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We have been working to determine how we will support schools taking Cambridge Pre-U in the June 2022 exam series if it is not possible to run examinations. As Cambridge Pre-U is a regulated qualification, we have been guided by the decisions of the Department of Education and Ofqual.
In the unlikely event that exams are not able to go ahead in June 2022 due to the pandemic, Cambridge Pre-U would be awarded using school-assessed grades. All other Cambridge International qualifications would be assessed using our Portfolio of Evidence approach.
To support you should we need to award Cambridge Pre-U students using school-assessed grades, we have updated our guidance for Collecting and using evidence to decide school-assessed grades (PDF, 495KB) for the June 2022 series. Where our guidance differs from that of June 2021, this is marked on the document with ‘New’ and with exclamation mark icons.
The Rationale Document has the same structure as June 2021:
Rationale Document Word File (DOCX, 85KB)
Rationale Document PDF (PDF, 266KB)
If exams are cancelled, schools will be asked to submit Cambridge Pre-U grades to Cambridge International during our June 2022 exam series.
We will ask schools to share details of the internal quality assurance processes they have followed while collating portfolios of student work, and when submitting assessed grades. Cambridge International will also carry out external quality assurance checks on grades.