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Course material 2013
Advanced Expert CAE w/ CD ROM
Bell, Jan & Gower, Roger
Advanced Expert CAE
Student's resource book
Bell, Jan & Gower, Roger
RESOURCE BOOK MODULE 1A
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CAE - Exam overview
Cambridge English: Advanced:
is developed by Cambridge ESOL - one of three major exam boards which form Cambridge Assessment Group (Cambridge Assessment). Cambridge Assessment, a not-for-profit department of the University of Cambridge, is Europe’s largest assessment agency. Cambridge Assessment sends out more than 20 million exams papers to over 150 countries around the world every year.
gives an in-depth assessment of your ability and fluency at level C1/C2. This is the unparalleled qualification to prove that you have mastered English. You are well-placed in dealing with complicated academic and professional tasks in English.
empowers you to:
follow any academic course at university level
communicate effectively at managerial and professional level
participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic tutorials and seminars
carry out complex and challenging research
stand out and differentiate yourself
The following are only a few of the international institutions which recognise Cambridge English: Advanced:
University of Cambridge, UK
University of Oxford, UK
King's College London (University of London), UK
California Institute of Technology (CALTECH), USA
University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, USA
McGill University, Canada
University of Toronto, Canada
Monash University, Australia
University of New South Wales, Australia
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
View the full recognition list.
Format of the exam
The CAE examination has five papers – each carries 20% of the total marks.
: 1 hour 15 minutes
Shows you can deal confidently with different types of text.
: 1 hour 30 minutes
Requires you to be able to write a variety of different items; such as essays, proposals, reports and reviews.
Use of English
: 1 hour
Tests your ability to use the right words, tenses and idioms in the right situation, at the right time.
: 40 minutes
Requires being able to follow and understand a range of spoken materials; such as lectures, speeches and interviews.
: 15 minutes
Tests your ability to communicate effectively in face-to-face situations. You will take the test with one or two other candidates.
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