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Some syllabuses allow candidates to carry forward marks from a previous exam series to a later series. Candidates can only carry forward marks for internally assessed work.
Candidates can carry forward marks to:
You must make carry forward entries when you make your entries.
The table below shows how components can be carried forward between exam series’:
Candidates must have marks for all papers which make up the carry forward component.
If a candidate is missing a mark for one or more of the papers which make up the component, they will not receive a grade.
A carry forward component includes papers 11, 21 and 31. The candidate has marks for components 11 and 21, but not 31. If you enter the candidate for this carry forward component, they will not receive a grade for the syllabus.
It is not possible to carry forward this mark because the candidate was withdrawn from the syllabus.
If a candidate sits their original exam in the March exam series, they cannot carry forward their mark to the June exam series of the same year. This is because the results for the March series are not released until after the June series timetabled exams have started.
They can carry forward their mark to the November series in the same year, or the March series of the following year.
There are lots of options for carrying forward Cambridge International AS Level results, depending if your candidate wants to:
You can find more information in your Cambridge Guide to Making Entries on >Direct.