- The examination consists of five papers: Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening and Speaking.
- (20 hours per week- face to face plus 5 hours test practice)
First (Upper Intermediate) Daytime and Evening
FCE is the most popular of all the Cambridge examinations. It shows that students can use English confidently in a variety of situations and is proof of ability to do office work or take a course of study in English.
Advanced (Advanced) Daytime and Evening
CAE is an increasingly popular examination for students at advanced level who may need English for work at a professional or managerial level or who want to follow a course of academic study at university level.
Proﬁciency (Very Advanced) Daytime
CPE is a very high level examination for students needing a level approaching that of an educated native speaker. It is proof of ability to cope at a high academic or professional level. The course is suitable for those who have a wide vocabulary, enjoy literature and a range of other reading material.
Course length and hours of study
January, March, June & September 10 or 12 weeks duration
20 hours of classroom lessons + 5 hours per week of supervised Cambridge exam-oriented self-study test practice after class to focus on exam techniques. All Cambridge Exam Preparation students must also sit for at least one Cambridge exam at the end of the course.