Some Cambridge International AS & A Level syllabuses include coursework component(s). There are two different ways that the marks from the coursework component(s) in these syllabuses can be carried forward to a future series. See below for more details about each way to carry forward coursework marks.
You can find more information about:
Please note that in all cases our usual carry-forward rules apply. In particular:
- The series in which the coursework was originally submitted must be within 13 months of the current series.
- There must have been no changes to the syllabus since the original coursework was submitted which prevent carry forward to the current version of the syllabus.
What are the different ways that marks from coursework components can be carried forward?
We have summarised the two ways below. For more detailed information follow the links above or in the table below.
Which syllabuses have coursework components?
You should always use your Cambridge Guide to Making Entries – this will tell you whether a syllabus has a coursework component that can be carried forward. An example is shown below.
Sometimes the component has a name other than coursework, for example ‘project’ or ‘practical’. Your Guide to Making Entries will show whether the component can be carried forward. An example is shown below.