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Students from class 10 to class 12 who have made entries for the March 2021 series will be able to access their results on 25th May 2021 from the official website of Cambridge International Direct by using their credentials. Last year, the March 2020 series result was announced on 19th May 2021. 

Moreover, last year, a total of 51,190 students across 337 schools in the country from IGCSE (Class 10), AS (Class 11), and A (Class 12) levels had made submissions in the March 2020 series. Of the total students who submitted, 41,000 students belonged to IGCSE, whereas the remaining 11,000 were from AS and A level of education. According to the result statistics last year, several schools had students achieve grades A* and AAt SVKM International School, 55% of the students had received grades A* and A. Similarly, at Utpal Shanghvi Global School, 34.38% of students from A level and 58.7% students of IGCSE had received grades A* and A. 

According to the submissions made last year, some of the most sought after subjects for IGCSE level were Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, First language. For A and AS level students, the most preferred subjects of choice were Mathematics, English, Physics, Chemistry and Economics. In India, the March series is more popular when compared to others for A level students due to its timely announcement of results as it helps students apply to various colleges and sit for entrance examinations within the country. 

With over 10,000 schools affiliated to the board operating across 180 countries, more than a million students are enrolled to learn from the world's largest board, offering the widest range of educational programmes. Cambridge International has developed the Cambridge pathway consisting of four stages: primary, lower secondary, upper secondary and advanced, for students across all ages to prepare them for school, universities, and beyond. Most universities in the world widely recognize IGCSE.

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IGCSE Result 2021 Highlights

Here are the highlights of the IGCSE result 2021.

Board Name

Cambridge International 

Popularly Known As

IGCSE 

Exam Name

Cambridge International Examination

Category

Result

Result date

25th May 2021

Official Website for Results

directresults.cie.org.uk

How to Check Cambridge International Examinations Result 2021?

All the students can follow the steps given below to access the results from the board's official website. It is important to note that this is only a provisional result that lists out the syllabus entered by the candidate and the respective syllabus grades awarded. 

Step 1: Visit the official website - cambridgeinternational.org 

Step 2: On the new window, click on "Login to access your result files."

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Step 3: Enter your Direct "Username" and "Password." 

Cambridge International Direct

Step 4: All the results that have been released will now be visible on the screen. Click on the relevant link to view and download.

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Steps to Check Cambridge IGCSE Results Statistics 

Students can follow the step-by-step procedure given below to check the Cambridge IGCSE results statistics from the official website.

Step 1: Visit the official website - cambridgeinternational.org 

Step 2: Click on "Programmes and qualifications" section and select "Result Statistics". (For Cambridge Upper Secondary IGCSE)IG Board Result

Step 3: A new window will pop up with Result stats PDF file. Click on the PDF link to download.IG Board Result PDF

Cambridge International Examinations (IGCSE Board)

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Results Broadsheet - A document showing the syllabus grades of all candidates.

Components Marks Report - It is a document for teachers reference that lists out the performance of each student by presenting the grades achieved by the students across the different components of the syllabus.   

Syllabus Grades On Provisional Results Marks Sheet

The following table explains the meaning of the grades given on the Provisional results marksheet:

Qualification 

Grades

IGCSE 
  • 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
  • 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 rade 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
  • 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 an GCE AS Level Grade a(a), b(b), c(c), d(d) or e(e), if their performance is good enough in the components that constitute an 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 ALevel.
AICE Diploma
  • AICE Diploma statements of results are issued to candidates who have entered for the AICE Diploma.

  • Distinction, Merit or Pass will be awarded to candidates who meet the requirements of the AICE Diploma. An aggregate of the total points scored will also be shown.

  • To determine the award, each syllabus which may count towards the diploma is allocated points according to the grade achieved.

  • Where a candidate has more than the required number of syllabuses which count towards the diploma, those which have been used to determine the AICE Diploma award are shown with an asterisk (*). 

  • Only individual syllabus results for the final series are reported on this statement of results. Therefore, not all of the syllabuses used to determinethe AICEDiploma awardare shown for candidates taking the AICE Diploma overmore than oneseries. 

  • ‘NO RESULT” shows the candidate failed to reach the standard required for the AICE Diploma. An aggregate total points score is not shown.

  • The award rules for the AICE Diploma are detailed at the end of this document.

Grade Point Average

Cambridge International does not calculate Grade Point Averages for students. As there is no universal way to calculate GPA, we recommend that you contact your chosen university or a credential evaluator to calculate your GPA.

Credential evaluators that offer GPA calculation services include:

  • World Education Services

  • Educational Credential Evaluators

  • Josef Silny & Associates

  • International Education Research Foundation

  • Educational Perspectives

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