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Inglés Málaga Team Lions prepared for their EOI B2:2 exam during lockdown and the hot summer months. They roared and they fought for their certificate. They are now the Queens of the jungle.
Tequila slammers and a beautiful EOI B2:2 certificate is the perfect way to kick-start September. Well done team – you are amazing!
Mediation is the hot topic of EOI inglés exam-takers. After an hour searching the Net for some exam-ready examples for my students who are taking the exams in Andalusia, I have come up empty-handed!!
So, one of the two tasks asks you to respond to an infographic. At B2 level, you have to do this in 60 words. So, this is my attempt at trying to read the minds of the people who set the mediation task.
”Use the information provided in the infographic to write a text message to your friend advising them why they should, or should not go to Leeds University’‘ 60 words
If you are preparing for the EOI inglés exams in September, make sure you pay attention to the exam changes. In fact, we all know that the only predictable thing about the EOI system is that it is completely unpredictable.
Unsurprisingly, this year is no different – last-minute changes to the assessment criteria, alterations to the exam times, and amendments to the exam task types, all make this year a recipe for disaster. Well done La Junta – your incompetence and lack of pedagogical knowledge continue to reign!
However, perhaps there is some light at the end of the tunnel, you will need to employ more people to deal with the massive volume of complaints that will hit your doors in Septemeber, and again in October. Now is the time to figure out your damage limitation strategy, because you are going to find it very difficult to rationalise your decision to change the exam at the end of an academic year.
If you are preparing for the exam, check out the changes here: Guía del candidato 19-20_DEf_con anexos
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