A2 Key, formerly known as Cambridge English. This basic-level qualification is a great exam to take if you're new to learning English. An A2 Key certificate shows that you can: Understand and use basic phrases and expressions Understand simple written English Introduce yourself and answer basic questions about yourself Interact with English speakers at a basic level.
B1 Preliminary, formerly known as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) It is the English language exam that shows you have mastered the basics. A B1 Preliminary qualification shows that you can: Read simple textbooks and articles in English Write letters and emails on everyday subjects Take meeting notes Show awareness of opinions and mood in spoken and written English.
B2 First, formerly known as Cambridge English: First (FCE) It is Cambridge's most popular exam, accepted by thousands of businesses and educational institutions worldwide. A B2 First qualification shows that you can: Communicate effectively face-to-face, expressing opinions and presenting arguments Follow the news Write clear, detailed English, expressing opinions and explaining the advantages and disadvantages of different points of view Write letters, reports, stories and lots of other types of text.