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Find out more about Cambridge First, Advanced and Proficiency.


The Cambridge First Exam is the most popular Cambridge English exam and is at a level of B2.

Cambridge Advanced

C1 Advanced helps you develop the skills to make the most of studying, working and living in English-speaking countries.

Cambridge Proficiency

The Cambridge Proficiency exam is the highest qualification and proof that you are a very good speaker of English.

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Cambridge Reading & Use of English Exams

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Cambridge Listening Exams


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Cambridge Speaking Exams

Learn what you need to do in our guide

Cambridge Writing Exams

Learn about the different writing exercises in each exam

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Cambridge Speaking Exams

What can I expect?

First & Advanced

There are 4 exercises in the Cambridge First & Advanced exams.

Part 1 is a number of very general questions, which each candidate is asked in turn.

Part 2 is where each candidate compares two pictures. In the Cambridge First the candidates get 2 pictures. In the Advanced exam they receive 3 pictures.

Part 3 is in two parts. There is a topic and some questions to discuss together.
In the second part of the task there is a different question to answer.

In Part 4 the theme is the same as in Part 3. Candidates discuss questions about this theme in more detail.


There are 3 exercises in the Proficiency speaking exam.

Part 1 consists of personal but very general questions which each candidate is asked in turn.

Part 2  is the picture section of the exam and is in two parts. Candidates discuss 2 pictures first and then talk about all of the pictures. 

Part 3 is where candidates perform a presentation or an extended talk and then discuss some of themes in the exercise. 

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First Exam


Learn all about the Cambridge First exam, how it is organised and what each of the different parts is about. 

–  Explore each part of each exam.

–  Learn key strategies. 

–  6 hours of extra practice exercises to improve reading, Use of English and Writing performance.