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Passing the Danish Exam (PD3) requires extensive and thorough preparation. In this course, we help you practice and build every skill tested in the exam. You can count on detailed feedback on your progress and how you can continue to improve.
Is this course for you?
12 – 20 participants
3 lessons per week
1 day per week
Between 2 and 5 hours per week
If you’re planning to take the Danish Exam (PD3), chances are that you’re a little nervous about what to expect and how you’ll do. We’re here to help you get completely prepared for your big moment – the day of the PD3. We have many years of experience in preparing students for the exam – that’s why we know how to deliver the instruction and guidance you need to feel assured and to maximize your chances of success.
Our exam preparation course gives you:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The Danish Exam itself is NOT INCLUDED in the course. You must sign up for the PD3 no later than 4 March 2020 through one of the schools that conducts the exam. Read more here.
The price includes?
1665 København V
1665 København V
When preparing you for the Danish Exam 3 (PD3), we draw on our many years of experience as PD3 examiners. Remember that your teacher is a former PD3 examiner. That’s why we’re so good at giving you practical and tangible instruction for every aspect of the exam.
The course materials include past versions of actual PD3s, helping you familiarize yourself with the structure of the exam. We work with reading strategies, practicing vocabulary, and common grammatical errors.
Through numerous written assignments, oral presentations and individual feedback from your instructor, you’ll build an understanding of your strengths and improve your weaknesses in the Danish language.
Although an exam like the PD3 is a serious matter, we make sure to keep the atmosphere in the classroom sociable, friendly and relaxed. You and your classmates will have the opportunity to discuss your expectations and concerns about the exam, and support each other in the process of building confidence as the big day approaches.
In the first six class sessions, we focus on the written composition and reading comprehension components of the exam.
In the last two class sessions, we focus on the oral component of the exam. In the final class session, you’ll get feedback on your exam presentation, since you’ll have received the topic for the exam by that time.
There are no classes on 7 April 2020 and 12 and 19 of May.
There are no classes on 8 April 2020 and 13 and 20 of May.
You must speak English and have attended school for at least 12 years to enroll in the PD3 preparatory course. In order to achieve the learning goals of the course, it is essential that you participate actively in the classroom. We expect you to regularly attend classes and to spend at least two to five hours a week on homework.
The course is for everyone who has signed up to take the PD3 exam – even if you think that you’re very good at Danish and expect to pass the exam with flying colors. In our experience, you’ll achieve better results if you’ve practiced in advance with an experienced teacher and are completely familiar with the exam’s structure and assessment criteria.
If you have questions regarding our courses, please contact us by telephone or by email.
If you are not quite sure which Danish course suits you best, sign up for a free orientation meeting for absolute beginners with our student counselors.
If you already know some Danish and you are in doubt about your level, sign up for a free placement test for continuing Danish learners with our student counselors.
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