Cambridge KET and PET Examinations 2019
February 20, 2019
On Saturday 16th February 2019 , 43 of our ACEP Secondary students sat their computer-based Cambridge Key English Test (KET) and Preliminary English Test (PET) ESOL Examinations. This was the highest enrolment number so far and highlights the growing popularity of these tests.
The examinations were arranged by Christopher Warren, Director of Studies for the Bell Language Centre and supervised by the Bangkok Cambridge ESOL Examinations Centre. The Speaking parts of the examinations were conducted by Christopher Warren and Anselm Dorman of the Bell Language Centre.
The KET and PET are internationally recognised English language tests, which students take each year at ACEP with the help of our highly experienced teachers from Bell. The tests assess students on their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills.
The results should be available in before the start of the 2019/20 academic year and we would like to thank the teachers and parents who helped prepare the students for the exams. It is important to also mention that the students not only performed well in the tests but were confident, well-mannered and very well behaved on the day.
Written by Mr. Christopher Warren