Ayesha Omar speaks up for the unfair A-Level grading

Lahore, 14th August: Pakistani actress Ayesha Omar has voiced her opinion against the unfair grading of the A-Level students this year under the pandemic crisis.

According to the report of Baaghi TV, Pakistani actress Ayesha Omar has stood up against the unjust grading of the A-level students this year and expressed her sheer displeasure like many other students.

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Pakistan’s favorite actress ‘Khooobsurat’ aka Ayesha Omar is an example of beauty with brains, who always come forward with sharing her honest opinions with her fans.

This time too she has tweeted on her Twitter handle about the inequitable results that Cambridge has carried out amid the pandemic crisis all over the world. She expressed, “How can exam results be based on previous grading & grades be elevated or lowered according to that? Someone’s entire future depends on this. Our kids are devastated.”

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It is not justified the way Cambridge in England has gone about the grading of the A-Level students this year, who were not able to appear for their CAIE exams due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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It is indeed a valid question in such a scenario where students were given grades on their class rankings and the performance of the school in the subject in previous years. This meant that deserving students were at a loss simply because their seniors didn’t perform as well. This lead to downgrading.

Many people said that CAIE should’ve simply eliminated the U grade as everyone is already going through the pandemic where circumstances are uncertain. The private students had no grading and consequently had to take a gap year which has affected their future and university applications.

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