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The English language exam that shows you have mastered the basics.
A Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) qualification shows that you have mastered the basics of English and now have practical language skills for everyday use.
Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) is made up of three papers developed to test your English skills. You can see exactly what’s in each paper below.
Reading and Writing
(1 hour 30 minutes)
Shows you can read and understand the main points from signs, newspapers and magazines, and can use vocabulary and structure correctly.
(36 minutes, including 6 minutes' transfer time)
You have to be able to follow and understand a range of spoken materials including announcements and discussions about everyday life.
(10–12 minutes per pair of candidates)
Shows how good your spoken English is as you take part in conversation by asking/answering questions and talking, for example, about your likes and dislikes. Your Speaking test will be conducted face to face with one or two other candidates and two examiners. This makes your test more realistic and more reliable.
Here you will find exam dates for Cambridge English: Preliminary. You take the Reading and Writing, and Listening papers on the same day. You will take the Speaking test up to several days before or after the other papers.
In order to Download FREE Paper-based and Computer-based sample tests, please go to the following link: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams/preliminary/
On the page you can also find:
Cambridge English: Preliminary gives detailed, meaningful results. You will receive a Statement of Results. If your performance ranges between CEFR Levels B2 and A2, you will also receive a certificate.
Your Statement of Results contains the following information:
Certificates are normally sent to exam centres within three months of the exam. Please contact your centre if you need to know the specific date. Your certificate can be awarded at different levels, depending on your achievement.
Cambridge English: Preliminary – Level B2
Pass with Distinction
Exceptional candidates sometimes show ability beyond Level B1. If you achieve a Pass with Distinction, you will receive the Preliminary English Test certificate stating that you demonstrated ability at Level B2.
Cambridge English: Preliminary – Level B1
Pass with Merit, Pass
If you achieve a Pass or Pass with Merit in your exam, you will be awarded the Preliminary English Test certificate at Level B1. Reaching this level shows that you are developing your language abilities and are ready for the next challenge.
Level A2 certificate
We believe it is important to recognise your achievement, even if you do not reach Level B1. If your performance falls within Level A2, you will receive a Cambridge English certificate stating that you demonstrated ability at Level A2.
Yes, the fastest way for you to get your exam results is to sign up for the Cambridge English FREE online results service. Please request more information when you register.
You can let employers, universities or other organisations check your results online.
Just send them your Candidate ID and Candidate Secret Number (printed on your Confirmation of Entry) and they can check your results quickly, easily and securely online at www.cambridgeenglish.org/verifiers
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