APTIS Tutor all links

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The shared links are collected from TMTE-British Council Bangladesh Google drive, Aptis Tutor Folder.

Aptis Grammar & Vocab

Overview of core test: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-core-test-vocabulary-grammar/

Note: Remember we are doing the Aptis General test

Vocabulary: 

Practice test 1 (& overview): https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-vocabulary-practice-test/

Useful links: 

Aptis vocabulary & topics: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-vocabulary-and-topics/

How to learn vocabulary: https://www.aptistutor.com/learn-new-vocabulary-aptis/

Using mind maps: https://www.aptistutor.com/using-mind-maps-vocabulary/

Practice test 2: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-vocabulary-practice-test-2/

Grammar: 

Practice test 1 (& overview): https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-grammar-test-practice/

Useful links: 

B1, B2 & C1 Grammar Reference (& examples): https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-grammar-reference-b1-b2/

Practice test 2: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-grammar-practice-test-2/

Aptis Listening
Overview & tips: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-esol-listening-test/

Aptis Reading

Overview: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-reading/

Useful links

Top tips: https://www.aptistutor.com/top-tips-pass-aptis-reading-test/

Part 1 – Sentence Comprehension: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-reading-test-sentence-comprehension/

Part 2 – Text Cohesion: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-reading-test-text-cohesion/

Part 3 – Opinion Matching: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-reading-test-part-3-opinion-matching/

Part 4 – Long text Comprehension: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-reading-test-part-4-long-text/

Aptis Speaking

Practice test video & overview: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-speaking-mock-exam-video/

Useful links

Top tips: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-top-tips-pass-test/

50 useful phrases: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-starter-phrases-b1-b2/

Part 2 – Describing a photo: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-speaking-describing-a-photo/

Part 3 – Comparing 2 photos: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-speaking-comparing-two-photos/

Complete test – B2 sample test with advice: https://www.aptistutor.com/advice-b2-answers-aptis-speaking/

Complete test – B2 sample test with ‘levelling up’: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-speaking-improve-your-answers-b2/

Aptis Tutor

This is a free self-study website for Aptis. 

Here are the key links: 

Remember that there are different versions of the test. We are doing the ‘Aptis General’ 

Instructions for navigating the folder:

In this folder you can find links for each of the 4 skills. 

Unfortunately, the listening content is still being developed by the website, but you can still find an overview which should be useful.

Aptis Writing

Overview: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-writing-sample-test/

Useful links:

Top tips: https://www.aptistutor.com/top-tips-pass-aptis-writing-test/

Complete test – B.2 sample test with answers and advice: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-writing-practice-test-model-b2-answers/

Complete test – B2.2 sample test with answers and advice: https://www.aptistutor.com/aptis-writing-test-model-answers/

Prepare for the Aptis test

Speaking Practice Tests

Vocabulary Practice Tests 

Grammar Practice Tests

Writing Practice Tests

  • Aptis General: Writing Test 1 including video with sample B2 answers
  • Aptis General: Writing Test 2 including video with sample B2 answers
  • Aptis General: Writing Test 3 including video with sample B2 answers

Aptis Reading Practice Tests

SPEAKING SKILLS

Improve your answers and your pronunciation 

VOCABULARY SKILLS

And there are exercises to help you prepare and practise:

GRAMMAR SKILLS

In the Grammar Reference section you’ll find a brief review of the main structures you’ll need at levels B1, B2 and C1.   

Finally, the Use of Language post gives you examples of functions & grammar at levels B1, B2 and C1.

GET READY FOR B1

In this new section we deal with lower-level language points that aren’t in the Grammar Reference section. This is because they’re A1/A2 language that you should already know by B1 level. But remember that as all the Aptis tests are progressive in level (from A1 onwards), this section will also be useful for higher-level students to revise the basics.

Introduction

Grammar

Vocabulary

Other 

We’ve compiled all our mini-tests and memory games in 5-Minute Aptis.

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