The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) is likely to announce classes 12 and 10 for the third or fourth week of April. The candidates who appeared for the exams can check the scores on the official websites of the board – mpresults.nic.in and mpbse.nic.in, once they are released. More than 30,000 teachers are required to evaluate 1 crore copies of 18 lakh students who appeared for the exams.
The MPBSE 12th board exams were conducted from February 17 to March 12 and the 2022 matric exams from February 18 to March 10. The board had already conducted the pre-board exams in the take-home mode. For the pre-boards, the students took the questionnaires home from their respective schools and wrote the answers, which they submitted to the schools after completing the answers. The pre-boards for both classes started on January 20.
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MPBSE 10th, 12th Result: enough points
To pass the exams, the 10th and 12th grade students who appeared for the exam must obtain a minimum of 30 percent in each subject and overall. The courses with practicals must also be passed separately.
Under the revised grading scheme, a total of 80 points will be awarded for theoretical subjects for both MP classes 10 and 12. The remaining 20 points are for practical assessments. For subjects that have practice, the theory marks will be 70 and 30 marks for practical exams.
MPBSE 10th, 12th Result: How To Check
Step 1: Go to MPBSE official website
Step 2: On the home page, click the link to the 12/10 class exam result.
Step 3: Now enter your credentials such as role number, date of birth before finally making the request to check the results.
Step 4: Your MPBSE Class 12/10 board exam results will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Save or print a copy of the result for future reference and reference
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After receiving the marking sheets, candidates must check all details carefully and report any errors to the authorities. Furthermore, the questionnaire of both classes contained 40 percent objective questions, 40 percent subjective and the remaining 20 percent analytical questions. Previously, the objective questions in the newspaper were fewer and amounted to 25 percent.
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