What is a good score in Cambridge English test?

A candidate scoring 200 to 210 will receive a grade A and a Cambridge English: Advanced certificate stating that they demonstrated ability at Level C2. The maximum achievable score for Cambridge English: Advanced is 210. Candidates with scores from 193 to 199 will receive a grade B.

How is Cambridge Advanced score calculated?

How to calculate the score for C1 Advanced (CAE)

  1. Reading: 34 items = 50 points. Part 1: 8 items (1 item = 1 point)
  2. Use of English: 22 items = 28 points.
  3. Writing: 2 items = 40 points.
  4. Listening: 30 items = 30 points (1 item = 1 point)
  5. Speaking: 75 points in total (not divided into items or parts).

What score do you need to pass the CAE?

180 or above
Valid scores on the CAE Exam range from 160 to 210. A score of 180 or above is considered a “pass” and students with that score will receive the Cambridge C1 Advanced certificate, which corresponds to a level C1 in English on the CEFR.

Can you get C1 on FCE?

You will not receive a certificate, but your Cambridge English Scale score will be shown on your Statement of Results….B2 First Scale Scores.

Cambridge English Scale Score Grade/CEFR CEFR level
180–190 Grade A C1
173–179 Grade B B2
160–172 Grade C B2
140–159 Level B1 B1

What is the Cambridge English Scale score for C1 Advanced?

Scores between 142 and 159 are also reported for C1 Advanced. You will not receive a certificate, but your Cambridge English Scale score will be shown on your Statement of Results. The relationship between the CEFR levels, the Cambridge English Scale and the grades awarded in C1 Advanced is illustrated below:

How is the cac1 Advanced exam scored?

C1 Advanced results are reported on the Cambridge English Scale. You will receive a separate score for each of the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and use of English, giving you a clear understanding of your performance. These five scores are averaged to give you an overall result for the exam.

How long does it take to get GCSE results?

Your Statement of Results is released online, approximately four to six weeks after the exam for paper-based exams, and two to three weeks after the exam for computer-based exams. The fastest way to get your results is to sign up to our free online results service.

What is C1 Advanced Level C1?

C1 Advanced – Level C1. If you achieve a scale score of 180–199 (grade B or C) in your exam, you will be awarded the Certificate in Advanced English at Level C1. Level B2 certificate. If your performance is below Level C1, but falls within Level B2 (scale score 160–179), we will recognise your achievement with a Cambridge English certificate