Edexcel IGCSE Results online 2022/2023 -How Can I check my IGCSE results online
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What is IGCSE
International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) The International General Certificate of Secondary Education is an English language based examination similar to GCSE and is recognized in the United Kingdom as being equivalent to the GCSE for the purposes of recognizing prior attainment. It was developed by University of Cambridge International Examinations
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The IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is equivalent to the 10th/SSC standard in the Indian education system. The IGCSE result 2021 has been included along with AS and A level exam results, which are equivalent to the 11th and 12th standard in the Indian education system.
The released result is provisional only. Candidates will be able to check and submit the enquiries online only at the direct result portal. The last date of sending the enquiries is 11 June 2021.
IGCSE Results Releasing Date
The key dates for Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level are given below:
|March 2021 Series starts||8 February 2021|
|March 2021 Series ends||121 March 2021|
|Provisional Result released on Direct||25 May (6:00 PM)|
|Provisional Result dispatch sent||Late May|
|Enquiries about Result deadline||11 June 2021|
|Deadline for the submitting requests for the return of coursework||11 June 2021|
|Certificates sent||Late June|
NOTE: For more information go to http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/examsofficersguide.
How to Check IGCSE Results
The candidates should follow the below-given steps to check the result:
Step-1: Click on the direct link mentioned above on this page or visit the official website of the Cambridge school.
Step-2: Navigate the direct result dispatch portal link on the home page (direct.cie.org.uk).
Step-3: Click on the “log in to Access Your Result Files”.
Step-4: Now enter the login credentials like user name and password in the given fields.
Step-5: Your results files will be available on the results page.
Step-6: Click on the PDF file link and check your result.
Details on IGCSE Results
The following provisional results files will be available from a separate results page in Direct:
- provisional results information for every candidate (PDF)
- provisional results for your centre in broadsheet format (PDF)
- provisional results for your centre in broadsheet format (Microsoft Excel)
See the details and documents that will be released in the result:
- Syllabus results and component grades
- Results broadsheet
- Moderation adjustments summary report
- Provisional result information
- Component marks report
Syllabus Grades Reported on Provisional Result
- A*(a*), A(a), B(b), C(c), D(d), E(e), F(f) or G(g). A*(a*) is the highest grade and G(g) the lowest.
- ‘UNGRADED’ shows that the candidate failed to reach the standard required for Grade G(g).
IGCSE language syllabuses:
- For some language syllabuses, separate oral endorsement grades are reported on a scale of 1 (ONE) to 5 (FIVE), 1 (ONE) being the highest and 5 (FIVE) the lowest.
- Candidates who fail to reach the standard required for grade 5 (FIVE) will have nothing reported on the statements of results or certificates
- Endorsement grades are only shown on certificates where the overall syllabus grade in the language concerned is Grade G(g) or better.
- ICE statements of results are issued to candidates who have entered for ICE.
- Distinction, Merit and Pass will be awarded to candidates who meet the requirements of ICE.
- The statement of results shows the ICE outcome and the individual syllabus results for IGCSE.
- Only individual syllabus results for the final series are reported on this statement of results. Therefore, not all of the counting syllabuses used to determine the ICE award are shown for candidates taking ICE over more than one series.
- The award rules for the ICE are at the end of this document.
GCE AS Level & A Level:
- GCE AS Level – a(a), b(b), c(c), d(d) or e(e). a(a) is the highest and e(e) the lowest.
- GCE A Level – A*(a*), A(a), B(b), C(c), D(d) or E(e). A*(a*) is the highest grade and E(e) the lowest.
- In some GCE A-Levels, a candidate whose overall performance in the syllabus falls short of the standard required for Grade E(e) will be awarded a GCE AS Level Grade an (a), b(b), c(c), d(d) or e(e), if their performance is good enough in the components that constitute a GCE AS Level.
- ‘UNGRADED’ shows that the candidate failed to reach the standard required for Grade e(e) for GCE AS Level and Grade E(e) for GCE A Level.
What is the Cambridge International Results Dispatch?
The results dispatch is a specific portal that contains the information you need about the March 2021 series results.
The ‘hard copy results reports’ of pages 2–3 lists the documents in this dispatch, and tells you what you need to do with them.
What is ‘Pending’ and ‘No Result’?
In your result report, you may see these terms:
- ‘PENDING or Q’ means the result cannot be issued at present and will follow in due course.
- ‘NO RESULT or X’ means one of the following:
- Notified the candidate was absent or withdrawn from one or more components of the exam and so is not eligible for the award of a grade.
- There is no record of a mark in one or more components of the exam for the candidate and notified they were absent or withdrawn. Therefore, they are not eligible for the award of a grade.
Grade Vs Percentage Uniform Marks Range
The board does not provide a percentage uniform mark when the candidate’s result is Ungraded, No Result, Pending or To Be Issued. The table below shows the percentage uniform mark range for each grade:
|Grades||Percentage Uniform Mark Range|
|A*||90 – 100|
|A||80 – 89|
|B||70 – 79|
|C||60 – 69|
|D||40 – 59|
|E||40 – 49|
(Cambridge IGCSE only)
|30 – 39|
(Cambridge IGCSE only)
|20 – 29|
NOTE: In the case of the Cambridge International AS Level qualification, where there is no Grade ‘a*’, the percentage uniform mark range for Grade ‘a’ is 80–100.’
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Enquiries about Results
For the March series, you can submit enquiries about results through Direct. A step-by-step guide showing you how to submit an enquiry, and detailing the range of services are available on the exams officer section of our website http://www.cambridgeinternational.org/march.
If you have any inquiries about still open results, the candidate(s) involved will receive their certificates when the enquiry is closed. The deadline for enquiries about results is June
Cambridge Assessment International Education Examinations
- International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE™)
- International Certificate of Education (ICE)
- General Certificate of Education – Advanced Subsidiary Level (GCE AS Level) and Advanced Level (GCE A-Level)
- Advanced International Certificate of Education Diploma (AICE Diploma)
- Cambridge International Project Qualification (CIPQ).
FAQs on IGCSE Results
Q- What is the full form of IGCSE?
A- International General Certificate of Secondary Education.
Q- IGCSE equivalent to which standard in India?
A- It is equivalent to the 10th standard in the Indian education system.
Q- What is the declaration date of the IGCSE result?
A- The provisional result released on May .
Q- What is the mode of availability of results?
A- The result is released online only.
Q- Who will announce the result?
A- The Cambridge Assessment International Education releases the results.
Q- What is the official website to check the result?
A- The official website of direct.cie.org.uk.
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