This is a simple review of the tasks in the Cambridge Assessment English Preliminary English Test, also known as the B1 PRELIMINARY, This exam is for level B1 in the EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK FOR LANGUAGES

 

Key Data:

CEFR level: B1

Scale score: 140-159

Test format: Computer or paper based

Number of parts: 3

Exam length: 2-2:30 hours

 

The B1 Preliminary demonstrates that you can:

  • Communicate basically and effectively
  • Handle everyday situations
  • Express yourself at an elementary level to native speakers

 

The exam contains 3 parts:

SEE THE POSTS ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL SECTION

The reading and writing (1:30 minutes). There are 5 readings and 3 writings to do.

5 reading tasks How to do the reading part of the exam B1 (Preliminary Cambridge Exam) – CONTAINS A FREE MOCK EXAM

Rephrasing How to do rephrasing B1 (Preliminary English Test) – FREE PDF QUESTIONS

Short text Cambridge Preliminary Exam – (B1) writing question 2 – short text – INCLUDES A FREE PRACTICE QUESTION

Long text (choose one of the options)

How to write a letter that will get you a perfect score in the B1 (PRELIMINARY CAMBRIDGE EXAM)

HOW TO WRITE A PERFECT STORY FOR THE CAMBRIDGE B1 (PRELIMINARY) – FREE PDF WITH EXAMPLE QUESTIONS

 

The Listening (25-30 minutes). There are 4 tasks to complete. You can read the questions as you listen and you have a short time before to prepare.

LISTENING – Preliminary (B1) Cambridge ESOL

 

The speaking (10-12 minutes). There are 4 tasks to do and they are always the same. Only the topics and vocabulary change.

SPEAKING WITH FREE MOCK EXAM – Preliminary (B1) EXAM

 

Extra practice:

PET (B1) SPEAKING (PART 1): STARTER QUESTIONS

PRELIMINARY (B1): SPEAKING PART 3

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