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How to register for your exam

There are three easy steps to register for your Cambridge English exam:

1. Choose your exam

If you’re not sure which exam is right for you, either take the free multiple-choice test or the more accurate Cambridge English Placement Test  - General or Young Learners - to help you decide. 
Learn more about our wide range of English exams

2. Select a date

To select an exam any month of the year, in your preferred format (computer-based or paper-based), and, if necessary, differentiated by status (Enrolment Open and Pre-enrolment), just use the filters on our Exams Calendar. If the enrolment is open (green), and the date is confirmed, you will automatically receive information to finalise the process. If the exam is at the pre-enrolment stage, this means the exam has yet to be confirmed. As soon as the minimum number of pre-enrolments required is reached, you will be contacted to finalise the enrolment process. If the minimum number required is not reached, you will be informed as soon as possible and given alternative dates. 

3. Book your exam

Once you have picked your exam, just click on Enrol Now and follow the instructions. We will only ask you for the information necessary to process your enrolment.

If you require advice, contact us through our Contact Us page.


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