Cambridge Announces O-Level, IGCSE and ICE Results

Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) announced the results of O-level, IGCSE, and ICE for the June 2022 examination series on Thursday.

Thousands of Pakistani students along with millions of students from all over the world have received their results for O-level, IGCSE, and ICE for June 2022 exam series. The development comes over a week after the CAIE announced the results of AS and A-level on 11 August.

According to details, Pakistani schools had filed more than 200,000 subject entries for O-level, IGCSE, and ICE for June 2022 exam series. Nearly 56,000 candidates from 628 schools appeared in the exam series.

Islamiyat, English Language, and Pakistan Studies remained the most popular subject selections among Pakistani students for the exam series.

Speaking in this regard, Christine Ozden, CAIE’s Chief Executive, said that the results are a testament to the hard work of students and support from the teachers.

She added that 2022 has been another difficult year for education as the Coronavirus pandemic still continues to disrupt everyday life around the world.

A number of CAIE students and teachers have been impacted due to the closures of schools under the ongoing Coronavirus-induced restrictions in different parts of the world.

Ozden said that students have demonstrated extraordinary resilience to get to this point. The teachers have also shown an unparalleled passion for the success of students.

Country Director CAIE Pakistan, Uzma Yousuf, congratulated the students as well as the teachers, schools, and families for extending unwavering support to the students during what has been another difficult year.

This is a fantastic achievement, in the face of yet another difficult year, as these students have had to overcome many challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. All those receiving results today should be very proud of what they have achieved.

She also thanked the British Council for conducting June 2022 exam series during a difficult time and for ensuring the safety of all students during the exams through strict Coronavirus SOPs.