Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) has decided to grade all students in the upcoming May and June examination, suspended due to COVID-19 pandemic, based on a range of evidence by collaborating with all the schools.
According to the CAIE’s country director for Pakistan, Uzma Yousuf, CAIE will combine the evidence provided by schools with the evidence at its disposal.
The decision on grades to be awarded to students will be made by Cambridge, using our own evidence combined with evidence from schools. We are asking schools to collaborate with us as we make evidence-based decisions about grades for each student in each subject they have entered for in the May and June 2020 examination series.
CAIE will assess the knowledge and understanding of each student, including the preparation done for May and June examination, in a fair and impartial manner. The examination board has reassured students that the educational body will extend its maximum possible support to help them move forward in their academic careers.
Previously, CAIE had announced on March 23 the cancellation of all examinations scheduled to be held in May and June this year because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The educational body had earlier decided to grade all candidates based on the knowledge acquired in their respective courses.
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