Cambridge Education on Saturday announced that they will abandon O and A level examinations around the nation, after the advice from the central government over the spread of coronavirus. Cambridge released a statement saying that the schools should now withdraw students from the examinations that were supposed to be held in May/June of 2020. For security purposes, they must receive a credit note so that they may re-enter in the examination series that will be held around October or November.
The statement further expanded by them by saying that they, requested that schools in Pakistan tell the British Council that if they would agree to close it by 10 April with the goal that the British Council may convey it to them by 17 April.
Cambridge board’s Director of Pakistan, Uzma Yousuf said that the choice to abandon these tests being taken by the administration of Pakistan was planned in order for the security of the students to be prioritized over the education so, that they may have confidence and certainty in their education system and examination process moving forward.