CBSE Board 2022-23 Datesheet, Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme
- CBSE board exams will be held from February to March.
- Admit card will be issued by November end or first week of December.
- To pass, you need 33% marks.
If we look at the previous figures, the board releases the CBSE exam schedule 45 days before the exam. According to media reports, the datesheet will be released by the end of November or by the first week of December. A senior board official said that this time the examinations are likely to end by the end of April. Let us tell you that due to Corona virus (CBSE Board 2022-23 Date Sheet) board examination was delayed for the last two years, which is why the result was also released late.
Exams will be conducted in the normal format
This time the board exams of CBSE 2022-2023 will be conducted in the normal format. Let us tell you that in the year 2020, due to the horrific outbreak of Corona virus, CBSE had canceled the board examination, while the board examination for the session 2021-2022 was conducted in two terms. CBSE may soon release the datesheet for preboard and mock test.
Admit card will be issued soon
The Central Board of Secondary Education may release the admit card for the 10th and 12th board exams by the end of December. Let the board make available the admit card of the students for the examination in the respective school. Students will be able to get the admit card from their school, without the admit card students are not allowed to sit in the examination hall. Keep in mind that the admit card does not go through post. Also, the center for the examination is given inside the admit card.
CBSE Board Syllabus 2022-23, Syllabus will be cut by 30 percent
Talking about the marking scheme of CBSE Board class 10th and 12th, this time the exam will be conducted in one term instead of two terms. However, this time also the board will cut the syllabus by 30 percent. To pass here, students will need 33 percent marks in each subject and overall. If you get less than 33 percent marks in any one subject or overall then you need not get disappointed. The board organizes compartment paper for such students. On the other hand, if you get less than 33 percent marks in more than two subjects, then such students will be considered as failed.