Students can check out their results, exam syllabus, and pattern on the CBSE official website – cbseresults. nic.in Students are graded based on 5 points ‘A’ to ‘E’ for both classes 10 and 12.
Students who have been awarded an ‘A’ grade have achieved the highest mark and an ‘E’ represents the lowest mark. Some range is set up and grades are allocated to the range by CBSE. Students can convert grades to the percentage by using a formula. Check Cbse Guides for more info.
GRADING SYSTEM OF THE CBSE CLASS 10
CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average) Is a Grading System Which Evaluates The Student ‘S Performance In A Year. Excluding Extra Curricular Activities. It allocates all the Marks students have gained in their classes. This grading system was introduced in 2021 because the exams were not Held In 2021.
Students to qualify for the next class CBSE set up a new scheme called NINE-POINT-SCALE GRADING SYSTEM. The board exam committee assigned 20 points for internal evaluation and 80 marks for the theory paper. The grade is provided using formative and summative assessments. Grade and grade point is given separately using 9 point grading system. The minimum grade one should score is D anything less than that will be considered a fail.
HOW TO CALCULATE THE CBSE CLASS 10 RESULTS IN PERCENTAGE?
The following steps given below are to calculate the percentage of class 10 board marks (CBSE):
- Sum up the main subject’s marks.
- Divide them by the number of main subjects.
- Multiply the result by 9.5.
By these 3 steps, you can easily calculate the percentage.
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE CGPA SYSTEM
ADVANTAGES OF CGPA:
- They can analyze and work on their weaker sections
- Actual marks will not be issued in the result which will reduce the scoring pressure.
- Apart from academics, the grading system also depends on attendance, assessments, achievements, etc. So students must perform well in all aspects to score good marks.
DISADVANTAGES OF CGPA:
- Students are unable to know their scores in the exam.
- It makes reduces seriousness in academics. CGPA makes it easy to pass even though they don’t do well on paper they can attain the mark they wish for.
- As there is a range for grading it lowers the competitive spirits and demotivates students who score high marks.
IMPORTANT INDICATORS OF CBSE GRADING SYSTEM:
The grading method of CBSE says the grade is based on 2 components: Absolute score and percentile scores.
- For any external subjects numerical scores will be given in theory and practical papers.
- Grading system is followed for subjects in internal assessment.
- Grades will be mentioned in the mark sheet with numerical scores in the external subjects.
- A, B, C, D, and E are the grades provided by boards to students.
- Minimum pass percentage is 33%.
Students who secure the same marks will be awarded the same grades in case of a tie.