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10 Aug 2021
Thousands of students around the world are celebrating today after receiving their Cambridge International AS & A Level results.
06 Aug 2021
Today’s update highlights the extra resources and guidance we have created to help you prepare for results and support students and their families.
02 Aug 2021
On 1 August 2021, Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press became a single organisation: Cambridge University Press & Assessment.
16 Jul 2021
In our update this week, you can find more information about our June and November 2022 series, what we will do if exams cannot take place and how you can let us know your views.
07 Jul 2021
We’re always developing new support materials to help teachers deliver Cambridge programmes successfully in the classroom. Here are some of the latest resources on the School Support Hub, our secure online site for teachers at Cambridge schools. You can find them in the 'Teaching and learning' section of the relevant syllabus page.
02 Jul 2021
We will run exams for the November 2021 series as scheduled where safe and permitted.
25 Jun 2021
This week’s update includes reminders about our Quality Assurance Process for the June 2021 series, plus the latest guidance on our November 2021 series.
15 Jun 2021
New research finds that 90 per cent of Cambridge students enrolled at Florida State University graduate within 4 years, compared to 78 per cent of students who enrolled with no credit via advanced high school programs.
10 Jun 2021
Cambridge Assessment International Education conducted a survey among Spanish teachers to assess the impact of the pandemic on education.
09 Jun 2021
We’re pleased to announce that all public colleges and universities in the state of Indiana, US, will now award college credit to students earning a score of E or higher on Cambridge International AS & A Level examinations. This gives Cambridge International AS & A Level courses the same grade weighting as other advanced courses offered to high school students in the US.