Exams: IGCSE Retake and Remarking

Candidates sometimes don’t get the results that they hoped for. If this happens to you, try not to worry too much. Your results may still still open up many different exciting opportunities for your further education and future career. 

However, in some cases, you may want to consider re-marking or retakes – for example, if you or your teacher predicted a much higher grade. 

Enquiry About Results (EAR)

If you think your exam results are incorrect you can request a re-mark.

Remark application deadline for Cambridge International November 2017 session- 15 February 2018 

If you are a Cambridge International candidate, you need to fill in the EAR application form that can be downloaded from the bottom of this page. 

Remember: your grade and mark may be lowered, confirmed or raised following the enquiry. If your grade is raised, you may be entitled to a full refund for this service. 

Retake an exam

If you or your teachers think that you could achieve better grades, you can choose to re-take your exam. 

What is a retake?

An exam counts as a retake if you have sat the same syllabus in the past year. 

The deadline to apply for retakes for Cambridge International Examinations students is 9 February 2018 to take exams in June 2018.

Pearson Edexcel candidates can retake a subject in the June 2018 session.

What you need to do

If you are a school candidate you need to speak to your school exams co-ordinator. If you are a private candidate please click here to register for June 2018 exam series.  

Please note: the retake option may not apply to all subjects. You can usually submit previously used coursework so you will only need to retake written exams. Any coursework that is resubmitted needs to meet the requirements of the syllabus in the new exam series and must be re-assessed.