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Cambridge Exams

Pre A1 Starters for Pre-school Learners

A1 Movers for Pre-school Learners

A2 Flyers for Pre-school Learners

A2 Key and Key for Schools

B1 Preliminary and Preliminary for Schools

B2 First and First for Schools

C1 Advanced

C2 Proficiency

Exam format

A2 Key for Schools is made up of three papers developed to test your English skills. You can see how the test is made up below.

PaperContent% of total scorePurpose
Reading and Writing
(1 hour)
7 parts/
32 questions
50%Shows you can understand simple written information such as signs, brochures, newspapers and magazines.
(30 minutes, including 6 minutes’ transfer time)
5 parts/
25 questions
Requires you to be able to understand announcements and other spoken material when people speak reasonably slowly.
(8–10 minutes per pair of candidates)
2 parts25%Shows you can take part in a conversation by answering and asking simple questions. Your Speaking test will be conducted face to face with one or two other candidates and two examiners. This makes your test more realistic and more reliable.

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