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August 12, 2015

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CIE announces examination results

CIE announces examination results

Karachi
The Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) on Tuesday announced the results for examinations held in May/June, 2015.
The students could access their results on the official website of British Council Pakistan through their log-ins.
Following the official announcement students took to social media websites to express a mix of emotions, some criticised the CIE for poor grading while some were over the moon with the number of A’s they had gotten. One student, who had secured an A* and three A's believed it was the hard work that paid off, while another was convinced of bagging better results had the electricity crisis not disturbed his studying routine.
CIE Country Director, Uzma Yousuf, claimed that over 250,000 exam entries were received this year from schools in Pakistan.
"Yes we are seeing an increase in the uptake of Cambridge qualifications in Pakistan. Exam entries have risen by five percent in the past year.”
The most popular Cambridge O Level subjects were English Language and Maths whereas the most popular A Level subjects were Math and Physics, she stated.
Responding to a question, she mentioned that CIE did not publish grades on a country basis.
Global grades for Cambridge O Level, IGCSE and International A Level would be published on the official website at the end of August 2015.

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