KARACHI: Cambridge International has released the schedule for the O-level and A-level annual exams in Pakistan, which will commence on April 24, 2023. The exams are set to take place at 100 examination centers across the country, with approximately one lakh male and female students expected to participate. In Karachi alone, over 40,000 students will take the A and O-level exams at 23 centers.
The O-level and A-level exams are crucial for students in Pakistan, as they are considered a gateway to higher education and better job opportunities. The exams cover a wide range of subjects and are designed to assess students’ knowledge and understanding of the subject matter. Students who perform well in the exams are more likely to gain admission to top universities in Pakistan and abroad.
The announcement has raised concerns about the potential overlap of the exams with the third day of Eid in Pakistan, which falls on April 24. Cambridge International has addressed these concerns and assured students and parents that it is working closely with schools and the British Council to ensure transparent and fair examinations.
The release of the O-level and A-level exam schedule in Pakistan is a significant event for students across the country. The exams are critical for students’ academic and professional careers, and Cambridge International’s efforts to ensure transparent and fair examinations are reassuring to students and parents alike. Despite the potential challenges posed by the overlap with Eid, students are expected to perform to the best of their abilities and achieve their academic goals.