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  CAE考试介绍 
  CAE is an exam for advanced users of English. This exam is aimed at people who can use written and spoken English for most professional and social purposes. It is widely recognised for work or study purposes. 
  Updated FCE and CAE 
  In order to ensure our exams meet the needs of users, FCE and CAE have recently undergone a review and the examinations have been updated. The first session of the updated FCE and CAE exams took place in December 2008. 
  Download the Handbook for Teachers for the updated CAE. 
  Bulletin 5, (PDF 134Kb) contains a summary of the updated FCE and CAE specifications together with an overview of the review process. 
  Bulletin 6, (PDF 117Kb) provides a more detailed description of the Reading papers, along with a rationale for the changes and advice on preparing students for the exams. 
  Bulletin 7, (PDF 121Kb) provides a more detailed description of the Writing papers, along with a rationale for the changes and advice on preparing students for the exams. 
  Bulletin 8, (PDF 121Kb) provides a more detailed description of the English in Use papers, along with a rationale for the changes, and advice on preparing students for the exams. 
  Bulletin 9, (PDF 934Kb) provides a more detailed description of the Listening papers, along with a rationale for the changes and advice on preparing students for the exams. 
  Bulletin 10, (PDF 938Kb) provides a more detailed description of the Speaking papers, along with a rationale for the changes and advice on preparing students for the exams. 
  Is CAE for you? 
  Can you... 
  use English in an effective way for business or study purposes? 
  use English confidently and flexibly? 
  produce well-structured, clear pieces of writing on complex issues? 
  If this describes your skills now, or describes the level of skills you are working towards, then CAE is the right exam for you. 
  What will CAE do for you? 
  Cambridge ESOL is a department of the world-famous and historic University of Cambridge. Attaining one of its certificates is an achievement and a reward in itself. However, there are many other benefits to taking CAE: 
  a CAE certificate is valid for life 
  CAE is truly international, recognised around the world for business and study purposes 
  hundreds of employers, universities and government departments officially recognise CAE as a qualification in advanced English 
  passing CAE gives you the confidence to take on the Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) 
  CAE’s ’Can Do’ skills give you the confidence to use English in real situations. 
  ’For a diplomat, the English Language is an indispensable tool in everyday work. The CAE courses helped me to correct the mistakes I used to make in conversation, to improve my writing skills and to enrich my vocabulary. I am now looking forward to taking the following step: the Certificate of Proficiency in English.’ 
  CAE candidate 
  What will taking CAE help you do? 
  CAE is at Level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) - an internationally recognised benchmark of language ability. The framework uses six levels to describe language ability from A1 to C2. ’Can Do’ statements have been used to describe these levels in terms of real skills with language. 
  For example, at C1 level, typical users can be expected to: 
  read quickly enough to cope with an academic course 
  understand complex opinions 
  produce clear, well structured and detailed pieces of writing 
  express themselves well with a good degree of fluency 
  use English flexibly for social, professional and academic purposes. 
  Your preparation for CAE will give you these kinds of practical language skills. 
  What does CAE involve? 
  CAE has five papers: 
  Reading: 1 hour 15 minutes 
  You will need to be able to understand texts from publications such as fiction and non-fiction books, journals, newspapers and magazines. 
  Writing 1 hour 30 minutes 
  You will have to show you can produce two different pieces of writing such as an article, a report, a proposal and a review. 
  Use of English Paper 1 hour 
  Your use of English will be tested by tasks which show how well you can control your grammar and vocabulary. 
  Listening: 40 minutes 
  You need to show you can understand the meaning of a range of spoken material, including lectures, radio broadcasts, speeches and talks. 
  Speaking: 15 minutes 
  You will take the Speaking test with another candidate or in a group of three, and you will be tested on your ability to take part in different types of interaction: with the examiner, with the other candidate and by yourself. 
  Supporting you 
  As with all of Cambridge ESOL’s certificates, there is a lot of support to help you prepare for your exam. 
  Most candidates prefer to take the preparation courses run by language schools and universities. 
  You can access a variety of support materials from the Resources area of our website. These include a short booklet, Information for Candidates, and sample exam papers, which include sound files for the Listening test materials. 
  Many publishers have produced a wide choice of books and other aids to help you prepare for taking CAE. Ask your local bookshop for details. 
  To help you prepare for CAE, we provide teachers with their own website so they can download sample exam papers, handbooks, and other teaching support material. 
  Resources available 
  CAE Information for Candidates (PDF 964Kb) 
  CAE Handbook for Teachers (PDF 3Mb) 
  Order past papers 
  Books for study 
  CAE Exam details and timetables for 2009 
  CAE Exam details and timetables for 2010 
  Summary regulations for candidates (PDF 59Kb) 
  Information on changes to the CAE Statement of Results (PDF 329Kb) 
  Exam FAQs 
  CAE Teaching Resource and CAE teacher downloads (including exam handbook and exam reports) 
  A world of opportunities — worldwide recognition 
  CAE is a truly international exam, recognised by hundreds of employers as proof of advanced ability in English and also by universities and colleges as proof of ability to study in English to undergraduate level. 
  Companies such as Microsoft, Airbus, IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers recognise the value of CAE in their overseas offices. 
  Find more details on the organisations and universities that recognise CAE. 
  English for your future 
  Passing CAE is a major step towards taking our highest qualification, CPE. 
  CAE’s ’Can Do’ skills enable you to use English in real situations with confidence. CAE exams use real-life situations and are especially designed to help you communicate more effectively in your own life and to focus your language learning on the skills you will actually need. 
  Because CAE exams focus on all four communication skills (Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking) plus the use of English, you increase your confidence in using English in everyday situations. 
  Marking 
  Exam scripts are sent to Cambridge ESOL for marking and grading and the results are sent back to the test centres. 
  Your results 
  Each component of the exam carries 20% of the total marks. 
  Candidates can access their results through the Cambridge ESOL Results Online website. 
  There are three Pass grades, A, B and C — candidates reaching these grades are awarded a certificate. Candidates achieving grades D or E do not receive a certificate. 
  Information on changes to the CAE Statement of Results (PDF 329Kb) 
  If you have any questions about your results, you should contact the centre where you took the exam. 
  Exam dates 
  CAE can be taken in March, June and December. 
  CAE Exam details and timetables for 2009 
  CAE Exam details and timetables for 2010 
  Set texts 
  In the updated CAE exam, questions on two set texts are included on the writing paper with one text specific question on each. 
  December 2008 — December 2009 
  Kingsley Amis, Lucky Jim 
  John Grisham, The Pelican Brief 
  Next steps 
  Register 
  If you are studying English at the moment, speak to your teacher about how to enrol. 
  If you are not studying at the moment, your nearest Cambridge ESOL exam centre will be able to advise you about how to register, fees, the dates of the exam and other arrangements. We have more than 2,000 centres in 130 countries. Please note that centres may set registration deadlines that are earlier than those published. 
  Entries cannot be made directly to Cambridge ESOL. 
  Already registered? Visit the Candidate Support site for exam preparation help. 
  If you have a disability or a specific learning difficulty (such as dyslexia) it may be possible to ask for Special Arrangements to be made when taking the exam.
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