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Cambridge English: Key, also known as the Key English Test (KET), is an English language examination provided by Cambridge English Language Assessment (previously known as University of Cambridge ESOL). Cambridge English: Key is a basic level qualification which demonstrates the ability to communicate using English in simple situations.
Launched in 1994, Cambridge English: Key is designed to be the first step for students wishing to progress towards higher level English language qualifications, and aims to support learners to master the basics in English. It is focused on Level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Cambridge English: Key is offered in two variations: Cambridge English: Key (KET), for adult learners, and Cambridge English: Key (KET) for Schools, for school-aged learners. Both versions of the exam lead to the same qualification, the Key English Test. Both versions have the same exam format (three exam papers) – the only difference is that the topics in the ‘for Schools’ version have been targeted at the interests and experiences of school-aged learners.