Examination Session 2016

 

 

CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH EXAMINATIONS

2017

    The Registration Period for all exams scheduled has started.

Please note the deadline for each examination session.

 

According to Cambridge English Language Assessment Regulations, all examinations (paper-based and   computer-based) are subject to minimum entry requirements

 

 PAPER-BASED EXAMINATIONS

EXAMINATION

DATES

EXAMINATION FEES

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

KEY for SCHOOLS

22nd APRIL    2017

€ 80

3rd MARCH 2017

14th  MAY      2017

31st MARCH 2017

10th  JUNE     2017

28th APRIL 2017

PRELIMINARY for SCHOOLS

22nd APRIL    2017

€ 85

3rd MARCH 2017

14th  MAY      2017

31st MARCH 2017

10th  JUNE     2017

28th APRIL 2017

FIRST for SCHOOLS

13th  MAY  2017

€ 160

31st MARCH 2017

10th  JUNE  2017

28th APRIL 2017

ADVANCED (CAE)

22nd APRIL    2017

€ 150

3rd MARCH 2017

13th  MAY  2017

31st MARCH 2017

24th  JUNE     2017

2nd MAY 2017

PROFICIENCY (CPE)

14th  MAY      2017

€ 180

31st MARCH 2017

 

 

 

COMPUTER-BASED EXAMINATIONS

EXAMINATION

DATES

EXAMINATION FEES

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

KEY for SCHOOLS

15th  MARCH    2017

70

27th FEBRUARY 2017

19th  MAY      2017

28th APRIL 2017

22nd  JUNE      2017

5th JUNE 2017

PRELIMINARY for SCHOOLS

15th  MARCH    2017

€ 75

27th FEBRUARY 2017

19th  MAY      2017

28th APRIL 2017

22nd  JUNE      2017

5th JUNE 2017

FIRST for SCHOOLS

24th  MAY  2017

€ 150

24th APRIL 2017

17th  JUNE  2017

29th MAY 2017

ADVANCED (CAE)

17TH MARCH 2017

€ 140

27th FEBRUARY 2017

27th MAY 2017

2nd MAY 2017

17TH JUNE 2017

29th MAY 2017

PROFICIENCY (CPE)

4th  MARCH 2017

€ 170

10th FEBRUARY 2017

26th  MAY 2017

2nd MAY 2017

15th  JULY  2017

23rd JUNE 2017

18th NOVEMBER 2017

To be announced

 

 

 

 

 

EXAMINATION

DATES

EXAMINATION FEES

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

KEY for SCHOOLS

22nd APRIL    2017

€ 80

3rd MARCH 2017

14th  MAY      2017

31st MARCH 2017

10th  JUNE     2017

28th APRIL 2017

PRELIMINARY for SCHOOLS

22nd APRIL    2017

€ 85

3rd MARCH 2017

14th  MAY      2017

31st MARCH 2017

10th  JUNE     2017

28th APRIL 2017

FIRST for SCHOOLS

13th  MAY  2017

€ 160

31st MARCH 2017

10th  JUNE  2017

28th APRIL 2017

ADVANCED (CAE)

22nd APRIL    2017

€ 150

3rd MARCH 2017

13th  MAY  2017

31st MARCH 2017

24th  JUNE     2017

2nd MAY 2017

PROFICIENCY (CPE)

14th  MAY      2017

€ 180

31st MARCH 2017

Young Learners English

young learners

The Cambridge Young Learners English Tests are designed specially for children between the ages of seven and twelve.

LEVELS 
The tests consist of three key levels of assessment:

Starters Movers Flyers
For children from the age of seven, after about 100 hours of English language learning. A typical candidate is aged eight to eleven and has completed 175 hours of English language learning. A typical candidate is aged nine to twelve and has completed 250 hours of English language learning. Flyers is equivalent to the level of the Cambridge Key English Test (KET).


WHAT ARE THE TEST LIKE?

Starters, Movers and Flyers:

  • are designed to be interesting and enjoyable
  • focus on simple, relevant and meaningful language use
  • encourage effective teaching and learning
  • provide every student with a reward for his or her efforts as there are no fail grades
  • test all four language skills - listening, speaking, writing and reading
  • create a positive attitude to testing
  • represent a first step on the Cambridge ladder of achievement in English language learning.

YLE Exam Dates

 young learners

 

Can be taken any time of the year providing the minimum required number of 10 candidates at any level is reached(no less than 4 per level).

 

In order to take the YLE examination at a desired date; first contact our offices and set the date.

Once this has been agreed upon, provisional candidate numbers must be sent no later than

 8 Weeks before the set date. 

Final registration and fees must be made 6 Weeks prior to the examination date.

 

 

 

EXAMINATION

EXAMINATION FEES

     YLE

 

€ 60(EACH LEVEL)

 

 

 

 

SET DATES:

 

EXAMINATION

DATES

EXAMINATION FEES

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

YLE

CORINTH

10TH JUNE 2017

60(EACH LEVEL)

21ST APRIL 2017

YLE

TRIPOLI

27TH MAY 2017

60(EACH LEVEL)

10TH MARCH 2017

YLE

SPARTI

3RD JUNE2017

60(EACH LEVEL)

14TH APRIL 2017

 

 

For more information on any aspect of the registration process, or our services, please contact us.

KET and PET (for Schools)

key for_schools
KEY ENGLISH Test (KET)

The Key English Test (KET) is at Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). It offers a basic qualification in English and is the first step towards Cambridge Level Two, the Preliminary English Test (PET) and the rest of the Cambridge ESOL Examinations.

KET FOR SCHOOLS
KET for Schools follows exactly the same format as KET and the level of the question papers is identical. The only difference is that this test is specially designed for school pupils, making it the ideal choice for pupils at this level.

preliminary for_schools

PRELIMINARY ENGLISH Test (PET)

The Preliminary English Test (PET) is at level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). A learner at this level can use English in a range of everyday situations requiring a fairly predictable use of language in their own or a foreign country, with native and non-native speakers of English.

PET FOR SCHOOLS
PET for Schools follows exactly the same format as PET and the level of the question papers is identical. The only difference is that this test is specially designed for school pupils, making it the ideal choice for pupils at this level.

The computer-based tests are the same as the paper and pen tests and lead to the same internationally recognised Cambridge ESOL certificate - only the method of completing the test is different.

FCE, CAE and CPE (FCEfS)

First Certificate in English (FCE)
Learners at this level are expected to be able to handle the main structures of English with some confidence, demonstrate knowledge of a wide range of vocabulary and use appropriate communication skills in a variety of social situations.

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First Certificate in English for Schools (FCEfS)

The First Certificate in English for Schools, available from May 2011, is a new version of the well-known FCE exam. It follows exactly the same format as FCE and the level of the test is identical. The test is specially designed for school-age learners, making it the ideal choice for candidates at this level. A sample paper is available here: www.cambridgeesol.gr/exams/exams-schools/fce-schools.html

What are the benefits of FCE for Schools?

  • Same recognition and level as FCE
  • Content and treatment of topics in FCE for Schools have been particularly targeted at the interests and experience of school-age learners
  • Friendly test and the ideal choice for school-age learners
  • Available to all candidates regardless of age

advanced

Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

The Certificate in Advanced English is set at Level C1 of the Council of Europe Common Framework for modern languages. Learners at this level are expected to be able to use the structures of English with ease and fluency. At this level learners are expected to cope in most situations that would arise in an English-speaking country, socially, professionally and in higher education.

Candidates usually need to study for about two years after passing FCE to be successful at CAE.

proficiency

Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)

The Certificate of Proficiency in English is set at Level C2 of the Council of Europe Common Framework for modern languages. It is a very advanced level exam, and is appropriate for learners who have achieved a high level of language skills and are able to function effectively in almost any English-speaking context.