The Cambridge International Examination (CIE) has announced two options for the students whose exams were canceled on May 10, 11 and 12, 2023 due to political turmoil after the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan.

CIE has announced in its official statement that all candidates whose exams were canceled will be given two options whether to withdraw or apply for special consideration.

The official statement of Cambridge states that if a candidate intends to withdraw their entry for any subject in the June 2023 series, other than the subjects whose exams were canceled on May 10, 11, and 12, they may also submit a request for entry withdrawal. The British Council will process all withdrawal requests in accordance with Cambridge International’s withdrawal policy for 2023. Once a candidate submits a withdrawal request, he cannot at a later point request that the component/s are marked.

The statement further said that schools and candidates also need to consider paragraph 3.2.10 of the Cambridge Handbook 2023, which says that candidates cannot re-use coursework that has been submitted in a previous exam series. This means that candidates withdrawing their entry in the June 2023 series and re-entering in a later series will need to produce new coursework for their new entry.

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