On August 10th, 2017, Cambridge released the exam results for the June 2017 series exams. Each student should have received login information and verified their results on https://myresults.cie.org.uk/cie-candidate-results/login.
Please let me know if you have not received your login information or if you are having difficulty accessing your exam results.
Once candidates have received their results, they are able to re-take an exam that they received an “UNGRADED” score. If your student received a score of a “U,” meaning ungraded, he/she is eligible to purchase a retake examination. UNGRADED indicates a standard below the required score needed for Grade E(e). If a student wishes to retake an AS exam, he/she must take all components for that AS.
Students who have received a “U” on their examination, still earn high school credit for the AICE course taken as long as they passed with a “D” or higher in the course.
It is also important to note that it is the student’s responsibility to prepare for the examination and that any work missed from classes while taking an exam will need to be made up. Absences from class while making up an AICE Examination will not count against a student’s attendance.
Exam retakes cost $95.00 per exam and can be paid with a check or money order made out to Pasco High School. Please include on the memo line the student ID. Registration and payment must be received by September 15, 2017. This is a hard deadline. Cambridge will charge the school a late entry fee in addition of the exam for entries made after the deadline.
The dates of the retake examinations are attached. Retakes will take place in October and November. Please use the following link no later than September 15, 2017 to register for an exam retake.
Retake Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/pUQekQHw5IKbGLiz2
There are 2 AICE Exam sessions each year October/November and May/June and we normally need assistance with proctoring the exams. Please let me know if you are interested & willing to train to be a Cambridge Exam Invigilator (Cambridge “Invigilators” UK Term for “Proctor” or “Administrator”).
Obviously, parents couldn’t be an invigilator during an exam that their child is taking – but we can work around that.
Please let me know if anyone is interested, I would really appreciate your assistance. Thank you for all you do for the kids & the program!