Cambridge International will release the results of the June 2023 exams for AS and A Level, CIPQ, and Pre-U on August 10, 2023 and August 16, 2023, respectively. Schools can release these results to candidates immediately after they are received.
The Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and the Cambridge O Level result declaration date is in the same month. All the applicants will be informed on a result declaration day by the IGCSE website. For CBSE 10th result 2023 get updates here.
Cambridge Exam O Level Online Result 2023:
All Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge O Level results are released in the same month, regardless of the country or region in which the examinations were taken. The results will be available to view at the Cambridge Assessment International Education website at the time stated above.
A Level Results 2023 CIE:
Results for the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) A level are released in mid-August each year. The results are released via the Cambridge International website and can be accessed by logging into your student account. The CIE A-level results include the subject grades, UMS marks, and the overall grade.
Cambridge exam results are generally graded on an A-F scale. A is the highest grade and F is the lowest. The A-F grading scale is used for all Cambridge exams, including A-Levels, AS-Levels, IGCSEs, and O-Levels. The exact grade boundaries may vary from exam to exam, but generally a C is a pass and an A is an excellent result. The Cambridge Exam Grading Formula is based on a standard nine-point scale, with a range of 0-9. The grades are as follows:
- Grade 9: Excellent
- Grade 8: Very Good
- Grade 7: Good
- Grade 6: Satisfactory
- Grade 5: Adequate
- Grade 4: Weak
- Grade 3: Very Weak
- Grade 2: Poor
- Grade 1: Very Poor
AICE Results Grading:
All the papers are checked by paper while some exam types like MCQs are checked by the Computer optical mark up recognition device. The papers are composed by the trained teachers who are expert in the field of that examination. The AICE exams are graded on a numerical scale from 1-7, with a 7 being the highest possible score. Cambridge does not release individual student scores, as it is considered confidential information. However, Cambridge does release the percentage of students who achieved each score on the AICE exams.
- Score 1: 0.3%
- Score 2: 0.6%
- Score 3: 1.8%
- Score 4: 5.2%
- Score 5: 16.7%
- Score 6: 44.5%
- Score 7: 30.9%
After the marking of papers the result analysis is prepared. This analysis shows the complete detail about the passing, failing percentage in all campuses of the school/college. In the result analysis following subjects are included:
English Scale Test Result:
English scale (CES) is a test used to measure language skills. It consists of 10 items that are rated on a scale from 0 to 10. The CES is used to assess how proficient a person is in English. The score is based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The scale ranges from 0-200, with 0 being the lowest and 200 being the highest.
Result Sheet Verification:
Students can verify their result by filling the application form and submit it to the Board examination branch. Third parties can also verify the result of any candidate who appeared in the examination. Remember* according to the school rules the result verification will be sent only to the applicant address.