Exam Registration/Results Released Key Dates

Find out your exam registration and result release key dates below:

June 2018 series (International)
June 2018 series (UK)
November 2018 series (International)
November 2018 series (UK)
March 2019 series (India Only)



June 2018 series (International)


*Attention:*
Cambridge IGCSE, O Level, International AS & A Level and Cambridge Pre-U Global Perspectives & Research results will be released to schools on 14 August at 06:00 (BST) (05:00 UTC/GMT).

All other Cambridge Pre-U results will be released to schools on Wednesday 15 August at 00.01 BST (23.01 UTC/GMT Tuesday 14 August). Results can be issued to candidates at 06.00 BST (05.00 UTC/GMT) on Thursday 16 August.

If you are a student and have any questions about the release of results please refer these to the exams officer at the school or centre where you have taken your exams.

21 February
Final entries deadline

17 April
Late entries deadline

30 April
Start of timetabled exam period (first subject for June series)

14 June
End of timetabled exam period

Mid June - end July
Marking and grading period

14 August (05:00 UTC/GMT)
Results released for all qualifications, including Cambridge Pre-U Global Perspectives & Research (9766)

14 August
Results released for other Cambridge Pre-U syllabuses (released to candidates on 16 August)

20 September
Deadline for enquiries about results

Mid October
Certificates despatched

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June 2018 series (UK)


*Attention:*
Cambridge IGCSE, O Level, International AS & A Level and Cambridge Pre-U Global Perspectives & Research results will be released to schools on 14 August at 06:00 (BST) (05:00 UTC/GMT).

All other Cambridge Pre-U results will be released to schools on Wednesday 15 August at 00.01 BST (23.01 UTC/GMT Tuesday 14 August). Results can be issued to candidates at 06.00 BST (05.00 UTC/GMT) on Thursday 16 August.

If you are a student and have any questions about the release of results please refer these to the exams officer at the school or centre where you have taken your exams.

21 February
Final entries deadline

17 April
Late entries deadline

30 April
Start of timetabled exam period (first subject for June series)

14 June
End of timetabled exam period

Mid June - end July
Marking and grading period

14 August
Results released for Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level

15 August
Cambridge Pre-U results released online (released to candidates on 16 August)

23 August
Deadline for priority enquiries about results and priority copy of script requests

20 September
Deadline for enquiries about results and copy of script requests

Mid October
Certificates despatched

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November 2018 series (International)


*Attention:*
Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge O Level results will be released to schools on 17 January 2019 06:00 (GMT). Results can be issued to candidates immediately.

Cambridge International AS and A Level and Cambridge Pre-U results will be released to schools on 10 January 2019 06:00 (GMT). Cambridge AS and A Level results can be issued to candidates immediately, however please contact your school to confirm when Cambridge Pre-U results can be issued to candidates.

For further information about the release of results, you can visit CIE’s website.

If you are a student and have any questions about the release of results please refer these to the exams officer at the school or centre where you have taken your exams.

16 August 2018
Final deadline for first-time entries

21 September 2018
Late entries deadline

Early October 2018
Start of timetabled exam period

Mid November 2018
End of timetabled exam period

November – December 2018
Marking and grading period

No later than 10 January 2019
Results released for Cambridge International AS & A Level

Mid January 2019
Results released for other qualifications, including IGCSE, O-level and Cambridge Pre-U

26 February 2019
Deadline for enquiries about results

Mid March 2019
Certificates despatched

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November 2018 series (UK)


*Attention:*
Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge O Level results will be released to schools on 17 January 2019 06:00 (GMT). Results can be issued to candidates immediately.

Cambridge International AS and A Level and Cambridge Pre-U results will be released to schools on 10 January 2019 06:00 (GMT). Cambridge AS and A Level results can be issued to candidates immediately, however please contact your school to confirm when Cambridge Pre-U results can be issued to candidates.

For further information about the release of results, you can visit CIE’s website.

If you are a student and have any questions about the release of results please refer these to the exams officer at the school or centre where you have taken your exams.

10 May 2018
Estimated entries deadline

21 September 2018
Final and Late entries deadline

Early October 2018
Start of timetabled exam period

Mid November 2018
End of timetabled exam period

November – December 2018
Marking and grading period

No later than 10 January 2019
Results released for Cambridge International AS & A Level

Mid January 2019
Results released for other qualifications, including IGCSE, O-level and Cambridge Pre-U

26 February 2019
Deadline for enquiries about results

11 March 2019
Deadline of copy of scripts request

Mid March 2019
Certificates despatched
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March 2019 series (India Only)


17 July 2018
Estimated entries deadline

13 September 2018
Entries open on CIE Direct

13 October 2018
Application deadline for access arrangements

1 December 2018
Final entries deadline for first-time entries

21 December 2018
Late entries deadline for first-time entries & Application deadline for timetable deviations

26 January 2019
Retake entries deadline (from the November 2018 series only)

18 February 2019
March 2019 series starts

8 March 2019
March 2019 series ends

Mid May 2019
Provisional results released on CIE Direct

Late May 2019
Provisional results despatch sent

6 June 2019
Enquiries about results deadline

Mid June 2019
Certificates sent

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39 Replies to “Exam Registration/Results Released Key Dates”

  1. Can my Son take just ONE paper Chemistry in the Nov 2018 exam? Or must he retake the entire exam? He did Coordinated Science in June 2018 exam but he would like to take Single Sciences (only Chemistry paper) to meet the prerequisite for entry into Science foundation in Australia.

    • Hello Ho Lye Teo,

      If he only needs Chemistry for his future studies, he may register for Chemistry (0620).

      As a private candidate, you are free to register only 1 subject in one examination series. Therefore, he can take just ONE Chemistry (0620) in the Nov 2018 examination series. You need to hurry up to register him for the Nov 2018 series, because the last date for registration is on 21 September 2018. Please kindly check all the exam registration key dates here: http://www.igcsecentre.com/exam-registration-dates/

  2. When we have to register for the IGCSE exam in the session January 2019 I can find the deadline and dates but I found the timetable

    • Hi Siham,

      There is no January examination series. However, there is a March series examination which is only available in India. If you are not located in India, you must adhere to either the June or November series.

      Lastly, we’ve updated the the key dates up until the March 2019 series. Kindly check it again.

  3. When do ee know about the oustanding learners award?
    How do we know that we are selected for the award?
    Is there any indication given on certificate before announcement?

    • Hi Laiba,

      There are 5 awards category issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education. First is the ‘Top in the World’ which refers to the learner who has gained the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject. ‘Top in Country’ refers to the learner who has gained the highest standard mark in your country for a single subject. ‘High Achievement’ is awarded to learners who have achieved outstanding results in subjects which are not so widely taken and which, under the current criteria, would not qualify for ‘Top in Country’ Awards. Learners who achieve the highest standard marks in Country in a particular subject will receive the award. ‘Top in Region’ awards are only recognised in Pakistan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. ‘Top in Region’ refers to the learner who has gained the highest standard mark in the region for a single subject. Lastly, the ‘Best Across’ award is issued to learners who have attained the first highest cumulative total standard marks in eight subjects.

      However, Cambridge have set minimum entry thresholds for ‘Top in the World’ and ‘Top in Country’ awards. These thresholds are set to maintain the value and integrity of each award by ensuring that award-winning learners are selected from a sufficiently representative sample. If there are not enough entries worldwide, Cambridge will not award ‘Top in the World’ for that subject. If there are not enough entries for a subject from Country, Cambridge will not award a ‘Top in Country’ prize.

  4. Hi
    I want to do home schooling for my kids. My kids were in school till last year.
    My kids were in grade 5,2and fs.
    This year they are suppose to be in grade 6,3and 1.
    I don’t know where to register them and
    How will they go about their exams and where would I find the circulam,book and teaching resources.
    I live in Dubai.
    Kindly guide me and help me.

  5. Hello,

    I took my IGCSE’s in 1989. Is there a way to get copies of certificates? Or something to list subjects and grades attained?

    Thanks,

    Sam

  6. Dear IGCSE Centre,
    At some places it’s written that the result for IGCSE and O Level is coming at 5 gmt, whereas on others it’s written 6 gmt. Could you please tell when exactly will it come?
    Regards

    • Hey there,
      You must follow the release time at your exam centre or your school. The date of released is fixed by CIE. However, the time of released is fixed by your exam centre / school depending on their administration.

  7. Hello there, Can you please provide me the exam centres for IGCSE in Malaysia. My child plans to sit for the exam in November 2017. I do hope there are centres in Subang, Puchong or Shah Alam. Thank you.

    • Hi Michelle,

      You can search online for your local British Council’s phone number and give them a call. You can try by going on Google, and put in the search box: British Council KL or find a school from the list of registered Cambridge School here: http://cie.org.uk/i-want-to/find-a-cambridge-school/.

      Please note: You will need to check with your local British Council on the subject availability before registering.

  8. Hi, am a chemistry teacher at one one British school in Nigeria school. How may i register and be certify in IGCSE?

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