Cambridge English-Starters, Movers, Flyers, KEY, PET, FCE
The Cambridge English: Young Learners examinations are offered in three levels and are designed to measure the English language skills of children aged seven to twelve. Starters, Movers, and Flyers are tools that motivate kids to work by keeping track of their progress.
The first of three Cambridge English: Young Learners examinations for children aged 7 to 12 is Cambridge English: Starters. This exam will motivate your child to begin learning English at a young age and instill in them a good attitude about language tests. The children who take the exam are typically between the ages of 7 and 8, and have received around 100 hours of English instruction.
The second of three Cambridge English: Young Learners examinations for children aged 7 to 12 is Cambridge English: Movers. This exam will motivate your child to speak in English in real-life circumstances and foster a good attitude toward language tests. The children that take the exam are typically between the ages of eight and eleven, and have had around 175 hours of English instruction.
The highest of three Cambridge English: Young Learners examinations for children aged 7 to 12 is Cambridge English: Flyers. This exam demonstrates that your child can comprehend and speak in basic English in everyday circumstances. The children who take the exam are generally between the ages of 9 and 12, and have been studying English as a second language at school for two to three years, or around 250 hours of English courses.
Whether you’re an absolute beginner or a fluent speaker wanting to perfect your language skills, whether you’re a student or a professional, Cambridge English offers exams for you to examine your language skills appropriately.
Cambridge English: KEY, commonly known as the Key English Test KET, is the Cambridge English range’s entry-level General English test. It demonstrates that you can speak in ordinary circumstances using basic English. Cambridge English: Key for Schools is on par with Cambridge English: Key and leads to the same globally recognized qualification. The only difference is that the test content is tailored to schoolchildren’s interests and experiences. If you have completed approximately 250 hours of study or practice and can speak, write, and comprehend basic English, you should take the KET. This exam is the initial step toward improving your English language abilities for future employment or education.
Preliminary English Test (PET) and Preliminary English Test for Schools are other names for Cambridge English: Preliminary (PETfS). This exam demonstrates your ability to speak in English in real-life settings. If you wish to study for a professional English qualification, it will provide you with a solid foundation. Studying for the PET test will enhance your English, allowing you to converse more effectively whether traveling or working with English speakers.
First Certificate in English (FCE) and First Certificate in English for Schools are other names for Cambridge English: First (FCEfS). This general English certification demonstrates that you can communicate effectively in English and write in it well enough to work or study in an English-speaking setting. If you wish to work in an English-speaking business, reside in an English-speaking nation, or study a foundation-level or pre-university course taught in English, you should study for the FCE.