If you pass the exam, you will receive
a Cambridge English Certificate as well as a Statement of Results.

Statement of Results

Statements of Results are released online approximately four to six weeks after the paper-based exam, and about two to three weeks after the computer-based exam.

The quickest way to get your results is by signing up for Cambridge’s free online results service.

Your Statement of Results will include:

*Your result – the grade you achieved.
*Your overall score – your overall score for the entire exam.
*Your CEFR – the Common European Framework of Reference level you achieved.
*Your scores for individual components – your Cambridge English Scale score for each of the skills of the exam; Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking (and Use of English for B2 to C2 exams).

Interpretation of Results

You will receive a separate score for each of the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and use of English for B2 to C2, giving you a clear understanding of your performance. You can find an overview of the scores that can be achieved here.


Please note that candidates’ answers and other work done by candidates as part of an examination will not be released to candidates, schools or centres.

Cambridge English Qualifications:
Explaining Results A2 Key to C2 Proficiency


Cambridge sends your certificate to the talkingENGLISH exam centre about three weeks after the release of the results. talkingENGLISH will then send it to you.

You can expect your certificate to arrive about eight to ten weeks after the exam.