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asked in category: General Last Updated: 3rd April, 2020

What level is Cambridge Flyers?

Cambridge English: Young Learners demonstrates language proficiency at various levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Cambridge English: Starters is focused on pre-A1, Cambridge English: Movers is focused on Level A1 and Cambridge English: Flyers is focused on Level A2.

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Likewise, what age is Cambridge Starters for?

Cambridge English: Starters is the first of three Cambridge English: Young Learners (YLE) tests for children between the ages of 7 and 12. This test will encourage your child to learn English from an early age and create a positive attitude to language tests.

Subsequently, question is, why do all children who attempt the YLE tests receive an award? All children attempting the tests receive an award which focuses on what they know, rather than penalises them for what they do not know. Fairness to candidates and reliability of test scores were the key motivations for a systematic review of this aspect of the YLE marking policy.

Also question is, how long is the flyers reading and writing exam?

A2 Flyers Reading and Writing test has seven parts.

Summary.

Time allowed: 40 minutes
Number of questions: 44 questions
Marks: a maximum of five shields

What is the Cambridge exam?

Cambridge English (also known as ESOL) is a department of Cambridge University. Their English exams Proficiency (CPE), Advanced (CAE), First (FCE), Preliminary (PET) and Key (KET) are recognised around the world by thousands of employers, universities and government ministries as proof of ability to use English.

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