Cambridge International, a provider of international education for 5 to 19-year-olds in India and globally, has announced the results of its March 2023 exam series for Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGSCE) and Cambridge International AS & A Level.
With 65,157 entries submitted from 379 schools across the country, the March 2023 exam series has once again produced excellent results for Cambridge International students in India. Cambridge IGCSE had a 5 percent and Cambridge International AS & A Level saw a 12 percent increase with over 47,800 entries for the year 2022-23 compared to 45,000 entries last year, and Cambridge International AS & A Level saw growth of 12 percent with 15,600 entries for the year 2022-23 compared to 13,833 entries last year.
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, First Language English, and Biology were the most popular Cambridge IGCSE subjects, while Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, and Business were the most popular subjects for Cambridge International AS & A Level.
Meanwhile, a 6 per cent increase in entries for STEM subjects – with over 25,539 entries in total shows that students in India continue to have an inclination for these subjects. . Currently, there are over 650 schools in India offering Cambridge programmes and qualifications.
Mahesh Srivastava, Regional Director, South Asia, Cambridge International, said- “Cambridge International is proud to announce the results achieved by our students in India for the March 2023 exam series. Our results this year are outstanding. It really has been a team effort: students, teachers, support staff, and parents have worked together brilliantly to produce a set of results that we can all be proud of. The students can move on to the next stage of their journey with their heads held high. Congratulations to all!”
The March series is popular with Indian students, as it allows them to meet local university admission deadlines. The release of the results means that thousands of Cambridge students across the country can now apply for admission to universities and colleges in India, the US, and the UK, including the University of Cambridge.