Podcast: How To Succeed In The Oral Exams

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If you're sitting the Leaving Cert this year, it's more than likely that you're prepping yourself to sit not just one but two oral exams. While the idea of a conversation in a language that isn't English is daunting enough for any student, this week's podcast focuses on how to tackle the orals as a whole.


Whether you're doing Irish, French, Spanish, German or Italian, Nessa and Eimear spend this episode of the Studyclix Podcast discussing how to approach the orals in general. From tips on how to improve your confidence to tuning your ear to the language you're learning, this episode is a must-listen for any worried Leaving Cert students out there!

 

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