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CIE declares O level, A level exam result 2013

New Delhi, Aug 14 (): The Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) announced O level and A Level examination results on Tuesday, August 13 2013 that were held in the month of May/June 2013.

The CIE announced in its website stating that the long wait for the exam results has come to an end for Cambridge learners worldwide. The provisional results were declared on August 13 at 06.00 (British Standard Time).

Students are requested to view the result on CIE’s website https://myresults.cie.org.uk using one’s username and password.

Username and passwords were also offered to students who appeared for the Cambridge exam.

Compared to 2012, this year number of secondary (O level) and senior secondary (AS and A levels) students who took the Cambridge examination 2013 saw a considerable rise of 15 percent since 2012.

Most of the national plus and international-standard pilot schools (RSBIs) as well as International schools are offering Cambridge qualifications to students.

There are nearly 166 Cambridge schools in Indonesia, claimed the CIE with more than 9,000 Cambridge schools in 160 countries worldwide. Most of IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) O level and Cambridge International AS and A level students preferred to go with math, physics and biology as their main subjects during the exam this year in Indonesia . As far as Indonesia is concerned humanities and religious studies are said to be favourite subjects among millions of Indonesian students.

Meanwhile the CIE which announced cancellation of Cambridge O Level and Cambridge IGCSE Islamiyat and Pakistan Studies across the country asked the students who appeared for this exam to take new examination for these two subjects. The students also protested the move of the CIE for cancelling the papers. Though there was some bitterness earlier among the students in Pakistan after the cancellation of the papers, the overall result proved that it did not affect the performance of the students, said examination branch manager of a private school in Pakistan.

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