Petitioning Against The discrimination and the unfair decisions taken by British Council

Petitioning Against The discrimination and the unfair decisions taken by British Council

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Ahmed Khaled started this petition to Pearson Edexcel Pearson Edexcel and

 

This petition aims to reach out to the British media to help us change the decision taken by The British Council against IGCSE private candidates (especially 11th,12th graders) from the G.C.C countries.

Private students are the students who are registered to the IGCSE examination through the British Council

We are fully aware of the unprecedented conditions that accrued due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, the student who were registered for the IGCSE exams through the British Council were heavily harmed by the decisions that were taken against them, we consider those decisions as discrimination against us as the other students who were registered under schools were treated otherwise.

Decisions Taken against Private students:

1) The Exams are to be postponed to the next session or till further notice.

Decisions Taken for School students:
1) The students are to be assessed and Evaluated by the schools and the grades are to be given accordingly.

This discrimination will cause no issues to the school students but it will highly affect the private students.

1) Private students will be forced to retake all the modules that they have taken in the first session because of the Egyptian rules and regulations.

2) Private students will be forced to postpone their admission to universities.

3) Private students will lose their opportunity to join public universities in Egypt.

4) Private students will suffer a great financial and emotional loss.

We believe that those decisions are not fair. We need to be treated like school students. We need to be evaluated and graded accordingly.
Thanks for your time and support.

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