Cambridge International has officially announced the results for its AS and A Level examinations. The results have been released to over 237,000 students across 135 countries, including Pakistan. These qualifications, which are globally recognized, are typically pursued by students attending international and private schools.
This year saw a significant increase in exam entries, with a total of 559,000, marking a 14 percent rise compared to the previous year. Cambridge International has reinstated the standards for this year’s exams to match those of 2019 before the pandemic-induced adjustments were made. The board took into account the disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic when setting the grade boundaries for this year’s assessments.
While specific details about the student’s performance have not been disclosed, Rod Smith, the Group Managing Director for International Education at Cambridge, extended his congratulations to the students for their hard work and dedication in achieving these results. He praised the resilience shown by the students over the past few years as they continued their education despite numerous challenges. Smith also emphasized that these qualifications equip students with the necessary skills for their future endeavors, giving them the confidence to seize upcoming opportunities.
Smith also expressed his gratitude to the educators and schools affiliated with Cambridge for their unwavering commitment and profound dedication to education. Their significant contribution to the student’s achievements was duly recognized.
Cambridge International is set to release its IGCSE results on August 16th. This announcement is eagerly awaited by students, educators, and parents alike, as it marks another milestone in the academic journey of many young learners worldwide.