Cambridge Young Learners English Tests is touted as a series of fun, motivating English language tests, aimed at children in primary and lower-secondary education (age 7 – 12).
They are run by UCLES.
The examination has three different levels: Starters Exam (typically for age 7, or Year 1 to 2 elementary students), Movers Exam (typically for ages 8 to 11, or Year 3 to 4 elementary students) and…
BULATS stands for Business Language Testing Service which is a commercial service run by Cambridge Assessment.
It is essential a method of testing the English ability (as well as French, German & Spanish) of business people. After the test users are given a score which relates to the CEF. The tests are held at a number of locations around the world.
Qualifications for Students indicate how well a person knows English.
NB For qualifications in order to teach, see Essential Qualifications to Teach English.
There is no single, standardized qualification system showing how well a person can use English, however over the years a number of qualifications have risen in popularity and have become de facto standards in this area. Whilst by no means universal, these are…
This is an article about Exam Nerves. You can print this out and use it with your class when they’re coming close to take an exam. Give a copy to each student so they can read it through at their leisure and prepare themselves.
What are Exam Nerves?
Some student get very nervous before they take an exam. They feel worried, they have butterflies in their stomach…