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Cambridge AICE Diploma Program Examinations are nationally and internationally recognized exams modeled on the British precollege curriculum and A-Level exams. These exams are usually taken in high school upon the completion of a specifically designed course. Upon receipt of an official Cambridge AICE score report, the records and registration office will review the exam results for award of credit.

What scores does AACC accept?

Consult the AACC College Catalog to see how your Cambridge AICE scores equate. Because each college sets its own policy on required Cambridge AICE scores and credits awarded, students planning to transfer need to consult with their transfer institution. AACC will award credit based on the Cambridge AICE and minimum scores listed in the College Catalog at the time the official score report is received.

How do I send my scores?

Students must have official Cambridge AICE score reports sent to AACC. U.S. students may request an official Cambridge AICE Statement of Results via the Cambridge Grade Transcript Service Website. Students from outside of the U.S. must submit documents for verification. To verify these documents, the records and registration office may access the student’s record via the Cambridge Direct website.

Students should send the following to

  • Cambridge International Centre
  • Candidate Numbers
  • Relevant Examination Series (date the exams were taken)
  • Date of Birth

Due to the variation in exams that can be taken toward the Cambridge AICE Diploma, only the General Certificate of Education or Statement of Results are accepted.


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