Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) has now published its exam timetable for June 2021. The exam series timetable is in line with previous years.
In its recent update to schools CAIE said, “Most of our schools tell us they want to hold exams during the same period as previous years. We work in over 160 countries. If we move the timetable for one country, students in other countries would be disadvantaged – they would miss university admissions deadlines, or take exams long after the school year has ended. The June 2021 exam series timetable is therefore in line with previous years.”
It further informed, “Schools in different countries face different challenges. Some have reopened and are now teaching full timetables with no disruption. Others are open but face the disruption of new restrictions and possibly reduced teaching and learning. Other schools have been closed for some time and will remain closed for some time to come, with significant loss of teaching and learning.”
“All our centres are allocated to one of six administrative zones. Each zone has a specific timetable which is available to download on CAIE official website,” the update said.
CAIE advised the students, “It is essential that you use the correct version of the timetable for your zone. If you are unsure which administrative zone your school is in, please check by going to the administrative zone section of the website.”
“Centres are responsible for making sure they use the correct version of the timetable. We cannot accept responsibility for candidates who miss an exam because they have consulted the timetable for the wrong administrative zone,” it added.