WHO ELSE WANTS TO LISTEN TO REPORTS?
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I have something new for you! CHECK THIS OUT – A STANAG 6001 LEVEL 3 REPORT PLUS AUDIO! I received a question lately about the source of recorded STANAG 6001 level 3 reports. Why would anyone want to listen to … Read More

HOW NOT TO FAIL WRITING … AGAIN?
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What am I doing wrong? – Have you ever asked yourself that question after getting a poor grade in your exam? It’s even more frustrating when you lack that 1 point to pass. What might have gone wrong? There are … Read More

5 TYPES OF EXAM SPEAKERS – WHICH ONE ARE YOU?
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There are different types of speakers and your success in the exam partly depends on your cooperation. No matter which type of speaker you meet on the other side of the exam table, you can still pass it. Learn what to do when you meet them!

HOW COME I GOT 13 POINTS IN SPEAKING … AGAIN?
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What did I do wrong? Have you ever asked yourself that question? What made you lose this one point necessary to pass your exam in speaking? There are a few things that may go wrong during the exam. Read on to check out what you can do to prevent it!

I NEED YOUR HELP
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I need your help. I’m preparing free materials about STANAG 6001 writing and vocabulary for STANAG 6001 exams. I’m sure that this information will be useful for many of you.

HOW TO WRITE A LEVEL 2 REPORT
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HOW TO WRITE A STANAG 6001 LEVEL 2 REPORT. In the post, you will learn about the level 2 report layout, formal requirements, useful phrases and linking words. PLUS, you will read a sample report with a commentary on how it uses grammar and vocabulary to meet the exam requirements.

How to ask questions correctly
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One of the typical grammatical mistakes during the spoken STANAG 6001 exam is the wrong word order in questions. GRAMMATICAL CORRECTNESS is one of the elements of your assessment during the exam, so make sure to get your questions right!