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Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Certificate Policy CIE Certificate Policy All GCE O-level & A-level

Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Certificate Policy

CIE Certificate Policy

All GCE O-level & A-level certificates are issued within a month after the publication of the session’s Provisional Statements of Result. For school candidates, the certificates are forwarded to the respective centre/school for distribution. While for private candidates, the British Council itself arranges to distribute certificates within a week of the receipt of the certificates from CIE. A CIE centre can retain certificates under secure conditions for a minimum period of twelve months from the date of issue. After that period, the British Council returns unclaimed certificates to CIE.

Available Certificates

- October/November 2010

- May/June 2010

- Oct/Nov 2009

N.B. All certificates are returned to CIE after 18 months time period (three sessions) from the date of the examination session shown on the certificate. After this period a candidate can apply for Certifying Statement of Results.

Lost Certificates and Certifying Statements

A candidate who has lost a CIE certificate may apply for a Certifying Statement of Results

on the Certifying Statement Application Form. A copy of this form can be downloaded from

the British Council Pakistan website. Application may be made to CIE at any time for a Certifying Statement of Results.

A total fee of Rs 8,322/- will be charged for issuing Certifying Statement which includes one

Certifying Statement fee and courier charges. All payments are payable at the designated

branches of Standard Chartered Bank in Pakistan.

Damaged or lost Certificates

CIE at its absolute discretion reserves the right to issue replacement certificates to candidates upon satisfactory proof of identity. This service is available only within 18 months of the date of issue of the original certificate. Thereafter, a Certifying Statement will be issued to candidates as mentioned above. The damaged certificate must be returned to CIE before any replacement certificate will be provided. A fee of Rs 8,322/- per certificate will be charged for issuing a replacement certificate.

Replacement certificate will not be issued to candidates who have lost their certificates. A candidate who has lost a CIE certificate should apply for a Certifying Statement of Results.

Name Changes

Certificates are issued in the name of the candidate at the time the award is made. Replacement certificates will not be provided to accommodate a subsequent change of name.

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Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) Certificate Policy

Incorrect Candidate and/or Centre Details

Centre and candidate details including the spelling of names and dates of birth must be checked when Statements of Entry and Statements of Results are issued. Any inaccuracies must be reported to CIE immediately upon discovery and prior to the issue of certificates. A fee will be charged for issuing a replacement certificate due to incorrect candidate and/or Centre details. This service is available only within 18 months of the date of issue of the original certificate, and the original certificate must be returned to CIE before a replacement certificate will be issued.

Combining Grades from Examination Sessions on Single Certificates

CIE cannot combine grades obtained at different examination sessions on to one certificate. For example, grades obtained in a June session and grades obtained in a November Session, cannot be recorded on a single certificate. Certificates are issued for each separate examination session. (The only exception to this is in circumstances where the criteria of the qualification allow for examinations from more than one session to be recorded as one overall result, e.g. the ICE award.)

Further, at the request of a Centre or candidate, CIE will not delete selected grades from a certificate issued for an examination session.

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