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British Council has many associated centres in Pakistan for candidates appearing for O Level, A Levels and IGSCE from a school. These are one of the most valuable stakeholders for the British Council and we ensure that students from these schools are facilitated in the best manner possible.

 
Regular or School candidate registrations are processed via School Registration System (SRS), a portal created especially for the registered centres.

Our current registrations for Cambridge examination has started and all centres are requested to register the candidates within the mentioned deadlines so no further charges are applied.

Pakistan deadlines for Cambridge May/Jun 2024 exams session are:

Entry Stage Deadline
Normal stage deadline Wednesday 07 February 2024
Late stage deadline Friday 15 March 2024
Modified question paper request

Monday 15 January 2024

Click here to download the form

Access arragements request

Thursday 15 February 2024

Click here to download the form

Guide to making entries Click here to download

Click HERE to access the B2B SRS portal.

Pearson Edexcel registration for May - June 2024

Our current registrations for Pearson Edexcel examination May/June 2024 session has started and all centres are requested to register the candidates within the mentioned deadlines so no further charges are applied.

Registration deadlines for GCSE, International GCSE and International A Levels

Entry Stage Deadline
Normal stage Thursday 11 March 2024
Late stage Monday 10 April 2024
Guide to making entries

Click here to download International Advanved A LEVEL

Click here to download International GCSE

Click here to download GCSE

Click here to access the B2B SRS portal.

Access Arrangement: Access arrangements are pre-exam arrangements that allow candidates to access the assessment and remove unnecessary barriers, without changing the demands of the assessment.

Modified Question Paper (QP): We offer a range of modified question papers for our exams, so that candidates can perform to the best of their abilities. The centre must share the Modified QP form along with the medical evidences of the candidate so that we may raise the request. Some of the commonly requested Modified QPs are:

•A4 18 Point Bold Paper
•Colored Paper
•18 Point Bold Enlarged to A3
•A3 Unmodified
•Modified Carrier Language
•Braille Paper and Tactile Diagram


Both services should be availed within their relevant deadline along with the filled forms and medical evidence to support them.

How to register and pay?

Payment Methods: British Council offers a variety of payment procedures to its partner schools. They are mentioned as below and you may pay as per your desired method, however, the documents/payments must be received in the office before relevant deadlines.

1: Payment via deposit Slip:
Centres can pay the fee in our designated Standard Chartered Bank/Muslim Commercial Bank branches. Our deposit slips are already present there.

2: Demand Draft (DD) / Pay Order (PO): Centres can pay huge amounts via DD of the relevant banks issued in the name of “British Council Pakistan / British Council”.

3: Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS): Please check with the bank for further details of this facility, like fund transfer limits, closing time to pay on same day and transaction charges etc. If the IBFT limit allows, then schools can make the payment via IBFT (Add the same account as beneficiary and pay online). This account can be used for all future payment to British Council from your centre. Every centre has their own unique RTGS number against which the payment is made.  

What to do after payment?

After the payment is done centres are requested to courier below mentioned documents to the relevant mailing address of British Council office so that we may process your registrations:

1. School Fee Calculation Form
2. Confirmation of entries on school letterhead signed and stamped by the Principal
3. Payment Proof

These documents must be couriered in the name of relevant POC of British Council region within the deadline.

Karachi: Address: British Council, C/O British Deputy High Commission, Shahrah-e-Iran, Clifton, Karachi

Islamabad: Address: British Council, C/O British High Commission, Diplomatic Enclave, Ramna 5, Islamabad

Lahore: Address: British Council, 65 Mozang Road, Lahore

For any queries: please contact customer services team.

If the documents are successfully delivered at our office, then the school will receive the confirmation of entries within a week after the relevant deadline. 

Cambridge Entry Withdrawal and Refund

A candidate can withdraw the registration (completely or certain subjects) from the current session as per the withdrawal policy shared with all schools via email on the registered email IDs. We encourage all centres to share withdrawal request before the deadline as cancellation of entries/subjects cannot be processed after the deadline.

Refund can only be provided if the subject entry has been withdrawn. Moreover, please ensure sharing complete bank details (24 Digit IBAN, Account Title and Bank Name) in the refund form.

Entry withdrawal and refund policy for the Cambridge May/June 2024 examination series.

Please find important details for entry withdrawal and refund requests for the May/June 2024 session. The deadline for submitting entry withdrawal requests is 12 February 2024. Instructions for Candidates: 

1.Download and complete the below given form for entry withdrawal requests for the May/June 2024 session.

2.Email the fully completed form to the British Council through email at the designated school customer service email ID with subject “CENTRE NUMBER-Entry Withdrawal May/June 2024 session”.

3.The final deadline to email the entry withdrawal template is 12 February 2024.

Important Note: 

Returning to pre-Covid policy, withdrawals received after the 12 February 2024 entry deadline will not be eligible for a refund. The only exceptions are candidates withdrawing for extenuating circumstances (e.g. medical grounds or following bereavement). These cases must be supported by official documentation (medical certificate or, following bereavement, a letter on centre-headed paper) which we submit to Cambridge for approval.

Please note that refunds for withdrawals will not include penalty fees if the entries were initially submitted at late or very late stages.

Click here to visit the Cambridge withdrawal policy.

Admin fee on refund processing:

·PKR 1,500 will be deducted per subject for withdrawals before the deadline of 12 February 2024.

·Exceptional withdrawals after the deadline (e.g. medical grounds and supported by documentation) will incur a deduction of 25% of the total fee.

·As explained above refunds against withdrawals will not include penalty fees for the entries submitted at late or very late stages.

If you have any further enquiries or require additional assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Minor Amendments MAY/JUNE 2024

After the SRS deadline has passed, centres can also share the Minor Amendment request to customer services team by using below format:

Center Number
Candidate Number
Registration Reference Number 
Candidate Name
Issue Occurring
Correction Required

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