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2020 Spring Virtual CRAM

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Complete Review And Mentoring 

The 20 hour program is ideal for anyone that is self-studying, anyone that is seeing the test again, or someone that needs 20 hours toward their CAE application.

In light of the Coronavirus social distancing recommendations, MSAE is offering CAE candidates a Virtual CRAM.

The Virtual CRAM will be held over a five-day period. Participants will have access to live and on demand content as well as a wealth of CAE resources and expertise that aren’t available anywhere else. 

Sessions will occur each day from Tuesday, April 14 – Saturday, April 18. Live sessions will be held Tuesday – Friday using the StartMeeting webinar platform from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. These sessions will also be recorded in case participants need to view them later.

Candidates who participate in this program will have access to the following:

v  33 videos with 26 in mini-session format covering key content from each of the topics in the sub-domains. This format will allow candidates the flexibility of listening to those topics that they may be struggling with.

v The 7 supplemental videos include 4 Test-Taking Tips Videos, 3 foundational CAE videos, and 1 How to Think Through a CAE Question video.

v 90 practice questions with 10 questions focused on each CAE domain. These questions are unique to the virtual CRAM session and are not included in any other MSAE CAE products.

v  Live calls which will utilize a similar format to MSAE’s preparatory courses’ weekly CAE discussions. These calls will prepare candidates by reviewing the questions and providing discussion of the thought processes and logic behind each answer option.

v  The CRAM session will offer additional enhancements, pulling content from the mini-session videos to further demonstrate key concepts. All calls will be recorded and made available for on-demand access within 4 hours of the live call events.

v  Access to a simulated final exam of 200 multiple choice questions in an electronically administrated format, which will reflect similar practices for the switch to computer-based CAE examination, upcoming in May 2020.

v  Candidates will also receive access to a traditional, pencil and paper version of the exam, but the electronic version will provide the experience of four hours of being intently focused on a computer screen.

Questions? Contact MSAE at info@msae.org

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