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The Covid-19 pandemic has continued to disrupt teaching and learning worldwide in 2022, and we understand that students and their families have faced challenges in many different ways. Our priority throughout this time has been to enable students to progress with their education in the fairest, and safest, way possible.
Most of our schools around the world held exams in the June 2022 series. A small proportion of schools were moved to our Portfolio of Evidence route because local or national restrictions meant they could not run exams.
No matter which route you took in June 2022, you will receive a fair and recognised grade from Cambridge International.
To help you understand your results, we have answered some of the most frequently asked questions below.
June 2022 results will be released as follows:
Exam results and portfolio of evidence results appear at the same time on these dates.
For more details, see our Help pages.
Our example statement of results (PDF, 179KB) explains what you can expect to see on results day. If you have any questions about your results, you should speak to your school.
* Dates of results release may be different in countries where Cambridge is the national examination system and administered by a public body, such as a ministry of education. Students in these countries should contact their school to find out when they will receive their results.
Like UK exam boards we have considered the impact of the pandemic on students as we grade the exams.
To reflect that we are in a pandemic recovery period we are moving gradually from the June 2021 standard of school-assessed grades back to the standard of exams in 2019. We are doing this in two equal steps – first in 2022 and again in 2023. So the standard of exams in June 2022 is at the midpoint between the standards of 2021 and 2019.
In other words, the grades awarded in June 2022 are more generous than those awarded in 2019, and less generous than those awarded in June 2021.
You can read more about the standard of Cambridge exams in this factsheet (PDF, 313KB).
Our short video explains how we have set grade standards in the June 2022 series and how this compares to the standard in 2019 and 2021. You may like to share this video with your candidates and their families.
VIDEO: Grading standards for the June 2022 exam series
If you have questions about your results, please speak to the exams officer at your school in the first instance. They should be able to answer your questions or find out more information for you.
If you are unhappy with your exam result(s) then you must speak to your exams officer and relevant subject teacher at your school in the first instance. They will be able to support you and tell you what options might be available.
You should speak to your school if you are interested in taking exams in a later series or carrying forward marks from June 2022. If you or your parents have any further questions, please contact your school in the first instance.
Our examiners give a mark to each of the three pieces of evidence. These marks will be added together to give a final mark for the portfolio. To manage this consistently across centres when marking, all pieces of evidence count equally in their contribution to the final mark. So, each piece of the evidence is assigned a third of the available final mark for the portfolio.
Further information about marking the portfolio is on our website.
Yes, we have aligned awarding standards for students taking exams with awarding standards for students using the portfolio of evidence route, so that no student is advantaged or disadvantaged by their route to their grades.