting revising and working on it. I had the interview 5 days ago. I ordered books online and started a day after the interview. The course is next year but I want to be prepared and ready. I quite often use your websites as the tips are very helpful and specifics, precise. It's really good, thank you very much
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I want to express my massive thanks to you. The information you share with us is really valuable and I'm looking forward to your post about writing assignments. And I wonder which books would help me to pass CELTA successfully. In July I'm going to get CELTA training and I want to head there well prepared. I'm afraid that it is going to be a challenging and intense part of my summer. My biggest fear is that I am not sure I will be able to cope with negative feedback. Thank you beforehand ?
You really helped me.
My biggest fear is fear of lacking behind in a group of native speaker, I am scared of completing written assignments timely. Althought I am highly motivated, still somewhere in the corner of my heart something frightens me. By David's newsletters I am trying to gain inspiration and take up this course very soon and address my foremost fear of the pre-interview test paper and its language awareness part.
This website gives me courage not to give up and boosts my confidence level to cope up all 4 intensive weeks successfully. It addresses each and every part of course and how to overcome my fear and to prepare myself for the course in advance.
It's a energy booster in short, to motivate you to go for the course enthusiastically.
My toughest challenge is my lack of experience as a teacher. Having zero experience is nerve wracking, as you don't know what's in store for you.
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I absolutely recommend Pass the CELTA. David's genuineness echoes in his emails for people who want to look forward to a career as an English instructor. His experiences during his CELTA are definitely worth note taking. I haven't started the course yet, but David's regular emails have been a constant source of support and inspiration to me. He's done a commendable job to offer help with things such as tips, advice and ideas. Go team passthecelta.com! Kudos to everyone who are part of this wonderful, innovative, simple yet knowledgeable website.
My biggest challenge about the CELTA course is having the ability and the tools to explain the numerous grammar rules to my students when teaching. This is due to my age (62), and the simple fact that these rules were part of my education in early years of education, however, not engrained in detail my thought process.
David has helped through inspiration, encouragement, daily tips that come through with each email, and knowing that I have a resource to turn to for the coming months whilst I attend the CELTA course.
I would definitely recommend this website and newsletter for the reasons stated above, I have been inspired and encouraged since subscribing to the newsletter. The daily tips that come through with each email answer to my "unasked questions", bring me a sense of comfort knowing that I have a resource to turn to for the coming months whilst I attend the CELTA course. I say this in all sincerity, as several points that I have picked up through the newsletter and website, and ran by friends of mine that have themselves taken the CELTA course, have been confirmed as points that I will be facing and encountering in CELTA.
Just a quick update since we last spoke... I asked some questions about the CELTA pre-interview task and you kindly guided me through some of the points to consider before the interview. Today is the day I complete my CELTA and now I just wait for my certificate to come through.
It’s been a great experience and I’m glad I went ahead with it.
Many thanks for your time and advice prior to taking the CELTA.
I have some challenges with the technical terms of grammar though I am good at the applied aspect of it. I have not had formal teaching experience before. These are the challenges for me.
Pass the CELTA consoled me that the course is intensive but is still very achieveable.
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