Cambridge International aims at running its two exam series’ in June and November next year, according to a statement issued on Thursday.
According to the details, the step was taken due to the challenges faced by many schools in Pakistan and around the world continue to facing the pandemic situation.
Cambridge board has published details of a range of measures it is putting in place to help schools and students make “a success of the June 2021 exam series”.
Cambridge International said in a statement that, aims at attaining its two key priorities to keep students safe and enable them to obtain their qualifications so they can progress with their next steps in education through the package.
The June exam series will be conducted as planned in May and June 2021 though, schools will have the chance to request exemptions from some exam papers.
Cambridge has also published that the adjustments to their assessments measures for some syllabus, which schools can apply for, where it will make safer for the students to complete their education.
“For example, where a student might have previously had to visit a physical location or perform in front of a live audience as part of their final assessment, they will be able to do these tasks online or submit recordings,” the statement said.