Cambridge English: Key, also known as Key English Test (KET), is a basic level qualification that shows you can use English to communicate in simple situations. It shows you have made a good start in learning English.
WHY TAKE THE EXAM?
Prove you can communicate at a basic level English
Cambridge English: Key is a basic level qualification that shows you can use English to communicate in simple situations. You can use it to:
- understand simple written English
- communicate in familiar situations
- understand short notices and simple spoken directions.
What level is Cambridge English: Key?
Cambridge English: Key is set at Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Reaching this level means you can:
- understand and use basic phrases and expressions
- introduce yourself and answer basic questions about your personal details
- interact with English speakers who talk slowly and clearly
- write short, simple notes.
Preparing for Cambridge English: Key will give you these kinds of practical language skills.