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FCE exam parts

Presentation of FCE exam parts for students starting FCE preparation
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Mont Benaque

on 30 September 2012

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Transcript of FCE exam parts

What is it? Cambridge First Certificate exam Cambridge English: First, also known as First Certificate in English (FCE), is an exam for people who need to prove they can use everyday written and spoken English at an upper-intermediate level for work or study purposes.

3 Parts READING (1 HOUR) 4 Parts USE OF ENGLISH (45 MINUTES) 4 Parts SPEAKING (14 MINUTES PER PAIR OF CANDIDATES) Part 1: multiple choice
Part 2: gapped text
Part 3: Multiple matching What's in the reading paper? 4 Parts LISTENING (ABOUT 40 MINUTES) 2 Parts WRITING (1 HOUR 20 MINUTES) What's in the exam? What's in the writing paper? Part 1: Compulsory letter or email (120 -160 words)
Part 2: Choice of two writing tasks (120-180 words) What's in the use of English paper? Part 1: multiple-choice cloze
Part 2: open cloze
Part 3: word formation
Part 4: Key word transformation What's in the listening paper? Part 1: Multiple choice (8 situations)
Part 2: Sentence completion
Part 3: Multiple matching
Part 4: Multiple choice (monologue) What's in the speaking paper? Part 1: interview
Part2: Long turn
Part 3: collaborative task
Part 4: discussion Good luck, everybody!!
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