Pearson Edexcel IAL & IGCSE (May/June 2023)

Examination Registration Open Now!

IAL / IGCSE Registration details:
Now – 15 March 2023 : Normal Entry Fees
16 March 2023 – 15 April 2023 : Late Entry (Twice normal fee)
16 April 2023 onwards : High Late Entry (Triple normal fee)


IAL Application Form

IAL Exam Registration Form

IGCSE Application Form

IGCSE Exam Registration Form

* Full Fee details in application form


Fill up the relevant forms and revert back to us with a copy of your Passport or MyKad(for Malaysians) and proof of payment.  Email to
Contact Us or drop by our office on Weekdays 9.30am to 3.30pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY with your Passport/Mykad.


Banking Details:



AC NO: 04601007611

Reference : IAL May/June 2023 / IGCSE May/June 2023





Please call Mr.Arasu at 012 611 7445


Email proof of payment and forms to

*Cranbridge International School shall not be held responsible for any payment made via third party or other than the modes of payments stated above.

Whatsapp / Call 012 – 311 5595 for further assistance. Our staff will gladly help you with the registration process.

20 April 2020

A message for all IGCSE and IAL students this summer.

At Cranbridge, we do understand how unsettling the past weeks have been for you, since the announcement that exams have been cancelled this summer, and that you are urgently waiting for news. We wanted to let you know what we are doing to provide you with grades. Our over-riding aim in this is to be fair to students this summer and to make sure you are not disadvantaged in your progress to sixth form, college, university, apprenticeships, training or work because of these unprecedented conditions.

How will grades be calculated?

The Exam Centre will be asked to send exam boards two pieces of information for each of your subjects, based on what we know about your work and achievements:


-the grade we believe you were most likely to get if teaching, learning and exams had happened as planned


– within each subject, the order of students at our Exam Centre, by performance, for each grade. This information will be used to standardize judgements – allowing fine tuning of the standard applied across schools and colleges.


The Exam Centre will consider a range of things classwork and homework; results in assignments and any mock exams; any non-exam assessment or coursework you might have done; and your general progress during your course.


This information will allow us, with exam boards, to standardize grades across schools and colleges, to make sure that, as far as possible, results are fair and that students are not advantaged or disadvantaged because their Exam Centres are more generous or harsh than others when making those judgements. That means the final grade you get could be different from the one the Exam Centre sends to the Pearson Edexcel Exam Board.

Do I need to complete any new work for my school/college to submit a grade?

The Exam Centre is not required to set additional mock exams or homework for your centre assessment grade, and you won’t be disadvantaged if you were not set, or were unable to complete, any work given out after schools were closed.

Can I see the grades The Exam Centre submits for me?

No, this information will be confidential. Please don’t ask your teachers, or anyone else at our Exam Centre, to tell you the grades they will be sending to the Pearson Edexcel Exam Board or where they have placed you in the order of
students; they will not be allowed to share this with you.

I am a private candidate – what does this mean for me?

If you are a private candidate (for example, home-schooled, following distance- learning programmes or studying independently) the Exam Centre you are entering with should include you where the Principal is confident that they and their staff have seen sufficient evidence of your achievement to make an objective judgement. We are urgently exploring whether there are alternative options for those students who do not have an existing relationship with a Exam Centre and who need results this summer to progress. Unfortunately, this is unlikely to be possible for all private candidates, some of whom may instead need to take exams in the autumn to get their grades.


We appreciate that this is a matter of real concern to private candidates and will provide an update as soon as possible. We have asked Pearson Edexcel Exam Centre that represent universities and colleges to consider the steps that providers could take when making admissions decisions this summer for any private candidates who do not receive a grade. They have told us that they believe that institutions will consider a range of other evidence and information for these students to allow them to progress wherever possible.

When will I get my results?

We’re working hard to get results out as soon as is possible – results won’t be delayed after the dates they were expected in August, and ideally, they will be issued a little earlier, so you can have the certainty you need.

Can I take my exams another time?

We are working with exam boards to offer additional exams in the autumn term as soon as it is possible to do so. We’ll let you know about these in the coming weeks.


We will keep updating our guidance as new information becomes available, including to share detailed qualifications as soon as we can, so please keep an eye on our website.


Please be reassured that the grades you get this summer will look exactly the same as in previous years, and they will have equal status with universities, colleges and employers, to help you move forward in your lives as planned.


With every best wish,
Rena Logan