Cambridge English: First (FCE)
Cambridge English: First is an upper-intermediate level qualification that is recognised by governments, universities and employers around the world.
There are four papers: Reading and Use of English, Écriture, Speaking and Listening.
Reading and Use of English: 1 heure 15 procès-verbal
Candidates need to be able to understand texts from publications such as fiction and non-fiction books, journals, journaux et magazines.
Écriture: 1 heure 20 procès-verbal
Candidates have to show that they can produce two different pieces of writing: a compulsory task in Part 1 and one from a choice of three in Part 2.
Écoute: 40 procès-verbal (environ)
Candidates need to show that they can understand the meaning of a range of spoken material; including lectures, émissions de radio, speeches and talks.
S'exprimant: 14 procès-verbal
Candidates take the Speaking test with another candidate or in a group of three, and are tested on their ability to take part in different types of interaction; with the examiner, with the other candidate and by themselves.
Votre Cambridge First Certificate in English seront reconnus par des milliers de grandes entreprises et institutions éducatives à travers le monde. It is an achievement you can be really proud of.