The CAE (Certificate in Advanced English) is a CEFR C1 level exam, so it’s not going to be a walk in the park. You need to practice and get ready if you want to ensure a good performance on your test day. You wouldn’t just walk up and enter a marathon, would you? Of course not, you would train and practice to prepare yourself. 

  • Part of the problem when you register to sit for an advanced level language exam is the range of topics that you need to know. Where do you begin?
  • Another issue is getting used to the format and working within a timed context. The only real way to deal with this is to train.


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