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When emailing, it would be great if you could answer the following questions as far as you’re able to:

1. What is your current level? If you don’t know, what are your strengths and weaknesses? What preparation have you done so far?

2. What score do you need/would you like? What school(s) are you aiming for/considering?

3. What is your timeline? Do you have a test date booked? If not, when are you hoping to take the test, and how much time would you have to retake if you don’t get the score you want?

4. Where are you based (home/work) and when are you generally available?