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Cambridge International releases results for June 2022 series

At the end of another challenging year for students and schools, thousands of students in India can celebrate this month after receiving their Cambridge International AS & A Level and Cambridge IGCSE exam results.

Cambridge International, part of the University of Cambridge and the largest provider of international education for 3 to 19-year-olds released the results of its June 2022 exam series to Cambridge IGCSE students in India and around the world today. Cambridge International AS & A Level results were released on 11 August.

In total, nearly half a million students worldwide entered Cambridge exams in June 2022, including over 8000 students in India. June 2022 saw 1.4 million entries for Cambridge exams from schools in 147 countries.

Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, exams went ahead in nearly all countries this year, with more than 220,000 students making entries for Cambridge International AS & A Level and 250,000 students entering Cambridge IGCSE and O Level qualifications globally in June 2022. Where exams could not go ahead because of local Covid-19 restrictions, Cambridge International provided an alternative assessment marked by Cambridge examiners.

Cambridge International engaged with education authorities, governments, and schools worldwide to ensure the June 2022 exam series ran safely and provided support to help students and teachers to adapt the running of exams and other assessments to the disruption caused by Covid-19.

Students in India have been able to gain the qualifications they need to take their next steps, which is a testament to their resilience and the ongoing support of their teachers, families, and communities.

In total, schools in India made almost 19,000 entries for Cambridge IGCSE and over 11,000 entries for Cambridge International AS & A Levels in the June 2022 series.

Mathematics, English (First Language), and Physics were the most popular Cambridge IGCSE subjects, and Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry were the most popular Cambridge International AS & A Level subjects in India.

Christine Özden, Chief Accountable Officer, Cambridge International, said: “This year has been another tough one – the pandemic has continued to disrupt our lives and to learn in different ways. Some of our students and teachers have been affected by school closures and ongoing restrictions.

“More than ever, I congratulate Cambridge students for their hard work towards these results. They’ve shown great resilience and dedication to get to this point, and I am proud of everyone’s achievements. They can now progress to new opportunities and experiences, and I’m confident they have the skills, knowledge, and courage to succeed in every choice they make.

“I also want to express special thanks to Cambridge schools and teachers. Their commitment and passion for education have been fundamental to their students’ success.”
Mahesh Srivastava, Regional Director, South Asia at Cambridge International, said: “I would like to congratulate all our students in India on their results. This year has been a transformational year in students’ educational journeys. With schools reopening and on-campus learning resuming, students prepared with a dedication to ace the series. The performance of students in India has been remarkable and we are proud of their achievements. I would also like to congratulate schools on the support they have given to students, the success of the series and smooth completion of the exams.”
Nearly 400 schools across India offer Cambridge programs and qualifications to their students. The Cambridge Pathway curriculum offers flexibility and choice to students and schools, with over 70 subjects available at Cambridge IGCSE and over 55 subjects offered at Cambridge International AS & A Level. In India, students have a choice of three exam series each year.
Notes to editors
About Cambridge Assessment International Education
Cambridge Assessment International Education prepares school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. We are part of the University of Cambridge.
Our Cambridge Pathway gives students a clear path for educational success from age 5 to 19. Schools can shape the curriculum around how they want students to learn – with a wide range of subjects and flexible ways to offer them. It helps students discover new abilities and a wider world and gives them the skills they need for life, so they can achieve at school, university, and work.Cambridge International is the short name of Cambridge Assessment International Education.
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