FCE

INFORMACIÓN SOBRE EL EXAMEN FCE

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Cambridge English: First, also known as First Certificate in English (FCE), is an upper-intermediate level qualification. It proves you can use everyday written and spoken English for work or study purposes.

Updated exam specifications from January 2015

To make sure our exams are up to date with the latest research in language learning and teaching, we review them regularly. The revision of Cambridge English: First (FCE) is now complete and the updated exam will start being used for exam sessions in January 2015. We’re also introducing changes to the way results are reported. The Cambridge English Scale will enable us to give you clearer and more detailed information about your performance, both overall and in the individual elements of the exam.

  1. Take the exam

    Around 2,800 centres worldwide offer Cambridge English exams. Find a centre near you and register to take your exam.

    Find an exam centre near you

  2. Why take the exam?

    Every year, thousands of people who want to use English to improve their work and study prospects take Cambridge English: First.

    Why take Cambridge English: First?

Academic and professional English exams

Cambridge English: First (FCE)
Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)
Cambridge English: Business Certificates (BEC)
Cambridge English: Legal (ILEC)
Cambridge English: Financial (ICFE)
BULATS
IELTS

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SOURCE: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams/first/

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