English exams in ASB

Cambridge University Exams

Evalutation of Cambridge University exams complies with the five national scales set by the Association of Language Testers in Europe (ALTE).
Tests cover four language skills: understanding, talking, reading and writing. They include a full range of tasks that allow for the evaluation of candidates in practical and varied language situations.

Cambridge exams are used to evaluate proper communication in English.
To find out more about the way Cambridge exams comply with the European Common Reference for Languages (CECRL) please go to :
Cambridge EFL exams are recognised by universities, employers and the Department of Education of many countries.
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➢ Preliminary English Test: Level 2
PET is a lower intermediate test of English. Every year, over 60,000 people in more than 50 countries sit this test. This level certifies proper linguistic skills allowing for limited but efficient performance in familiar situations.
➢ First Certificate in English: Level 3
At that level students develop linguistic knowledge allowing them to work or study in an anglophone environment with a proven general language practice in diverse situations. For example a person can take part in discussions on a practical point of view.
➢ Certificate in Advanced English: Level 4
At that level students have acquired good mastering of language use in a range of current situations worldwide. For example a person can take an active part in conversations and meetings.
➢ Certificate of Proficiency in English: Level 5
At that level students have acquired an excellent mastering of language use in most situations. For example a person can confidently, on any topic, argue, justify and comment in a convincing way.
 
A large number of universities in Great Britain, North America and worldwide accept certifications and diplomas of students who succeed levels 4 and 5. These confirm their adequate language mastering and readiness for course registration.
 

PTE Pearson Exam

PTE Pearson Exams were created in 1982 by the University of London. These exams evaluate written and oral comprehension and expression.
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➢ Pearson Test of English Young Learners
These tests are organised and set to encourage children to use the English language. Our school offers the possibility for children in year 6 (CM2) to sit level 1 (Firstwords) or 2 (Springboard) of the PTE Young Learners.
 
➢ Pearson Test of English General
All 6 levels of PTE General are linked to the European Common Reference for Languages (CECRL).
Levels 4 and 5 of the PTE General allow access to universities in Great Britain.
Level A1: CECRL level A1
Level 1: CECRL level A2
Level 2: CECRL level B1
Level 3: CECRL level B2 : competent use of English
 
Level 4: CECRL level C1 : competent use of English and access to universities in the United Kingdom. At that level students have acquired good mastering of language use in a range of current situations worldwide. For example a person can take an active part in conversations and meetings.
 
Level 5: CECRL level C2: for advanced users of English and admission to 3rd cycle studies. At that level students have acquired an excellent mastering of language use in most situations. For example a person can confidently, on any topic, argue, justify and comment in a convincing way.
 

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