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We aim to become a well-known International Exam alternative for students of English as a Foreign Language of all socio-economic backgrounds, providing a much wider range of exams for all and any students who want to further their studies and professional careers.

We offer paper-based exam sessions once a year and computer-based exam sessions every month, either from an Official Exam Centre or from the comfort of the candidates’ homes.

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 Even though we have had a few exam sessions in the country over the years, Anglia Exams have not fully deployed in Brazil yet. We will continue to work hard to provide teachers and students within the Brazilian community with a progressive, high quality, fair, inclusive and user-friendly range of English language examinations and assessments.

10 Interesting Facts About Brazil

  1. There is a prison in Brazil that allows inmates to pedal stationary bicycles, which power streetlights for a nearby village.
  2. Norway is the only national football team that has never lost to Brazil.
  3. In Laguna, Brazil, bottlenose dolphins actively herd fish towards local fishermen and then signal with tail slaps for the fishermen to throw their nets. This collaboration between man and dolphins has been occurring since at least 1847.
  4. The country’s name comes from a native plant called the Brazilwood tree.
  5. Carnival, a major festival held before Ash Wednesday, practically shuts down the entire country. Over 2 million people party in the streets each day.
  6. Brazil’s national dish is feijoada, a stew that includes beans, beef and pork.
  7. The Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro was named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2017. The statue stretches almost 125 feet high and weighs 635 tons.
  8. Rio de Janeiro was the capital of Brazil for almost 2,000 years before it was moved to Brasilia in 1960.
  9. Brazil is home to one of the biggest waterfalls in the world: Iguazu Falls.
  10. Brazil is currently the largest coffee producer in the world. They’ve held that title for the last 150 years.

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