Exam Preparation

To help you prepare for your Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam, we have a range of practice materials available for you to download for free or to purchase: http://bit.ly/148H07c

It's a really good idea to familiarise yourself with the test format before taking the exam so that you'll know exactly what is expected of you on test day. You can find more information about the exam here: http://bit.ly/10JAEVu

Speaking tips:
There are many things you can do to practise speaking in English, such as using Skype with English speaking friends, speaking in English to friends or teachers or joining an English speaking club. If there isn’t an English speaking club near you, you could always start one! You can find more about what to expect in the Speaking test here: http://bit.ly/10JAEVu

Writing tips:
You can practise your writing skills by completing timed essays. Always check after completing a task that you’ve addressed the question fully and no important details are missing. You can find more about what to expect in the Writing test here: http://bit.ly/10JAEVu

Listening tips:
To practise your listening skills, you can listen to the radio or podcasts in English, Skype with English speaking friends, listen to music or watch movies in English. You can find more about what to expect in the Listening test here: http://bit.ly/10JAEVu

Reading tips:
You can practise your reading skills by reading a wide range of materials, such as books, newspapers, magazines and reports. You can find more about what to expect in the Reading test here: http://bit.ly/10JAEVu

Use of English:
More information on what to expect in the Use of English paper can be found here: http://bit.ly/10JAEVu

A huge range of official Cambridge English preparation materials are also available from the Cambridge University Press website: http://bit.ly/ZDS0I6