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A2 Key and A2 Key for Schools, for exams from 2020. Reading Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, The Reading section consists of Parts 1 5 of the Reading and Writing paper Correct test score Scale score. answers in Parts 1 5 are worth 1 mark each There are 30 possible marks in the 28 140 Level B1. Reading section 20 120 Level A2, 13 100 Level A1, minimum score reported for A2 Key. Writing Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, The Writing section consists of Parts 6 and 7 of the Reading and Writing paper test score Scale score. Candidates answers in the Writing paper are marked by trained examiners who are 26 140 Level B1. certificated to mark at the level Parts 6 and 7 are marked using assessment scales 18 120 Level A2. which are linked to the CEFR 0 5 marks are given for each of the following criteria. 12 100 Level A1, Content Organisation and Language There are a possible 15 marks for Part 6 and.
15 possible marks for Part 7 Whole marks only are awarded there are no half marks 8 82. given Marks for each of the criteria are combined to give 15 possible marks for each minimum score reported for A2 Key. part In total there are 30 possible marks in the Writing paper. Listening Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Correct answers in the Listening paper are worth 1 mark each There are 25 possible test score Scale score. marks in the Listening paper 23 140 Level B1, 17 120 Level A2. 11 100 Level A1, minimum score reported for A2 Key. Speaking Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Candidates take the test in pairs but are assessed on their individual performance test score Scale score. by trained examiners certificated to examine at the level Candidate speaking 41 140 Level B1. performances are assessed using scales which are linked to the CEFR The assessor 27 120 Level A2. gives 0 5 marks for each of the following criteria Grammar and Vocabulary. 18 100 Level A1, Pronunciation and Interactive Communication Marks for each of these criteria are.
doubled The interlocutor gives a mark of 0 5 for Global Achievement This mark is 10 82. then multiplied by three Examiners may award half marks Marks for all criteria are minimum score reported for A2 Key. then combined meaning there are 45 marks available in the Speaking test. Copyright UCLES 2019 CER 4240 V2 AUG19, B1 Preliminary and B1 Preliminary for Schools. for exams from 2020, Reading Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. The Reading paper consists of six parts Correct answers in Parts 1 6 are worth test score Scale score. 1 mark each There are 32 possible marks in the Reading paper 29 160 Level B2. 23 140 Level B1, 13 120 Level A2, minimum score reported for B1 Preliminary. Writing Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, The Writing paper consists of two parts Candidates answers in the Writing paper test score Scale score. are marked by trained examiners who are certificated to mark at the level using 34 160 Level B2. assessment scales which are linked to the CEFR 0 5 marks are given for each of 24 140 Level B1. the following criteria Content Communicative Achievement Organisation and 16 120 Level A2. Language Whole marks only are awarded there are no half marks given Part 1 is. worth 20 marks and Part 2 is worth 20 marks There are 40 possible marks in the minimum score reported for B1 Preliminary. Writing paper, Listening Practice Cambridge English CEFR level.
Correct answers in the Listening paper are worth 1 mark each There are 25 possible test score Scale score. marks in the Listening paper 23 160 Level B2, 18 140 Level B1. 11 120 Level A2, minimum score reported for B1 Preliminary. Speaking Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Candidates take the test in pairs but are assessed on their individual performance test score Scale score. by trained examiners certificated to examine at the level Candidate speaking 27 160 Level B2. performances are assessed using scales which are linked to the CEFR The assessor 18 140 Level B1. gives 0 5 marks for each of the following criteria Grammar and Vocabulary 12 120 Level A2. Discourse Management Pronunciation and Interactive Communication The. interlocutor gives a mark of 0 5 for Global Achievement and this mark is doubled minimum score reported for B1 Preliminary. Examiners may award half marks Marks for all criteria are then combined meaning. there are 30 marks available in the Speaking test, Copyright UCLES 2019 CER 4240 V2 AUG19. B2 First and B2 First for Schools, Reading Practice Cambridge English CEFR level.
The Reading section consists of Parts 1 5 6 and 7 of the Reading and Use of test score Scale score. English paper Correct answers in Parts 1 and 7 are worth 1 mark each Correct 37 180 Level C1. answers in Parts 5 and 6 are worth 2 marks each There are 42 possible marks in 24 160 Level B2. the Reading section 16 140 Level B1, minimum score reported for B2 First. Use of English Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. The Use of English section consists of Parts 2 3 and 4 of the Reading and Use of test score Scale score. English paper Correct answers in Parts 2 and 3 are worth 1 mark each In Part 4 24 180 Level C1. answers which are partly correct receive 1 mark and answers which are completely 18 160 Level B2. correct receive 2 marks There are 28 possible marks in the Use of English section 11 140 Level B1. minimum score reported for B2 First, Writing Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. Candidates answers in the Writing paper are marked by trained examiners who test score Scale score. are certificated to mark at the level Answers are marked using assessment scales 34 180 Level C1. which are linked to the CEFR 0 5 marks are given for each of the following criteria 24 160 Level B2. Content Communicative Achievement Organisation and Language Whole marks 16 140 Level B1. only are awarded there are no half marks given Marks for each of the criteria are. combined to give 20 possible marks for each question There are 40 possible marks minimum score reported for B2 First. for the whole paper, Listening Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. Correct answers in the Listening paper are worth 1 mark each There are 30 possible test score Scale score. marks in the Listening paper 27 180 Level C1, 18 160 Level B2. 12 140 Level B1, minimum score reported for B2 First.
Speaking Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Candidates take the test in pairs but are assessed on their individual performance test score Scale score. by trained examiners certificated to examine at the level Candidate speaking 54 180 Level C1. performances are assessed using scales which are linked to the CEFR The assessor 36 160 Level B2. gives 0 5 marks for each of the following criteria Grammar and Vocabulary 24 140 Level B1. Discourse Management Pronunciation and Interactive Communication Marks. for each of these criteria are doubled The interlocutor gives a mark of 0 5 for minimum score reported for B2 First. Global Achievement This mark is then multiplied by four Examiners may award. half marks Marks for all criteria are then combined meaning there are 60 marks. available in the Speaking test, Copyright UCLES 2019 CER 4240 V2 AUG19. C1 Advanced, Reading Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. The Reading section consists of Parts 1 5 6 7 and 8 of the Reading and Use of test score Scale score. English paper Correct answers in Parts 1 and 8 are worth 1 mark each Correct 43 200 C2. answers in Parts 5 6 and 7 are worth 2 marks each There are 50 possible marks in 32 180 C1. the Reading section 23 160 B2, minimum score reported for C1 Advanced. Use of English Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. The Use of English section consists of Parts 2 3 and 4 of the Reading and Use of test score Scale score. English paper Correct answers in Parts 2 and 3 are worth 1 mark each In Part 4 23 200 C2. answers which are partly correct receive 1 mark and answers which are completely 16 180 C1. correct receive 2 marks There are 28 possible marks in the Use of English section 11 160 B2. minimum score reported for C1 Advanced, Writing Practice Cambridge English CEFR level.
Candidates answers in the Writing paper are marked by trained examiners who test score Scale score. are certificated to mark at the level Answers are marked using assessment scales 34 200 C2. which are linked to the CEFR 0 5 marks are given for each of the following criteria 24 180 C1. Content Communicative Achievement Organisation and Language Whole marks 16 160 B2. only are awarded there are no half marks given Marks for each of the criteria are. combined to give 20 possible marks for each question There are 40 possible marks minimum score reported for C1 Advanced. for the whole paper, Listening Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. Correct answers in the Listening paper are worth 1 mark each There are 30 possible test score Scale score. marks in the Listening paper 26 200 C2, minimum score reported for C1 Advanced. Speaking Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Candidates take the test in pairs but are assessed on their individual performance test score Scale score. by trained examiners certificated to examine at the level Candidate speaking 66 200 C2. performances are assessed using scales which are linked to the CEFR The assessor 45 180 C1. gives 0 5 marks for each of the following criteria Grammatical Resource Lexical 30 160 B2. Resource Discourse Management Pronunciation and Interactive Communication. Marks for each of these criteria are doubled The interlocutor gives a mark of 0 5 for minimum score reported for C1 Advanced. Global Achievement This mark is then multiplied by five Examiners may award half. marks Marks for all criteria are then combined meaning there are 75 marks available. in the Speaking test, Copyright UCLES 2019 CER 4240 V2 AUG19. C2 Proficiency, Reading Practice Cambridge English CEFR level.
The Reading section consists of Parts 1 5 6 and 7 of the Reading and Use of English test score Scale score. paper Correct answers in Parts 1 and 7 are worth 1 mark each Correct answers in Parts 36 220 C2. 5 and 6 are worth 2 marks each There are 44 possible marks in the Reading section 28 200 C2. minimum score reported for C2 Proficiency, Use of English Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. The Use of English section consists of Parts 2 3 and 4 of the Reading and Use of test score Scale score. English paper Correct answers in Parts 2 and 3 are worth 1 mark each In Part 4 22 220 C2. answers which are partly correct receive 1 mark and answers which are completely 17 200 C2. correct receive 2 marks There are 28 possible marks in the Use of English section 13 180 C1. minimum score reported for C2 Proficiency, Writing Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. Candidates answers in the Writing paper are marked by trained examiners who test score Scale score. are certificated to mark at the level Answers are marked using assessment scales 34 220 C2. which are linked to the CEFR 0 5 marks are given for each of the following criteria 24 200 C2. Content Communicative Achievement Organisation and Language Whole marks 16 180 C1. only are awarded there are no half marks given Marks for each of the criteria are. combined to give 20 possible marks for each question There are 40 possible marks minimum score reported for C2 Proficiency. for the whole paper, Listening Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. Correct answers in the Listening paper are worth 1 mark each There are 30 possible test score Scale score. marks in the Listening paper 24 220 C2, minimum score reported for C2 Proficiency. Speaking Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Candidates take the test in pairs but are assessed on their individual performance test score Scale score.
by trained examiners certificated to examine at the level Candidate speaking 66 220 C2. performances are assessed using scales which are linked to the CEFR The assessor 45 200 C2. gives 0 5 marks for each of the following criteria Grammatical Resource Lexical 30 180 C1. Resource Discourse Management Pronunciation and Interactive Communication. Marks for each of these criteria are doubled The interlocutor gives a mark of 0 5 minimum score reported for C2 Proficiency. for Global Achievement This mark is then multiplied by five Examiners may award. half marks Marks for all criteria are then combined meaning there are 75 marks. available in the Speaking test, Copyright UCLES 2019 CER 4240 V2 AUG19. B1 Business Preliminary, Reading Practice Cambridge English CEFR level. The Reading section consists of Parts 1 7 of the Reading and Writing paper Correct test score Scale score. answers in Parts 1 7 are worth 1 mark each There are 45 possible marks in the 39 160 Level B2. Reading section 30 140 Level B1, 18 120 Level A2, minimum score reported for B1 Business Preliminary. Writing Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, The Writing section consists of Parts 8 9 of the Reading and Writing paper test score Scale score. Candidates answers in the Writing paper are marked by trained examiners who are 27 160 Level B2. certificated to mark at the level using assessment scales which are linked to the 20 140 Level B1. CEFR Part 1 is worth 10 marks and Part 2 is worth 20 marks There are 30 possible 13 120 Level A2. marks in the Writing section, minimum score reported for B1 Business Preliminary.
Listening Practice Cambridge English CEFR level, Correct answers in the Listening paper are worth 1 mark each There are 30 possible test score Scale score. Most Cambridge English Qualifications are now reporting results on the Cambridge English Scale For B2 First B2 First for Schools C1 Advanced and C2 Proficiency candidates receive an individual score for each of the four skills reading writing listening speaking and Use of English In the live exams each of the skills and Use of English are equally weighted and a candidate s

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