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New and revised STEP TO books revealed by AIM

Front covers of STEP TO booksThe internationally acclaimed STEP TO ESOL learning guides have been updated and and given a fresh re-designed as part of a new development by AIM.

AIM, who is the awarding body for the top four Ofqual accredited levels at Anglia Examinations (Intermediate, Advanced, Proficiency and Masters) has been working closely with Anglia to bring the books up to date for today’s global market.

The books are designed for students who are preparing for the ESOL (English as a second language) suite of Anglia exams. The STEP TO range comprises ten books which range in skill level from beginner to masters of which seven are set against the CEFR (Common European Framework). Each STEP TO book has been specially researched and developed by professional ESOL experts.

Jill Minter, Brand and Communications Lead for AIM said: “This has been a wonderful project to work on. We have tried hard to maintain the fundamental essence of the books whilst giving them a fresh and modern appearance."

Anyone who wants to learn English can take an Anglia exam, there is no age limit. The step-by-step approach to testing encourages and motivates students to make clear and effective progress. Students use the STEP TO books to gain an Anglia qualification for many reasons including personal development or for University entry. Employers also like to see that a person has successfully studied a course in English and achieved an officially recognised certificate.

Anglia partner centres delivering the Anglia ESOL exams can be found in over 50 countries across the world including, Europe, Asia, Africa, America and we are currently in discussions with a center in Outer Mongolia.

Anglia Examinations

Anglia Examinations is a partner of AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group and has been based in Chichester, England, since 1993.

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Anyone interested in finding out more should contact: Will Cummins at

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