I've noticed that Cambridge past papers books bring sample answer sheets at the end. However, there is no sample copy of the CIS, which every candidate must complete before the start of most Cambridge Suite exams.
What is the CIS?
CIS stands for Candidate Information Sheet.
Is that a part of the exam?
No, it isn't. Actually, it is a survey about the exam candidates. Your answers in the CIS will not affect your marks.
What kind of questions does it include?
You'll be asked about the following:
age group and gender
reasons for taking the test
whether you are working or not
whether you have taken any international exam before
Turning over the page, there are two more questions:
-What's your country of origin?
-What is your mother tongue?
Do I have to write a lot?
You'll be given multiple choice options, so there is nothing you have to write. You simply choose as appropriate.
I do not have any copy of the CIS with me. This is all I remember after invigilating today. Have you taken the FCE recently?