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We release exam results in January (following the November exam series) and August (June exam series). Your school will tell you when your results will be available and how you will receive them. You might need to go to your school to collect your results, or your school might give you a password so that you can view your results on our secure website.
Find out which certificates are issued for each qualification.
Results will be available on the following dates:
UTC is Coordinated Universal Time and is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and time. GMT is Greenwich Mean Time.
You can give these results to candidates immediately.
Like other exam boards, Cambridge International has been moving the standard of Cambridge qualifications back to the pre-pandemic standard of 2019 in gradual steps. The standard of exams in 2023 has returned to the standard of 2019, and the impact of the pandemic has been taken into account when setting the grade boundaries. This means a student who would have achieved a grade A before the pandemic will be just as likely to get a grade A in 2023.
If you have any questions about the standard of exams, speak to your exams officer in the first instance.
Once you’ve received your results, you might need to use one of our results services. Here’s what we offer:
We take great care in marking and grading your work, but occasionally something can go wrong. This is why we have an ‘enquiries about results’ service.
If you have questions about your grade, talk to your school first who will be able to advise you.
We know that many students have deadlines for submitting results to educational institutions around the world, which are often very close to our result issue dates. So you can ask us to send a provisional statement of results directly to your chosen educational institutions on the day results are published. Simply complete the form below and return it to us.
Priority Results Information Application Form (PDF, 1MB)
You don’t need to use this service if you are applying to a UK university. We send all results to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) in time to meet any required university deadlines.
Sometimes a university or other third party institution needs us to verify your results. They can apply for this service at any time using the form below. The outcome of the results verification will only be sent directly to the third party.
Results verification application form (PDF, 576KB)
If a student needs evidence of their competence in English as part of a visa application to study in the UK, or a university application, we can provide a Certifying Statement for CEFR. Our application form and guidance are available from the Recognition in the UK web page.
We do not calculate Grade Point Average for students. As there is no universal way to calculate GPA, we recommend that you contact your chosen university or a credential evaluator to a calculate your GPA.
Credential evaluators who offer GPA calculation service include:
Use the online Grade Transcript Service. This 4-step online form lets US students who took exams in the US send grade transcripts to US institutions quickly and securely. Learn more about how to get and send exam grades for US Cambridge students.