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You must follow our rules for making carry forward entries. The information on this page will help you to make carry forward entries correctly.
Some syllabuses allow candidates to carry forward marks from a previous exam series to a future exam series. There are two reasons for doing this:
This applies if the whole AS Level was completed in the same previous exam series. The marks achieved for the whole AS Level are carried forward.
This applies if the whole qualification was completed in a previous exam series. The marks from non-examination assessments, such as coursework and speaking tests, are carried forward.
You must make carry forward entries when you make your entries.
You must read our Carry-forward regulations supplement for Exams Officers and centre staff. Use this in conjunction with the Cambridge Handbook and your Cambridge Guide to Making Entries (available on Cambridge International Direct) if you are making any carry forward entries.
Our carry-forward regulations supplement contains:
If your centre is moved to the portfolio of evidence route, there is specific guidance to follow about carrying forward marks. You can find this on our website, on the portfolio of evidence page relevant to the series you are making entries for. Our usual carry-forward entry rules also apply to portfolio of evidence.