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Computer-based Exams - Free Practice Tests
Most Cambridge English exams are available to be taken as a computer or paper-based test. This has added more exam dates each year allowing the exam to be taken when candidates are ready for it.
Paper-based (PB) and computer-based (CB) tests are different versions of the same exam.They lead to exactly the same certificate and are scored in exactly the same way. The two versions allow you more choice in how you take the exam.
If you take the computer-based exam, you can register for your exam later (up to three weeks before the exam date) and you will receive your exam results more quickly (in two weeks instead of four weeks for paper-based tests).
|There is a huge range of free exam preparation resources for candidates and for teachers preparing students for the Cambridge English exams. You can download sample papers with answer keys, worksheets, vocabulary lists, classroom activities, exam guides and the Handbook for Teachers for each exam.|
There is also a comprehensive publisher list where you will find the official study books and the books available for each Cambridge English exam.
Test your English online:
|Free Practice Tests|
Try a computer-based sample Advanced exam paper.
|Paper and pencil tests|
You can download free sample papers from the "Support" tab on each exam page.
|Books for Study|
|First and Advanced Practice Test Packs |
These authentic examination papers provide candidates with an excellent opportunity to familiarise themselves with the content and format of the updated Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), First (FCE) and First for Schools exams and to practise exam techniques. This with answers edition includes guidance on the speaking test as well as answer keys, tape scripts and model compositions. The accompanying Audio CDs contain the recorded material for the listening component of the exams.
|Free Cambridge English resources
Improve your English listening skills
This Cambridge English new audio series tells a story about university students Geeta and Paul. They are struggling with their coursework, when a mysterious professor offers to help. Each of the seven episodes comes with B1-B2 level activities to help learners practise the language used in each episode.
|You will find more information about the resources available to help you prepare for your exam on the Cambridge English support webpage:|
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Do you have a disability or special requirements?
Cambridge English offers a number of ways to help people taking the exams who have special requirements, such as:
Hearing or speaking difficulties
For more information on the services we provide, please consult: Special-requirements