In light of the uncertain situation in Pakistan, all Cambridge exams that were scheduled for May 12 have been cancelled. The British Council released a statement on Thursday announcing that all Cambridge International, Pearson, and University of London exams that were due to take place across Pakistan have been cancelled.
The exams that were scheduled for both morning and evening sessions have been cancelled, according to the British Council’s statement.
The British Council confirmed that they are collaborating with Cambridge to figure out the next steps, and that more details will be provided shortly.
British Council Country Director, Amir Ramzan and Cambridge International Examinations’ Country Director, Uzma Yousuf, extended their support to candidates and parents during these difficult times.
“Cancelling the exams on 10, 11 and 12 May has been a difficult decision. Your safety and well-being come first, and that’s why we have taken the decision we have. We know this is a crucial time in your academic journey, and the disruption caused by the current situation is not ideal. We want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to ensure that Cambridge students can continue their education journey without any interruption,” the statement read.
The British Council has stated that their team is monitoring the situation continuously and will provide updates as they have more information. They are dedicated to providing a safe and secure environment for students to take their exams.