This Year, CBSE Exams were conducted in two parts i.e. Term 1 and Term 2 to provide some relaxation to students after the pandemic situation.
Here’s How the New CBSE Exam Pattern Functions:
- CBSE Class 10 exams were held twice and each semester was to be held with approximately 50% of the curriculum.
- The syllabus for both Term exams is separate. Term 2 test papers did not include anything from the Term 1 syllabus.
- The final scores are to be calculated on the basis of performance in both terms. Each term consists of 50% weightage.
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CBSE Class 10th Term 1 and Term 2 Marks- Impact on the Final Result
According to the new pattern, both Term 1 and Term 2 marks will make a tremendous impact on the final scores as both the scores are of equal weightage. After the release of the Class 10 Term 1 exam results, many students were in a dilemma as they did not score the expected marks. Well, students must not get disheartened as the best of the two will be calculated.
In order to plan their study schedule in a better way and learn effective tips to score good marks in the upcoming exams, students must be thorough with the entire CBSE syllabus. Practicing NCERT Class-wise solutions can be of great help to Class 10 students. The provided articles will help students get a better idea about how they can boost their exam preparation.
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CBSE 10th Result: How Will Final Result be Calculated?
For CBSE Class 10 final scores, both Term 1 and Term 2 exams will hold 50% weightage each. However, this year CBSE has decided not to fail any student. Internal assessment and practical exam marks will also be considered for the final result calculation.
1. Will Term 2 have more weightage than Term 1?
As far as practicality is concerned, equal weightage is given to Term I and Term II.
2. Will CBSE consider the best of Term 1 and Term 2?
As of now, CBSE final board result will be based on the marks secured in term 1, term 2, and internal assessment. However, the board has not yet announced anything about how much weightage will be given to these terms – 1 and 2. But it is expected that 50% weightage would be given to both.
3. Will CBSE give equal weightage to term 2?
CBSE said in the case of theory exams, 30% weightage has been given to term 1 and 70% to term 2 and for practicals, it has followed a 50-50 formula.
4. Does Term 1 marks matter?
According to the new pattern, both Term 1 and Term 2 marks will make a tremendous impact on the final scores as both the scores are of equal weightage. After the release of the Class 10 Term 1 exam results, many students were in a dilemma as they did not score the expected marks.
5. How much do Term 1 marks matter?
The marks obtained in term 1 exams will have a minimum of 50 percent weightage in the final result. No student will fail the term 1 examination of class 10 and class 12. Apart from the theory aspect, the marks awarded by schools as internal assessment will also be included in the term 1 marks.
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