YLE Tests Flyers
Are designed to test the English of primary school learners between the ages of 7 and 12. There are three levels: Starters, Movers and Flyers. The three tests are designed to take young learners of English as a foreign language from beginner to Waystage. Flyers level is equivalent in level to the Cambridge KET test but is designed for children rather than young adults.
There are no pass or fail grades for these tests. All students taking the tests receive a certificate with between one and five shields in each component to show how they have performed.
Flyers, the third level, is aimed at students aged between 10 and 12. The average age of Flyers candidates is 11
An overview of Flyers
– Listening: about 25 minutes/25 items. There are five parts. Each part begins with a clear example. All the texts are heard twice.
– Reading & Writing: 40 minutes/50 items. There are seven parts. Each part begins with a clear example.
– Speaking: 7-9 minutes/4 parts. This take the form of a one-to-one exchange. The language used by the examiner is based on and controlled by a script (there are examples of this in the Key)
– Wordlist: You may notice that there are some words that appear in these tests that are not in the Vocabulary List. These are words that are commonly used in course books at this level and that students will be familiar with. It is assumed that students are already familiar with all the words in the YLE Starters and Movers vocabulary list.
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