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This update is for students for whom the June 2020 exam series would normally be the last series for which they can sit exams and gain their Cambridge ICE certificate.
As Cambridge International will not hold exams in the June 2020 series in any country, we will allow an exceptional exemption for Cambridge ICE students to the usual rule that candidates must complete all elements within 13 months.
The exemption will apply if:
If candidates meet these criteria, they can count grades awarded in the November 2020 OR June 2021 series. However, they must first discount any entries from June 2020 where they received a grade – in other words, they must withdraw from any June 2020 syllabuses they entered which are intended to count towards Cambridge ICE, and withdraw the Cambridge ICE entry before the issue of June 2020 certificates. If you do not want to use your June 2020 results, please contact us as soon as results are released.
This means candidates can wait to see their June 2020 results before deciding whether or not to withdraw their entries; and that we will accept in these circumstances withdrawals between the issue of provisional results and certification. In line with our normal process, re-takes will not be permitted to count towards Cambridge ICE.
It is still the case that the candidates may only use grades from a maximum of two series. All other rules relating to Cambridge ICE still apply.