When is the 10th CBSE result 2022? Here’s everything you need to know
The Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to release the 2nd term Class 10 exam results soon. According to reports, CBSE Class 10 and 12 results are expected in the last week of July. The minimum passing mark for the 10th CBSE test in 2022 is 33% on each paper combined with the overall mark.
Where can you check the CBSE 2022 result?
Additionally, updates will also be available on the official CBSE Twitter account – @cbseindia29.
How to check the CBSE result?
Visit cbseresults.nic.in once the results are announced
Select the link for the senior secondary result
Enter your credentials – matriculation number and school number and submit.
Download and print the electronic score sheet.
Where else can students check their result?
Students can use DigiLocker app, website or UMANG app to check their CBSE Term 2 results. From Play Store, you can download both apps. To log in and access their scorecard, students must enter the necessary credentials.
What is the weighting of the CBSE 2022 exam?
The weighting of the two terms in the results of the CBSE Board of Directors has not yet been officially announced. No student will be labeled as having passed or failed based on the results of the first trimester exam. A consolidated score sheet will be made available. It is only when the results are published that the evaluation criteria and weighting will be disclosed.
Minimum score to pass
The minimum passing score for the 10th CBSE test in 2022 is 33% on each paper combined with the overall score. Students who were unable to achieve the minimum grades may request reassessment of the particular paper.
What is the Pariksha Sangam portal?
The Pariksha Sangam, a portal, was recently launched by CBSE. The publication of the 10th CBSE results is expected to appear on Pariksha Sangam. However, a quick look at the portal reveals that it has been configured to enable communication between offices and schools. Schools can post COLs and enrollment information for Classes 9 and 11 and Classes 10 and 12 through the websites provided. The results will probably only be available via links to cbseresults.nic.in.
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