The Cambridge CPE is celebrating its 100th year in 2013 so they are introducing an updated version of the CPE Advanced Test. This post is an explanation of the Use of English part of the test.
The Cambridge CPE Writing Test will show that you have perfect command with the English Language in Writing. In March 2013, Cambridge is redesigning the test so that it is shorter, only one and a half hours instead of two. The word length of the writing is shorter so you can spend more time on crafting the writing to be … Read More
The Listening section of the Cambridge Proficiency Exam tests your ability to understand a variety of spoken subjects. You are tested with another person, who you may not know at all. There are two examiners, one will ask the questions and the other listens and takes notes. There are four parts of the exam. The first part of the exam is short … Read More
The Speaking section of the Cambridge Proficiency Exam (CPE) tests your ability to speak English in different situations. CPE speaking section: first part The first part is an interview section. You talk about a common topic on your own. A sample topic could be about how important English is in your country, or how important is modern technology in your country. … Read More
The Cambridge Proficiency Exam (CPE) – new version is being introduced in 2013 to better meet the needs of employeers, Univerisities and Immigration. This test certifies that the student knows English at Level C2, the highest level. If you pass this test, you can be sure that you can deal with any situation in English, in all of the main … Read More