As per the recent updates from the central board of secondary education will hold CBSE term 2 exams for classes 10 and 12 from 26th April. After the panel discussion and taking the pandemic situation into account, the board decided to conduct the exam offline according to Sanyam Bharadwaj, controller of examination, CBSE.
Due to the extended pandemic, 10th and 12th students cannot focus on their studies properly and remain perplexed. there is a chaotic situation whether the exam is offline or online, the questions will be subjective or objective, queries about exam centre and pattern of exam lot more. In this video, we will try to answer your questions.
Time Table: Controller of examination, CBSE said that the CBSE term 2 date sheet 2022 for class 10 and 12 exams will be announced earlier, theory exams will start from April 26, 2022. There will be no change in the exam pattern. It will remain the same as that of sample paper available on the CBSE board official website. www.cbse.nic.in.
All the candidates are advised to believe in the information shared on social media platforms only after verification from the concerned authority. In June 2021 the examination authority decided to conduct exams in two terms that are term 1 and term 2 due to the uncertainty related to Covid 19 pandemic. For this particular reason, the Term 1 exam has already been conducted.
The first phase of the CBSE exams was organised in November December 2012 of which results are pending yet. As the cases of corona decrease, the phase two exams are also declared.
The duration of the exam will be 2 hours and questions will be subjective. In the term one exam, the questions were objective. But this time there is a difference with the format.
Centre: Students and parents can check this website for the timetable of 10th and 12th term examinations. The students who are appearing for the exam have to give the exams as per allotted centres, as per the system of the CBSE board.
The board allows students to change their examination centre or city as per their convenience to appear for the 10th or 12th board exams 2021. According to the notice, CBSE has given the option for students to choose exam centres as per their convenience for both theory and practical.
Students can carefully choose their centre once; no change will be allowed after the school submits this request. Under any circumstances, the centre will not be changed after the schedule. Students can check the exam centre on the website by submitting their roll number written on the CBSE admit card.
Effect of a pandemic on education:
Covid 19 pandemic has a remarkable effect on education, especially for poor and low socio-economic status. Everyone cannot afford online learning. The major years of students like 10th and 12th are affected the most.
Tips for Students appearing for board exam:
Understand the NCERT textbook and learn the NCERT solutions. The board exams are moderately difficult, questions will come from the syllabus and some questions are application-based.
Before and during the exam students should pay special attention to their health as well, trying to avoid unnecessary exposure from outside.
While writing exam papers use your time effectively, try to solve maximum question papers for practice. Allocate specific times for each section of the question paper.
Understand your strengths and weaknesses and make a proper timetable to work on weak concepts.
Do not refer to the new study material at the time of the exam. The study from a textbook and your previous notes.
Do you complete your paper before time, do not hurry to submit the answer sheet. Crosscheck everything and if you can write more add it to your answer sheet. try to draw a diagram or flowchart. highlight the points and underline.
How can students reappear in board exams?
A student who failed in class 10th or 12th board exam can reappear as a private candidate or as a regular student admitted in schools.
Is it compulsory for a student who has failed in theory to repeat the practical exam also?
No, the students who have failed in theory should only attempt theory examination. Previous practical exams marks will be carried forward as it is. The 10th and 12th board exam syllabi are available on the website. To know more details, visit the CBSE website.
The criterion for passing 12th is to pause in 5 subjects of the external exam as per the scheme of studies declared pass in addition to internal subjects.
Can a student be eligible to improve his/her performance after qualifying for class 10th and class 12th CBSE board exams?
Yes. a student who has qualified for class 10th or 12th exam can appear for improvement in one or more subjects only in the succeeding year.
Candidates appearing for improvement exams for one or more subjects cannot appear for additional subjects simultaneously.
How many times can a student of class 10th and 12th appear in a compartment exam?
The students who did not pass one or two subjects during their class 10th or 12th academic year board exam, search students are given more chances to pass CBSE. It is called a compartment exam.
Students can reappear in July/August in the same year. The second chance will be in February/March/April next year. The 3rd chance will be in July of that year.
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