Cómo matricularse para un examen de Cambridge

How to register for a Cambridge English exam.
You can register for a Cambridge exam in two different ways, as a private candidate or as a student of Queens.

A. Registering for your exam with Queens.
This is a two part process and is very easy.
1. First you and your partner (remember, at Queens we present you in pairs so you will do the Speaking part with a classmate*) will receive the the information necessary to make a transfer of the exam fee at a bank, direct to Cambridge.

You must include certain information in the concepto, apellido.initial/queens/exam, for example gomez.n/queens/PETCB.

2. The second part of the process is completed by Queen’s and for this we need specific information about you which you must provide by the last day for matriculation.

Your full name.
Your date of birth.
– A valid email address.
– Your DNI
– Your telephone number

Once both parts have been completed you can relax a little. You will receive an email with confirmation of entry for the exam, and also a second email with the day and time of your exam, approximately 10 days before the scheduled exam. You will also receive an email with the rules and guidelines for the exam.

And that’s it!

B. Registering as a private candidate.
This is a relatively straightforward process which involves registering with the local Examination Centre, yourself. You should pay for the exam at the time of registering and everything is done online. You will receive an email with confirmation of entry for the exam, and also a second email with the day and time of your exam, approximately 10 days before the scheduled exam. You will also receive an email with the rules and guidelines for the exam.

To register as a private candidate click here.

*It is not Cambridge policy to put students who know each other (classmates for example) together in Speaking, but it is at the discretion of the Examination Centre. 99% of our students present for their exam with their chosen partner, but there is always the possibility that it may not happen.