English as Second Language - Study Guide Test Preparation

The tests for English as a Second Language (ESL) are given in countries where English is the main language. The most popular tests are the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC), and the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).

ESL exams are recognized and conducted globally, so doing well in this test can be used as a key to many possibilities. To help you perform well in the exam we have put together some tips for ESL test preparation.

These are helpful in making you mentally and psychologically prepared for the ESL exam. Though these guidelines are very general, incorporating them into your study habit or study plan will surely make you even more prepared.

The Cambridge ESOL exam is a part of largest assessment center in Europe, the Cambridge Assessment. It is administered by a non-teaching department of the Cambridge University and is designed to measure English proficiency skills of English language learners and people who are not natural natives of English language (ESL). Candidates can only take the Cambridge ESOL exam from authorized centers. 
People of any age, creed, race or location can take the Cambridge ESOL exam. There are no related restrictions to the exam.

Some exams may have more than one session in the same month, candidates are not required to attend more than one session
Components of the exam should be completed on the specified date.
One can enter for different exams at the same session and long as proper arrangements are made at the centre.
Although no age limit applies the KET, YEL for Schools, PET and SFL are designed for a particular age group.
A candidate who is working can take each module of the ESOL exam on separate occasions e.g. Reading, Speaking, Listening and Writing.
Breaching any of the entry regulation will cancel the entry and fees will not be refunded.