This is going to be a quick post for all my students, I hope you all have a great year and get what you want. Just remember that through the wonder of technology I can keep an eye on all your blogs. HaHaHa he says in his most maniacal laugh.....So get posting and express yourself.
2 Watch DVD's - without subtitles - at least once a week. This is a great way of preparing for the the listening test.
3 Read something other than your course books. literature, short stories, magazines, newspapers; In fact just about anything you can find in English. All reading is good practice for the Reading Comprehension part of the Cambridge exams. All these things can be found at the kiosks in Aristotelian square or in central bookshops.
4 Record yourself. If you have a cassette recorder, mobile phone that can record or a microphone for your PC, record yourself speaking. It's a great way of correcting errors in your spoken English.
5 Speak only English in class. This is probably the only chance you'll get to speak English before the exam so make the most of the opportunity.
Nobody expects students to do all of these things but if you try some of them during the course of the year then you'll see a great improvment in your language skills and of course you'll greatly increase your chances of getting a good grade in the exams.