EXAM DETAILS AND DURATION
Cambridge has a long-established and well-deserved reputation for excellence in creating certification exams. More than 3 million people in 130 countries take Cambridge exams every year. All Cambridge English exams are developed using the principles and approaches of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) – the standard benchmark used internationally to describe language ability. Cambridge exams vary from A1 level for beginners up to C2 level for those who have mastered a language.
Cambridge English exams is the best way to measure applicant's progress in English language. Cambridge exams help people gain entrance to universities or colleges, improve their job prospects, etc. One of the greatest advantage of these exams is that it provides a life-long certificate.
Cambridge exams cover the four language skills: Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing.
Around the world over 13000 organizations accept and trust Cambridge English Exams. They include universities and colleges, business organizations and government departments.
For more information about universities and colleges, business organizations and government departments which accept and trust Cambridge English Exams visit: www.cambridgeenglish.org/recognition
For more information about special requirements visit www.cambridgeenglish.org/help/special-requirements/
National Assessment and Examinations Center offers candidates both paper-based and computer-based versions of Cambridge exams:
Starters Movers Flyers Cambridge English: Young Learners Exams (CEFR A1/A2 levels) are designed to assess the English language skills of children aged between seven and twelve. The Cambridge English: Young Learners exams are available at three assessment levels that encourage children to work by monitoring their progress.
KET (CEFR A2 level) is a qualification that shows an applicant can deal with everyday written and spoken English at a basic level.
KET for Schools (CEFR A2 level) follows exactly the same format as Cambridge English: Key (KET) and the level of the question papers is identical. The only difference is that the content and treatment of topics in Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools have been particularly targeted at the interests and experience of school pupils.
PET (CEFR B1 level) is an intermediate level qualification in English that opens the doors to opportunities for work, study and travel.
PET for Schools (CEFR B1 level) follows exactly the same format as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) and the level of the question papers is identical. The only difference is that the content and treatment of topics in Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools have been particularly targeted at the interests and experience of school pupils.
FCE (CEFR B2 level) is a worldwide recognized language examination. It is an exam for people who need to prove they can use every day written and spoken English at an upper-intermediate level for work or study purposes.
FCE for Schools (CEFR B2 level) follows exactly the same format as Cambridge English: First and the level of the question papers is identical. The only difference is that the content and treatment of topics in Cambridge English: First for Schools have been particularly targeted at the interests and experience of school pupils.
CAE (CEFR C1 level) is the leading English exam of advanced level. It is recognized worldwide and used for academic, professional and immigration purposes.
TKT is designed for English language teachers whose native language is not English. It focuses on the teaching knowledge needed by teachers of primary, secondary or adult learners of English, anywhere in the world. It is also ideal for people who would like to teach English but have not yet started teaching. It can increase your confidence and enhance your job prospects.
BEC Preliminary BEC Vantage BEC Higher Cambridge English: Business Certificates (CEFR B1/B2/C1 levels) will help you to achieve your ambitions to: work abroad, work with international organisations in your own country and study business-related subjects taught in English. They show that you can use English confidently in international business environments. BEC is a suite of three English language qualifications for international business:
HOW TO REGISTER FOR CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH EXAMS?
Print out and fill the registration form available on our web site
If you are taking a test for studying in the UK please indicate your passport number in the registration form and register for a standard (not for school) exam.
Remember that if you are 17 years or younger your parent/guardian should sign page 2 of the registration form as a consent that a photo will be taken of a candidate on the test day. If you are 18 or older it is enough to provide only your signature on page 2 of the candidate registration form.
Pay registration fee (in national currency - GEL).
Bank Details: Bank code: TRESGE22, Account name: National Assessment and Examinations Center, Account number: 707627499. Please quote Candidate Name, Personal Number, Exam Title, Exam Type (e.g. PB or CB, quote only abbreviations for paper-based or computer-based exams) and Exam Date in the Description field on the payment slip: (e.g. Ketevan Kakhadze, 01017005614, PET- PB, 15.03.2014).
Submit the payment slip, copy of your ID document and your filled registration form to the National Assessment and Examinations Center, 9 Mindeli Street, Tbilisi.
Remember that if a candidate aged 17 years or younger does not own suitable ID, he/she should submit a completed copy of the Candidate ID form also available on our website. Two passport-type photographs should be attached to the document and the school/the preparation centre teacher is asked to sign partially across both of the photographs.
· Application KET, PET, FCE, CAE 2018
· 17 Candidate ID Form for candidates aged 17 years or younger
· Cambridge exam dates and fees 2018
· Payment Information
· Sample Questions (http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/learning-english/exam-preparation/)