Now revealed! The topics for our CAE app

Work on CAE Academy is underway, and we're finally ready to reveal the list of our texts. Our expert reviewer has given her opinion, and now we are editing and getting them ready for inclusion in the app.

If you would like to see some of the texts, why not sign up to our mailing list? We'll be in touch with some samples.

J. K. Rowling
The Marvel Comic Universe
The Giant’s Causeway
Flipped Classroom
The vikings
The Mary Rose
Watching paint dry
David Attenbourgh
Conspiracy?
The Mandela Effect
Stonehenge
Ryanair
Gold
Freud
The Titanic
Stephen Hawking
Robin Hood
Studio apartments
Clogs
The Great Outdoors
Facebook
Crowdfunding
Uber
Freerunning
Blogging
Whitby
Polish cuisine
Wimbledon
Carnival
Usain Bolt
Italian football
Minecraft
Breakfast
Top Gear
App for that
Off the grid
Fastest man alive

 

See an FCE teacher walking through our app - live!

 

One of the first members of our Partner Programme, Andrew Girardin of the excellent blogs FCE Exam Tips and CAE Exam Tips has been kind enough to record a review of FCE Academy and share it on his YouTube channel. Thanks Andrew :-)

Click here for more info and a special discount on the full version: https://www.fceexamtips.com/articles/fce-academy In this video I review a great new app for Cambridge English: First students.

 
 

Lite up your life

 

FCE Academy is great value, with 1,000 FCE-style questions for less than the price of a textbook. But we know some people like to try before they buy. So we came up with what we think is a great idea: FCE Academy Lite - a sample of our Use of English questions for absolutely nothing. Zilch. Big fat zero.

If a student wants to upgrade, they can (and if their teacher is in our Partner Programme they will probably get a nice discount, and we share the proceeds with the teacher). If not, at least they will have benefited from a few of our tests.

Interested? Head over to Google Play or iTunes to download. And don't forget to leave a review :-)

An Apple a Day

 
 

This morning we had one of our regular summit meetings and came to a momentous decision: we will soon be working on the iOS version of our FCE Academy app.

We hope to be in the app store in a month or so. Meanwhile, if you would like to try it for free, please sign up here. We gave lots of teachers and students completely free access to our Android app during development, so why not for Apple users?