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We could see a hurry to schools and other centres by students and parents regarding the declaration of results. The confusion created by some schools by saying that CBSE is going to declare the result on 15 May caused the havoc.
Don’t worry now. CBSE results may a take a few more days to come.
CBSE has already given a statement that results will be declared before 26 May 2014. So, let;s wait a few days without panicking.
Let’s hope a very good result this time.
How was your CBSE/AISSCE 2014 Physics Exam?
Was it easy, difficult or moderate?
Were there any questions outside syllabus?
Were there any confusing questions?
Were there any errors in question paper?
Let your voices be heard before finalizing the marking scheme.
Hello Dear Students of Class XII.
The practical exams begun and most of you are attending the Viva Voce for the first time. Sharing your experience would be a nice idea. It will help your friends all over to have an idea about the nature of experience you had and prepare accordingly. Though every examiner is unique, there are some common factors and pattern. You can share your experience as comments to this post.
Caution! The comments are published only after scrutiny. Do not try to put in spam – it won’t work!
Viva voce is a Latin phrase literally meaning “with living voice,” but most often translated as “by word of mouth.”
Why preparing for Viva is important?
Viva is a word of mouth confirmation of your abilities and knowledge. It is connected in association with practical examination at plus two level. Preparing well for the Viva will give the training for future Viva and interview which you will be giving later in your life. It is an opportunity for self examination too.
So, prepare well, sharpen your knowledge and excel in your Viva Voce!
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Exam are near. CBSE Exams starts from 1 March. The candidates need to be on toes to score well.
Smart work is better than hardwork. Just burning midnight oil alone won’t work.
Nobody plans to fail, but fails to plan. A failure to plan well may result in ultimate failure. So planning the work based on your target is the essential step to start with. So, fix your targets depending upon your abilities.
As per the current trend, a student can get 100% score in any subject – even in languages and subjects under humanities.
Don’t worry even if you were scoring low marks throughout the year. Start now!
Have a look at the syllabus and previous question papers. Understand the pattern of question paper. Make a plan to score the MAXIMUM. Take guidance from your teachers (or the experts in the field).
Make a time table as per the guidance and stick to the time table.
Work smart and score well.
All the best!
How was CBSE’s PSA Exams?
The PSA exam, previously optional has been made mandatory from this year. The marks will be considered under the CCE scoring system for Class 9, while Class 11 students will receive certifications. Class 11 students have raised strong objections that the question paper based on Science subjects is unfair for students who do not have science subjects. Authorities, on the other hand, maintain that the science topics included in the PSA question paper are from Class 10 level. Students still feel they will have an added disadvantage as compared to Science stream students that have been studying science regularly.
The exam for the year 2013-14 was conducted today. How was the exam?