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Understanding the Statement of Results

Your Statement of Results gives you two main


pieces of information: Reference No.

15BGB9615003
1 Overall score To be quoted on all
Correspondence

This is your overall Cambridge English Scale First Certificate in English


score for the whole exam. It is the average of
Statement of Results
the five individual scores that you receive for
the four skills and Use of English. This is the Candidate name Session

most important piece of information. An Example November (F2)


2015

2 Individual scores Place of entry

Cambridge
You will be given a Cambridge English Scale
score for each of the four skills (Reading, Writing, Result Overall Score CEFR Level
Listening and Speaking) and Use of English. With Pass at Grade C 172 1 B2
these individual scores it is easy for you to see
how you performed across the exam and if you 210
Cambridge
English Certificated
need to improve in any of the skills. CEFR Level
200
Scale Results Reading Use of English Writing Listening Speaking

190

You will also receive a CEFR level and a grade C1 Grade A


180 179 179
for the overall exam. These are also shown on Grade B

B2 170 171
the Statement of Results. Grade C
162
168

160

For more information on the Cambridge English B1 150 Level B1


2
Scale, go to: www.cambridgeenglish.org/ 140

cambridgeenglishscale 130

Certificate 120

A2
The First Certificate in English
110 (FCE) is an examination targeted at
Results Score
As well as a Statement of Results, everyone Level B2 in the Council of Europe's Common European Framework
Basic user

of Reference. Pass at Grade A 180 190


100
who achieves a score of 160190 will receive Candidates achieving Grade A (between 180 and 190 on the
Pass at Grade B
Pass at Grade C
173 179
160 172
A1
Cambridge English Scale) 90
receive the First Certificate in English
a First Certificate in English. If you score stating that they have demonstrated ability at Level C1. Candidates
achieving Grade B or Grade C (between 160 and 179 on the
Level B1 140 159

between 140 and 159, you will receive a 80


Cambridge English Scale) receive the First Certificate in English at
Level B2.Below
Candidates taking the First Certificate in English scoring between
122 and 139 on the Cambridge English Scale do not receive

Cambridge English certificate stating that you A1


Candidates whose performance is below Level B2, but falls within
a result, CEFR level or certificate.

Cambridge English Scale scores below 122 are not reported for
demonstrated ability at CEFR Level B1.
Level B1 (between 140 and 159 on the Cambridge English Scale),
receive a Cambridge English certificate stating that they have the First Certificate in English.
demonstrated ability at Level B1.

The certificate will show your overall score on Cambridge English examination results can be quickly and securely
verified online at: www.cambridgeenglish.org/verifiers
Other
X - the candidate was absent from part of the examination
the scale, individual scores for each skill and Z - the candidate was absent from all parts of the examination
Pending - a result cannot be issued at present, but will follow in
Use of English, CEFR level and grade. THIS IS NOT A CERTIFICATE
due course
Withheld - the candidate should contact their centre for information
Cambridge English Language Assessment reserves the right to amend the Exempt - the candidate was not required to sit this part of the
candidates.
examination
Get your results online
The quickest and easiest way to get your results
is to sign up for our free online results service. What is the CEFR?
www.cambridgeenglish.org/candidates The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
is an international system that describes learners abilities in a foreign
Your results will be displayed there as soon as
language using six levels, from A1 (the lowest) to C2 (the highest).
they are ready, and you can download a copy
All Cambridge English exams are developed in accordance with the
of your Statement of Results if you need to.
principles and approach of the CEFR. This makes it easy for employers,
You will need your Candidate ID Number and
schools, universities and other institutions to find out whether your
your Candidate Secret Number, which you
English is at the right level for them by looking at your certificate or
can find on your Confirmation of Entry. If you
Statement of Results. You can find out more about the CEFR at
cannot find your Candidate ID Number or your
www.cambridgeenglish.org/cefr
Candidate Secret Number, you should contact
your exam centre.

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