Cambridge English: First B2 – Paper-based
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All written parts of Cambridge English: B2 First - paper based will be held Saturday 16 May. The speaking test will be scheduled for an afternoon/evening one to two weeks before this date. The closing date for applications is Wednesday 15 April. However, late enrolments are accepted subject to availability until a week before the exam date subject to the higher fee of 2600 SEK.
How to register
You should register to the exam by clicking on the “Boka kursen nu” box to the right in the menu. Although the text refers to a course, you are registering for an exam. Once you have applied, you will automatically be registered for a place and you will be invoiced for the exam fee. You will receive a “Confirmation of Entry” by email approximately four weeks before the exam date. This will give you details about the time, date and location of the written exam and the speaking test. This will be emailed to you using the email address you provided when you registered. Please make sure you check your email regularly. Please save your Confirmation of Entry as it will also tell you how to get your exam results.
Please inform us when you register if we need to make special arrangements for you during the exam. This could be due to hearing, visual or physical disability or a learning difficulty such as dyslexia. We must have supporting letters/documents with the application as these need to be submitted to Cambridge for approval. This should be on official headed paper and signed by the doctor/consultant.
Candidate Declaration form and photograph
Cambridge English require all candidates to have a photograph taken on the exam day which will then be stored on the secure Cambridge Language Assessment Results Verification site. This is partly to avoid malpractice and partly so that any future university or employer can verify your results. Only you however can decide which organisation or individual has access. By registering to a Cambridge exam, you are giving your permission to be photographed on the test date and that the photograph will be held on the site.
When you register, you should print out and complete the Candidate Declaration form (see below) and return it to the Cambridge Exams Manager either by email or post. If you are under 18 then your parent or guardian should sign on your behalf.
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