C2 Proficient (CPE)
C2 Proficiency is the highest level exam offered by Cambridge English Language Assessment. It is at Level C2 (CEFR scale), and is accepted by universities and employers worldwide as an indication that you have achieved an extremely high level of skill in the English language.
C1 Advanced (CAE)
C1 Advanced is an Cambridge English exam at Level C1 (CEFR scale). It is accepted by universities, employers and government departments worldwide as an indication that you have achieved a high level of skill in the English language. Preparing for Cambridge English exam: C1 Advanced (CAE) helps learners develop the skills to make the most of studying, working and living in English-speaking countries.
B2 First (FCE)
B2 First is for learners who have an upper-intermediate level of English, at Level B2 (CEFR scale). It is recognised all around the world by thousands of employers, as well as colleges and universities, as proof that you can use everyday written and spoken English for work or study purposes.
B1 Preliminary (PET)
B1 Preliminary is an Cambridge English exam at Level B1 (CEFR scale). There isn’t a specific age for taking B1 Preliminary but the topics and content of the exam are more suited to older teens and people who have left school.
A2 Key (KET)
A2 Key is an English language exam at Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). There isn’t a specific age for taking A2 Key but the content of the exam suits older teens and those who have left school.