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Cambridge ESOL exams are increasingly being used in primary and secondary education around the world. More specifically, recent trends towards students entering for Cambridge ESOL’s KET and PET exams at a younger age have led to the development of versions of those exams featuring content aimed at younger students, the KET for Schools and PET for Schools.
A KET for Schools/PET for Schools certificate shows pupils can deal with everyday English at a basic and intermediate level respectively. Both exams follow exactly the same format with the “standard” KET and PET exams and the level of the question papers is identical. The only difference is that the content and treatment of topics in KET for Schools and PET for Schools examinations have been particularly targeted at the interests and experience of younger students.
As with all our exams, KET for Schools and PET for Schools each now have their own dedicated page on the Greek website:
- part 1: the graphs and tables will be replaced by other tasks
- part 3: will be heard twice
- part 4: the questions will be printed in the candidate’s booklet
- the Report will be replaced, there will be a choice between two essays instead of an essay and a report
- new Writing Scoring Rubric
- the size of texts will not exceed the 500 words