Cambridge First Certificate (B2): Exam Preparation course in MC Academy

What is FCE?

FCE stands for First Certificate in English. It is an upper-intermediate English language test for both written and spoken English administered by Cambridge ESOL. FCE is at level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

At level B2 candidates will be able to:

  • Hold a conversation on a wide range of topics.
  • Express opinions and present arguments fairly well.
  • Understand the main ideas of complex pieces of writing.
  • Produce detailed writing in different formats including, letters, reports, essays, emails etc.

Who is it for?

First Certificate is ideal for people who want to use English for study or work. Thousands of employers and academic institutions all over the world accept FCE.

Our B2 Cambridge certificate course is a great way to improve your practical English skills. FCE focuses on communication in real-life through reading, writing, listening and speaking, helping you to use English in everyday situations more confidently

What is the format of the FCE Test?

There are four papers for the FCE Test: Reading and Use of English, Writing, Listening and Speaking.

Each section makes up 20% of the total mark. There are five grades: A, B, C, D and E. Candidates who achieve an A, B or C grade will pass the exam and be awarded a certificate.

Next exam dates:

It would be recommendable to check the exam dates and closing dates to plan when is the best moment to start the Cambridge certificate course. If you need help from one of our advisors to check this, please contact us.

Cambridge B2 Exam Dates

 

 







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