As CBSE Class 10 & 12 board exams have taken place long back, the anxiety for results has been building up in students. There are many students who found the CBSE Term 1 board exams to be tough because the board exam system was not only new this year but was also confusing for students. As Term 1 took place in MCQ format, where step marking is least possible.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) made a big announcement stating that Class 10 & 12th Board Exam results will soon be declared, probably this week. As per the new system authorities had stated earlier it was stated that no student should be failed in the examination.
As per Sanyam Bhardwaj (CBSE exam controller), having two board exams will eventually lower the number of failing students. It will also reduce stress, meanwhile giving student’s a chance to improve their performance. As in Term 1, they will get familiar with the difficulty level of the exam, so they can level up their preparation for Term 2 accordingly. However, the final result will be based on both the CBSE Term 1 & Term 2 exams. The CBSE term 2 exam datesheet is expected to be released soon.
There are a few more important things we have covered in the below section that every Class 10 & 12 student should be aware of about the CBSE Term 1 Results:
- The Term 1 exam will carry a minimum of 50% weightage in the final Board result for classes 10 & 12. But the ratio will solely depend on Term 2 exam mode.
- The Term 1 MCQ-based offline exam and internal assessment marks would be combined, and then will be shared by the board.
- Students who miss the examinations will not be granted any average marks, they will also be marked absent in the exam.
- As per some examination experts, the CBSE may grant marks according to the student’s performance in Term 2 along with internal marks.
- But how the final result will be concluded still remains a mystery.
- As for the Term 2 examination, CBSE will be conducting subjective type examination. It will be of 2 hours duration and will also contain MCQ-type questions.
All the best! Stay tuned for more updates on CBSE Term 1 results 2022.