There are many things that you can do to prepare yourself for the CELPIP Test. In this section, we have compiled a list of things to do before and during the CELPIP-General or CELPIP-General LS Tests to improve your chances of success.

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PURCHASE CELPIP STUDY MATERIALS

There are a variety of study materials available to help you prepare for the CELPIP Test, including an Interactive Learning Program, Online Practice Tests, Study Guides, and more.

REVIEW STUDY TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS

CELPIP experts have compiled a list of the best study tips to help you get your best test results. Study tips are available for each component of both the CELPIP-General and CELPIP-General LS Tests.

ENROL IN A PREPARATION PROGRAM OR COURSE

Many test takers find that enrolling in a preparation program or course helps them reach their target scores on CELPIP Test. If test takers require additional help, many of Paragon’s test centres offer the CELPIP Preparation Program and other courses. Paragon has also launched the CELPIP Speaking Pro course to help test takers prepare for the Speaking test.

CREATE A DAILY STUDY ROUTINE

Spend time every day preparing for the test instead of doing all of your studying and reviewing once a week. Studying daily for shorter periods of time, rather than studying once a week for a large block of time, will be more useful in improving English skills.

SURROUND YOURSELF WITH ENGLISH

Become immersed in English language activities, such as reading English magazines and books, watching English television and movies, and listening to English radio stations. The more you view and participate in English language activities, the stronger your reading, writing, and oral English skills will become.