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Following our update to schools on 17 August, we will issue new grades via Cambridge International Direct and the Candidate Results Service (if applicable) on Friday 21 August. Please see www.cambridgeinternational.org/covid for more information.
Our priority is supporting schools during what is likely to be a very different results period to previous years.
In this section, there is a range of support to guide you through this uncertain time, helping you prepare for and manage results day, and to understand the post-results checks available for the June 2020 series.
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You can find the latest information in our FAQs. For more information visit our help page below.
The results documents you will receive will be a pdf with provisional results information for each candidate and broadsheets in both Excel and pdf format. As with your original results documents for June 2020, there will be no Percentage Uniform Marks (PUMs) or Component Marks information.
We have stopped work on post-results checks and appeals. If you have one submitted, you will not be charged or receive an outcome for it. You don’t need to withdraw them from Direct. If you have had a completed post-results check, you will also not be charged.
Candidates (and their parents or legal guardians) cannot appeal against the predicted grades their school submitted for them. If you are unhappy about the predicted grade you have received, please speak to your school directly as they will be best placed to provide you with advice and guidance on your results.
For June 2020, the predicted grades and rank order positions have been decided by our centres and confirmed by the heads of centre, or school principal. When your centre submitted predicted grades and rank orders to us, the head of centre completed a declaration of authority. By completing this declaration, the head of centre confirmed that the data submitted was final and correct. They also confirmed their understanding that once the predicted grades and rank orders were submitted, they would be considered as final by Cambridge International. It is your head of centre or school principal, therefore, who is best placed to provide you with advice and guidance on your results.
Yes. We cannot speak for every university in the world, but every indication is that they will recognise them. UK universities will do so. We continue to engage with universities and will let you know if we hear any more information on university recognition.
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