Big update on CBSE 10th-12th exam result! important for students to know, new information on marks weightage
CBSE 10th 12th exam results are expected to be released by the end of July. At the same time, now a big update has come out on the marks weightage.
Once again a big update has come out on CBSE 10th-12th Result. The concern of the students is also increasing regarding the same marks weightage. Earlier, CBSE has clarified that it will announce the result only till the control of time. Let us tell you that the CBSE 10th 12th examination results are expected to be released by the end of July. At the same time, a big update has come out on the marks weightage.
CBSE PRO confirmed this and said that the board is preparing to declare the class 10, 12 results in the last week of July. On this, no exact date of 10th or 12th class results has been disclosed. The officials have not commented on speculations about CBSE results after July 10. Now, a source close to the board has also said that the evaluation is yet to be completed and the weightage has not been decided yet.
As of now, CBSE has not given any information about the importance of each word. Hence it is possible that CBSE may consider the requests of the students. Nothing has been verified on this at the moment. It is believed that CBSE can use the best of 50:50, 70:30, or 30:70.
This year, the exam was conducted in two terms. In which Term 1 exam was conducted in the months of November and December in MCQ format. While sending the results of Term 1 to the schools distributed the grades to the students. This year’s combined mark sheet will now be made public by the board. The board has already confirmed that the students will receive a single mark sheet which will include their performance in Term 1 and 2. The board has not yet specified how much weightage each word will carry.
Many students have expressed their concern about the corona problem and sudden change in board exam result weighting system from last year. The weighting of the Term 1 and Term 2 examinations was specified as 30 and 70 percent, respectively. The board, however, clarified this misconception in a later notice. However, since then students of class 10 and 12 have expressed their concern regarding the same. Additionally, they have been trending the hashtag #BestOfEitherTermsSubjectWise over the past few days to select the best score in both the terms