The Paper consists of a listening comprehension, reading comprehension and written expressions. Both the higher and ordinary level papers are two and a half hours long with the first 30 minutes being the aural section of paper. Section two is reading comprehensions where you will be given a series of notices,signs and articles that you must answer questions on. Finally, there is a written expression to complete.
– Start your study early and constantly expand you vocabulary as well as listening skills. You can always brush up on the grammar closer to the exam however the same can’t be said with vocab.
– Underline keywords in the comprehensions and you may be able to use some useful vocabulary in your written expressions. As well as this, remember that the questions are usually asked in sequential order.