miércoles, 22 de octubre de 2014

  This blog is created to support students to have success in the KET exam.

  The KET exam, now called KEY, is an English exam where you adquire a level A2 of the CEFR (common European Framework).

Achieving a certificate at this level proves that a person can use English to communicate in simple situations.

   This exam covers all four language skills (Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening).

   There are three papers in the exam;


·        The Reading and Writing part can not take you more than 1 hour and 10 minutes.

·        The listening part takes you 30 minutes approximately.

·        The speaking part takes you up to 10 minutes.


   100 points are the maximum that you can get in this exam. Listening and Speaking carry 25% of the total mark each, and Reading and Writing paper carries 50% of the total mark.

   The candidates result has to be 70% or more if they want to pass the exam.


Pass with Distinction Level B1
90–100 marks
Pass with Merit
85–89 marks
70–84 marks
Council of Europe Level A1
45–69 marks
0–44 marks


   Clicking on the pages that you have on your right you can find information and practice exercises about each part.


                             Now, it’s your turn


                            Let´s do it!!


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