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  • EXÁmenes

    Edgington School & Cambridge University Examinations











    En Edgington School of English prepararemos y examinaremos durante el mes de Junio a todos nuestros alumnos. Aquellos que aprueben el exámen con más de un 50% se les entregará el título acreditativo con el equivalente nivel del MCER (Marco común europeo de referencia para las lenguas). Aunque nuestros titulos no están vinculados a Cambridge University utilizaremos estos exámenes para además de mantener un alto estandard, familiarizar al alumno con este formato.


    Para ver las equivalencias entre cursos, exámenes y niveles del (Marco Común Europeo de Referencia para las Lenguas) o MCER aqui


    En ESE los niños realizarán los siguientes exámenes:


    Los alumnos que completen el Kid´s Box 1 y 2 realizarán el Cambridge Starters Descargar con audio.

    Los alumnos que completen el Kid´s Box 3 y 4 realizarán el Cambridge Movers Descargar con audio.

    Los alumnos que completen el Kid´s Box 5 y 6 realizarán el Cambridge Flyers Descargar con audio.





    Los jóvenes realizarán exámenes como estos:


    Cambridge English: Key KET for Schools.


    Cambridge English: Preliminary PET for Schools.


    Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools.





    Los exámenes para adultos serán como los siguientes:


    Cambridge English: Key (KET)


    Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET)


    Cambridge English: First (FCE)


    Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)


    Si desea que le tramitemos la inscripción para realizar alguno de los exámenes de Cambridge bastará con comunicarnoslo y nosotros nos encargaremos del resto (menos hacer el exámen). Edgington School of English está en trámite de ser reconocido como centro preparador de los exámenes de Cambridge University. Trabajamos con el centro examinador de Expert English en Ovideo el cual aconsejamos.

    En Expert English puede encontrar toda la información que necesita en relación a los exámenes de Cambridge. También es posible presentarse por libre. Para consultar las fechas de los exámenes 2015 aquí y exámenes 2016 aquí


    En la siguiente tabla pueden observar la relación entre los diversos cursos y el nivel establecido por MCER (Marco común europeo de referencia para las lenguas) además de los exámenes de Cambridge University correspondientes a cada nivel/curso.




    Sin duda alguna el First es uno de los títulos más populares y de más demanda, abajo incluimos algo más de información a cerca de este título y su exámen.



    Cambridge English: First is an upper intermediate level exam and the third level of the University of Cambridge exams in general English. This exam is set at Level B2 of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework for modern languages.


    The FCE exam is suitable for learners who can communicate for practical everyday purposes such as study and business. Candidates should have a wide range of vocabulary and be able to study or work in an English-speaking environment and cope easily as a tourist.

    FCE is useful preparation for anyone who wishes to take CAE and CPE at a later stage, and valuable for anyone who wants to work or study abroad.

    An FCE certificate has no expiration date. However, some institutions have their own language requirements or policies on how recent they require exam results to be. They may ask you for evidence that you have maintained or improved your level of English since you took your exam. Speak to the institution you are applying to and confirm their individual requirements.

    FCE is a truly international certificate, recognised around the world for business and study purposes. Thousands of employers, universities and government departments officially recognise FCE as an Upper Intermediate qualification in English.


    FCE has 4 papers:

    Reading and Use of English: 1 hour 15 minutes

    You will need to be able to understand information in fiction and non-fiction books, journals, newspapers and magazines. Your use of English will be tested by tasks which show how well you control your grammar and vocabulary.

    Writing: 1 hour 20 minutes

    You will have to show you can produce two different pieces of writing such as a short story, a letter, an article, a report, a review or an essay.

    Listening: 40 minutes

    You need to show you can understand the meaning of a range of spoken material, including news programmes, speeches, stories and anecdotes and public announcements.

    Speaking: 14 minutes

    You will take the Speaking test with another candidate or in a group of three, and you will be tested on your ability to take part in different types of interaction: with the examiner, with the other candidates, and by yourself.


    Reading & Use of English carries 40% and the rest of the tests each carry 20% of the total mark.

    Candidates can access their results through the University of Cambridge results website. For paper-based exams, these will be available after 4 to 6 weeks. For computer-based exams, they will be available after 2 weeks.

    From 2015, results will be reported on the new Cambridge English Scale (replacing the current candidate profile and standardised scores). You will receive a separate score for each of the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and use of English. These scores are averaged to give you an overall result for the exam.

    There are three Pass grades – A (score between 180-190), B (score between 175 and 179), C (score between 160 and 174)– and two Fail grades – Council of Europe Level B1 (140 and 159) and Fail (between 122 and 139).

    There is no minimum pass mark for individual papers. The grade is based on the total score of all 4 papers.

    Certificates are awarded to candidates who score more than 140 and above and are despatched approximately 2 weeks after the results are issued.

































































































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