CBSE Board Exam Assessment Scheme 2023- Check the assessment scheme to know what will be different next year.
According to the announcement, the board has decided to return to the annual examination scheme for the assessment of Class 10 and 12 board exams in 2023.
Recently, the assessment scheme for CBSE board exams 2023 was released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The examination pattern for the Class 10 and 12 board exams has also been revised and changed by the board. In addition to this, the CBSE has made many changes to the weightage allotted to different types of questions.
CBSE Board exams 2023 - Overview of Changes
CBSE has brought some new changes in the pattern of the exams for both 10 and 12 while deciding to return to the annual scheme of examinations. Here are the significant changes brought by the board:
● From the 2022-23 academic year, there will only be one board or one term exam (same as it was earlier). This implies that the two-term board exam system will be scrapped from the policy.
● The syllabus of the annual board exam will consist of the entire CBSE curriculum 2022-23.
● Now, the question paper will consist of these three types of questions for all the subjects and streams for Class 10 and 12, respectively:
1. Competency-based questions: These questions will comprise case studies, source-based integrated questions or MCQs.
CBSE Board exams 2023 - Class 10
CBSE has made changes in the pattern of the CBSE board exam 2023 for Class 10. The new pattern reveals that the annual exam question paper will comprise 40% CBSE Class 10 MCQs, 20% of CBSE 10 Competency-Based Questions, and the remaining 40% will be taken by the subjective portion (including CBSE 10 Long/Short Questions). Note that the internal assessment to end-of-year examination ratio is 20:80. The CBSE Class 10 board exams of 2022 have been conducted already, and the evaluation process is underway. Students will be able to check the results by June 2022.
CBSE Board exams 2023 - Class 12
Similarly, the CBSE board has also brought changes in the pattern of the Class 12 annual exam. The question paper for the students of the Class 12 exam will comprise 50% subjective questions (which will include CBSE Class 12 Long/Short Questions), 30% competency-based questions, and the remaining 20% will be covered by CBSE Class 12 MCQs from the syllabus. This pattern is uniform for all three streams. The board exams 2022 for Class 12 will end on 15 June 2022, followed by the evaluation process.
The assessment criteria for Class 10 and 12 Board exams of 2022 have not been released by the CBSE board yet. Students will also be able to access the sample papers as per the updated curriculum and pattern for the board exams as soon as they are notified on the official website of the CBSE. It is advised that the students of Classes 10 and 12 must keep checking the official CBSE website to stay ufirst read the official notification and prepare for the exams based on the updated pattern and guidelines.
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