PET

A Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools qualification shows that a student has mastered the basics of English and now has practical language skills for everyday use.

This exam is the logical step in a student’s language learning journey between Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools and Cambridge English: First (FCE) for Schools.

Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools is targeted at the same CEFR level as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) but with content aimed at school-age learners rather than adults.
         
         
         
Key facts
CEFR level: B1
Test format: Computer or paper-based
No. of papers: 3
Exam length: About 2 hours 20 minutes
         
         
         
A Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools qualification shows that a student can:
read simple textbooks and articles in English
write letters and emails on everyday subjects
understand factual information
show awareness of opinions and mood in spoken and written English.
         
         
         
Reasons to choose Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools:
Easily integrated into a school’s curriculum.
Part of a suite of exams that offer step-by-step progression for students.
Comprehensive support in exam preparation and administration.