About GESE – The English Teacher English lessons for Visa application, indefinite leave to remain

Trinity has been offering the GESE since 1938, when it was similar to an elocution test, rather than measuring language development. However, these days it follows communicative teaching methodology and uses meaningful exchanges between the examiner and candidate to test ability.

Since the new Secure English Language Test revisions in November 2017, it is now also used as a marker for English proficiency by government departments dealing with work, study and immigration.

The Test

The GESE a speaking and listening exam only, and is divided into two parts:

Part 1 – the examiner asks the candidate questions about different topics.

Part 2 – the candidate choses one or two topics and has a conversation with the examiner.

You can find out more about the exam itself in our GESE Grade 5 for UKVI Guide.

The Training

Our open-access course consists of:

    • 30 hours of face to face training.
    • Overview of the two parts of the exam, marking criteria and pass level.
    • Language analysis for the topic and conversation tests.
    • Review of topic themes and conversation subjects.
    • Recorded speaking practise and analysis of speaking skills.
    • Activities and resources to expand vocabulary.
    • Personal revision timetable.
    • Practise materias.
    • Exam preparation pack.

Our qualified teachers provide direct and on-line support to students who have access to their own learning portal.

Resources and activities are regularly added to the student zone to prepare candidates for the exam and allows them to revise efficiently for their GESE exam.

Trinity GESE is supported by theoretical background and ongoing research, as can be seen here.

To find our pricing, click here.

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