Cambridge English Teaching Qualification web site has more details1. Do I need to follow a course to take a Cambridge English exam? No. Although most candidates do follow a course before taking the exam, it is not a requirement. Contact your local center to find out about registering for the exam as an individual. Please note that only centers listed as ‘Open’ will accept candidates who have not taken a course at their center. 2. Where can I study for Cambridge English exams? Your local exam center will be able to help you find a preparation center. Find an authorized Cambridge English exam center. We also have information about studying English at university abroad or studying for an exam in the UK. 3. What materials can I use to study for my Cambridge English exam? We have a range of books and materials to help you prepare for your Cambridge English exam, including: • sample papers • vocabulary lists • online practice tests • official preparation materials to buy. Find exam preparation materials available for your Cambridge English exam. 4. Where can I find past/sample papers or questions for Cambridge English exams? You can find lots of resources available to buy or download for free on our exam pages. These include sample papers, vocabulary lists and online practice tests. Find sample papers for your Cambridge English exam. 5. Are there wordlists for Cambridge English exams? Yes. We publish vocabulary lists for exams at CEFR Levels A1–B1. Find exam preparation available for your Cambridge English exam. The only exception to this is Cambridge English: ESOL Skills for Life because the content of the tests is based on the UK Government’s Adults ESOL Core Curriculum. Examinations which are at CEFR Level B2 and above do not have vocabulary lists.