+ What is Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools?
A2 Key for Schools, formerly known as Cambridge English: Key for Schools (KET for Schools), is one of the Cambridge English Qualifications. It is an exam for school-age learners which will help prepare them for higher-level English language qualifications.
+ What will it say on my certificate, if I take a Cambridge English: Key for Schools exam?
Students who pass Cambridge English: Key for Schools receive the same internationally accepted certificate as those candidates who pass the standard version of this exam.
+ How do I fill in the answer sheet correctly?
You should use a pencil and not a pen. For Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 mark ONE letter for each question. In Parts 6, 7 and 8 write your answers in the spaces next to the numbers. If you make a mistake you can use an eraser and rub it out.
+ Do I have to be a particular age to be able to take a Cambridge English: Key for Schools exam?
No. Candidates of any age can take Cambridge English: Key for Schools. The content of these exams is aimed at school-age learners, so it might not be appropriate for older candidates. They might want to take Cambridge English: Key instead.
+ Do I have to pass each paper in order to pass the whole examination?
No. Your grade is based on your overall score in all the papers.
+ Where can I find more information about A2 Flyers ?
For more information about Cambridge English: Key for Schools visit:https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams/key-for-schools/