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For 2020 we have made changes to some of our regulations and procedures. The table below lists some of the main changes and where you can find more information in the Handbook. Please look out for the new icon for details of all changes.
Exams officer professional development
Termination of Agreement
Cambridge International identity
Cambridge International Direct
We have simplified our access arrangement procedures. Previously we offered three types:
Cambridge IGCSE grading scales
If you make an entry for either Cambridge IGCSEs graded A*–G or 9–1, you will not be able to move to the other grading scale after the final entries deadline.
If you accidentally make an entry for an A*–G syllabus you must withdraw the entry, and re-enter the candidate for the corresponding 9–1 syllabus. The same applies for accidental entries for any 9–1 syllabuses.
Phase 3 of the exams cycle is now called ‘Coursework and moderation’ instead of ‘Teacher assessment’. We have made this change to avoid confusion and make it clearer what the section is about.
Online writing assistants
Question paper front covers
Forecast Grade Forms
Storing confidential materials
Checking you have the correct question paper packet before opening it
Certifying statements for Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)
Chk Cambridge Primary Checkpoint and Lower Secondary Checkpoint results
To view the Cambridge Handbook (UK version) in full please visit our Cambridge exams officers guide page.