Cambridge University Has Announced Re-Examination of Pakistani Students

Following the May 9 incidents, riots that took place on May 10, 11, and 12, and the prevailing situation in the country, Cambridge Assessment International Education of Cambridge University has decided to re-conduct the exam in October.

Concerns of their parents about the expected grades in the A&AS Level Examination 2023 have been addressed.

An important meeting was held to discuss this matter in which the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, Country Director CAIE, and Director of British Council were present, the main plan of the discussion was that how to plan the retake of the examination.

The re-examinations will have a fee waiver for re-evaluation and re-assessment. The British Council will decrease its cost for logistics operations.

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Out of the reassessment and revaluation cost, 80 percent will be paid by the school and 20 percent will have to be paid by the parents. If the grades of a student increase in re-take of exams then the total fee will be waived.

All this happened when the Cambridge International Examination AS&E Level results came out with students’ scores dropping as per their demands due to the incidents of May 9 which led to students’ and parent’s demands for retaking the exam.

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