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Cambridge English Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers


Pre A1 Starters, A1 Movers and A2 Flyers are designed for young learners between the ages of 6 and 12, and are a consistent measure of how children are learning English. The purpose of the exam is to make learning fun.
The children are motivated by their efforts to obtain certificates and receive a "shield" to record their progress.

Pre A1 Starters (formerly known as YLE Starters)

Pre A1 Starters can help your child take the first step:
• Understand the basic English content on the Internet
• Enjoy English books, songs, TV and movies
• Make friends around the world


Reasons for choosing Pre A1 Starters:
• No experience of success or failure-every child will receive a Cambridge English certificate to celebrate their achievements
• This test uses realistic daily situations to bring learning to life
• The test covers all major variations of English (for example, British English, American English)


Pre A1 Starters exam content:
Exam mode: written exam
Test paper: 3 copies
Exam time: about 45 minutes



A1 Movers (formerly known as YLE Movers)


A1 Movers can help your child:
• Understand basic instructions or participate in simple conversations
•Understand basic precautions, instructions or information
• Fill out the basic form and write notes, including time, date and location


Reasons for choosing A1 Movers:
• No experience of success or failure-every child will receive a Cambridge English certificate to celebrate their achievements
• This test uses realistic daily situations to bring learning to life
• The test covers all major variations of English (for example, British English, American English)


A1 Movers exam content:
Exam mode: written exam
Test paper: 3 copies
Exam time: about 1 hour
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A2 Flyers (formerly known as YLE Flyers)


A2 Flyers can help your child:
• Read simple English
• Communicate in familiar situations
•Understand and use basic phrases and expressions
• Interact with foreigners who speak slowly and clearly


Reasons for choosing A2 Flyers:
• No experience of success or failure-every child will receive a Cambridge English certificate to celebrate their achievements
• This test uses realistic daily situations to bring learning to life
• The test covers all major variations of English (for example, British English, American English)


A2 Flyers exam content:
Exam mode: written examination
Test paper: 3 copies
Exam time: about 1 hour and 15 minutes
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Cambridge English A2 Key (formerly known as KET)


A2 Key qualifications prove the student's ability to communicate in English in simple situations.
The exam tests all four English language skills-reading, writing, listening and speaking.

The A2 Key certificate shows that students can:
•Understand and use basic phrases and expressions
• Read simple English
• Introduce yourself and answer basic questions about yourself
• Interact with foreigners on a basic level


Reasons for choosing A2 Key:
• Acquire a valuable qualification, which is accepted worldwide
• Improve your work, study and travel prospects
• Prove that you have the basic language skills required to communicate in English


A2 Key exam content:
Exam mode: Written test/computer
Test paper: 3 copies
Exam time: about 2 hours


Cambridge English B1 Preliminary (formerly known as PET)


B1 Preliminary qualifications prove that students have mastered the basics of English and now have practical language skills for daily use.

The B1 Preliminary certificate shows that students can:
• Read simple English textbooks and articles
• Write letters and emails on everyday topics
• Make meeting notes
• Express opinions and emotions in spoken and written English


Reasons for choosing B1 Preliminary:
• Cultivate the ability to communicate in English according to actual tasks and situations
• Acquire a valuable qualification, which is accepted worldwide
• Improve your work, study and travel prospects


B1 Preliminary exam content:
Exam mode: Written test/computer
Test paper: 3 copies
Exam time: about 2 hours and 20 minutes



Cambridge English B2 First (formerly FCE)


B2 First qualifications prove that the student has the language ability to live and work independently in an English-speaking country/region or study English-taught courses.

The B2 First certificate shows that students can:
• Effective face-to-face communication, express opinions and put forward arguments
•watch the news
• Write clear and detailed English, express opinions and explain the advantages and disadvantages of different opinions
• Letters, reports, stories and many other types of text


Reasons for choosing B2 First:
•Accept admission to basic/connected/pre-conference courses in English-speaking countries/regions
• Accept admission to English-speaking undergraduate courses in non-English speaking countries/regions


B2 First exam content:
Exam mode: Written test/computer
Test paper: 4 copies
Exam time: about 3 hours and 30 minutes



Source: Cambridge Assessment English