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Why Cambridge English?
To make sure our exams are up to date with the latest research in language learning and teaching, we update them regularly. The revision of Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) is now complete and the updated exam will start being used for exam sessions in January 2015.
We’re also introducing changes to the way results are reported. The Cambridge English Scale will give you clearer and more detailed information about your performance, both overall and in the individual components of the exam.
Here are the main changes to the Cambridge English: Advanced exam that start from January 2015:
Read our Brief exam guide for students
A guide to the exam, with advice on preparing for the exam, tips for exam day and useful links.
Download Information for Candidates
Cambridge English: Advanced results will be reported on the new Cambridge English Scale (replacing the current candidate profile and standardised scores).
The results given on the Cambridge English Scale will give you a detailed understanding of your performance. You will receive a separate score for each of the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and use of English. These scores are averaged to give you an overall result for the exam.
If you take another Cambridge English exam in the future, it will also be easy to measure progress from one exam to another, as all results for Cambridge English exams will be reported on the same scale.
Download a factsheet about the Cambridge English Scale