In order to register for your Upper secondary and Advanced Level exams, follow these simple steps to finalize your registration:
Step one: Review the subject list and deadlines.
Step two: Go to our registration portal and create an account to register for your examination. Registration portal link below.
Step three: Upload the below required documents on the form:
Step four: We will review your registration and contact you if needed.
Step five: Finalize your payment (electronic payment/bank transfer only). You are registered! and will receive your statement of entry within 24 hours.
If you are not sure of your chosen subjects yet or have any questions regarding your exam, send us an email to [email protected] or call us on +966 56 815 6853 and we will make sure to answer your inquiry promptly and start your registration process successfully.
Amendment of Entry: if you would like to request an amendment for Any of the following information before the final entry deadline (Names, Dates of birth, Gender, Status, National identity number, first language English indicators) you will not be charged any additional fees.
However, amendments to syllabus entries and/or options that are received after the closing date for entries are subject to a late entry fee.
Cambridge Uppersecondary and Advanced Qualifications provide broad and balanced study across a wide range of 40 to 70+ subjects, using learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to learning.
Cambridge provides a wide range of teaching support and resource materials for each Cambridge subject. Their syllabus and resources can be found through the Cambridge website.
Emkan makes sure to provide an individualised session/appointment with each candidate to ensure they get the needed assistance in choosing their subjects and options before submitting their registration documents.
Cambridge Learners can access past papers, examiner reports, and specimen papers for each subject by choosing the subject from the previously mentioned subject links under the “Choosing your Cambridge subject” section.
We understand that practical exams can be stressful for our private candidates who are not registered in schools, therefore we arrange for annual practical sessions that supports our students to feel confident while sitting for their practical exams. Please feel free to contact us to ask about the mentioned sessions.
Cambridge ensures that all their candidates go through the same experience all around the world, therefore Emkan makes sure that all their candidates receive the below exam day instructions.
As a Cambridge candidate, your results are released in January (following the November exam series) and August (June exam series). Emkan will communicate with you when your results will be available and how you will receive them. Result login details are usually shared with our candidates during their exam series to access their results through the Cambridge result page and upon receiving the result documents, Emkan will promptly inform the candidates.
Enquiry About Result (EAR) service is available as soon as the results are released. Emkan candidates can submit the EAR form (attach form every series) and choose the service type that they would like to request and send it to our email to finalize the process. The outcome might take up to 30 days to be released, therefore, it is advised to submit the request to Emkan as early as your result comes out.
As Cambridge Assessment International Education is recognized across the world by university admissions offices, colleges and employers. However, we know that it might not be a simple task to choose a course of study or a university. Therefore, upon request we can support our candidates by providing career counselling and university placement services.
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint exams are for learners at the end of Stage 6, the final year of Cambridge Primary*. They test skills, knowledge and understanding from Stages 4–6 of the curriculum for English, English as a Second Language and Mathematics, and Stages 3–6 of the curriculum for Science. They prepare Cambridge Learners for their Lower Secondary Checkpoint and Upper Secondary qualifications.
Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint tests are for learners at the end of the final year of Cambridge Lower Secondary. They provide evidence of readiness for the next stage of education, assessing skills, knowledge and understanding at the end of Stages 7–9*. They prepare Cambridge Learners Upper Secondary qualifications.
*Stages may vary depending on the school system.
As Emkan believes that it is highly important to involve parents in the education process and engage students in their education and assessment process for a meaningful outcome and higher achievement, we provide information sessions for both parents and students to explain the checkpoint tests and answer their inquiries accordingly.