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17 Sep 2020
Today’s update includes a final reminder on the deadline for appeals for the June 2020 series.
10 Sep 2020
Today’s update starts with some information on training available to schools. See the ‘support for schools’ section below.
04 Sep 2020
Following our announcement on 17 August about the change in our awarding process for June 2020, this week we are providing more guidance on some of the main questions we have received.
27 Aug 2020
20 Aug 2020
Following our announcement on 17 August about the change in our awarding process for June 2020, this week’s update provides answers to the main questions we’ve been asked since.
17 Aug 2020
On 14 August we said we were looking at how we could best respond to feedback from schools and students on the outcomes of the June 2020 series. We have decided to bring forward this response to today.
14 Aug 2020
Since we released our results on 11 August, we've been listening to the feedback and suggestions from our schools and students. We know schools have been pleased that we were able to provide grades in challenging circumstances.
12 Aug 2020
We have been listening to schools and students as they’ve received their results. While many students are happy with their grades, we know some are disappointed.
11 Aug 2020
We have issued the results of our June 2020 series today. This update contains resources to support schools with issuing those results to students, as well as communicating the process for awarding grades this year. It also has more advice on post-results checks.
In a year like no other, Cambridge International released the results of its June 2020 series on time, to thousands of schools around the world today. Altogether more than 950,000 grades were issued, to almost 4,000 schools in 139 countries.