Cambridge English: Key for Schools (Key English Test for Schools - KET)
Cambridge English: Key for Schools, also known as Key English Test (KET) for Schools, is a pre-intermediate qualification. It demonstrates that a person has achieved a good foundation in English and can use the language to communicate in simple situations.
It is targeted at Level A2 on the CEFR scale. Candidates can choose to take Cambridge English: Key as either a paper-based or a computer-based exam.
Cambridge English: Key is aimed at learners who want to:
- understand and use basic phrases and expressions
- introduce and answer basic questions about themselves
- interact with English speakers who talk slowly and clearly
- write short, simple notes.
Cambridge English: Key for Schools follows exactly the same format and level as Cambridge English: Key, also known as Key English Test (KET). The only difference is that the content and treatment of topics in the particular test have been particularly targeted to the interests and experience of school pupils.
Cambridge English: Key is recognized by a wide range of companies and educational institutions around the world.
- Academic support for Language School Owners and language teachers
- KET for Schools Format and Content
- Ban on Cambridge English candidates bringing mobile phones or any other electronic devices into examinations rooms