The British Council reported that all of the papers scheduled for May 10 (tomorrow) have been cancelled due to the country’s evolving uncertain circumstances.
The British Council stated in a statement after the announcement by private schools to close their educational facilities that tests scheduled for tomorrow (Wednesday)’s morning and evening shifts had been postponed.
The choice was made in light of the country’s current circumstances, which emerged following the former prime minister’s incarceration. However, there was no information available on the altered exam date.
Moreover, the O-Level Physics and A-Level Mathematics tests, which were due to take place tomorrow in both morning and evening shifts, have been cancelled, according to Uzma Yousuf, country director for Cambridge International Examinations.
The exam won’t be given again in Pakistan, according to the council, and grades will be assigned on an average basis because it will be given as scheduled across the world.
Schools won’t open tomorrow
The All Pakistan Private Schools Federation (APPSF), which made the earlier announcement, stated that all schools will be closed on Wednesday.
The choice, according to APPSF President Kashif Mirza, was made due to the “emergency conditions” that are now in effect throughout the nation.
After negotiations tomorrow (Wednesday), he indicated, a statement would be made regarding the start of normal lessons.
In light of the current state of the nation, he urged all students, instructors, staff members, and parents to exercise caution.
Matriculation tests will be place on schedule
However, according to Board of Secondary Education Karachi Controller Examination Habibullah Sahag, matriculation examinations would proceed as planned.
The English test for the matric general group will be held at 2:30 pm, according to the controller of examinations, and the Biology exam will be held tomorrow morning at 9 am.