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CBSE Board Exams: Changes In Internal Year-End/Board Examination Pattern For Classes 9-12 (2022-23)

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CBSE Board Exams: Changes In Internal Year-End/Board Examination Pattern For Classes 9-12 (2022-23)

The latest curriculum prescribed by CBSE wants to provide competency-based learning and imbibe the components of the 21st century, which focuses on knowledge, literacy, and life skills for students.

By Topperlearning Expert 25th May, 2022 05:15 pm

CBSE Board Examinations 2022-23 Most Recent Update: CBSE has made significant changes to the Board Examination patterns for classes 9, 10, 11, and 12. In the upcoming sessions, the question paper will include a greater proportion of Competency-Based Questions or questions that assess the application of ideas in real-life/unfamiliar scenarios.

CBSE Board Exams (2022-23): Amid term 2 exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) issued the Assessment Scheme 2022-23 for classes 9, 10, 11, and 12 for the upcoming academic session. The National Education Policy 2020 has highlighted the importance of shifting from rote to competency-based learning. It will provide learners with vital competencies to address the challenges of the twenty-first century. As a result, the Board has taken several initiatives toward implementing Competency-Based Education (CBE) in schools. These include assessment alignment to CBE, creating exemplary resources for students and teachers on CBE pedagogy and assessment, and ongoing teacher capability building.

The Board is implementing additional comparable adjustments in Examination and Assessment methods for the 2022-23 school year to align assessment with Competency-Based Education. As a result, in the upcoming sessions, the question paper will include more competency-based questions or questions that test the application of ideas in real-life/unfamiliar scenarios.

CBSE Board Exams (2022-23): Modified Exam Pattern 

Class 9 and Class 10:

● Competency-Based Questions would be a minimum of 40%.

● These can be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions, Case-based Questions, Source-based Integrated Questions or any other types.

● Objective Type Questions will be 20%.

● The remaining 40% will be Short Answer/Long Answer Type Questions (as per the existing pattern).

● There will be no change in the internal assessment.

● The internal assessment to end-of-year examination ratio is 20:80.

Class 11 and Class 12:

● Competency-Based Questions would be a minimum of 30%.

● These can be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions, Case-based Questions, Source-based Integrated Questions or any other types.

● Objective Type Questions will be 20%.

● The remaining 50% will be Short Answer/Long Answer Type Questions (as per the existing pattern).

● There will be no change in Internal Assessment.

● The ratio between Internal Assessment and End of year examination is as per the curriculum document released for the academic session 2022-23.

The CBSE noted in its circular that "The information contained in the curriculum document published by the Board vide circular No.Acad-50/2022 dated 28th April 2022 and the upcoming Sample Question Papers are based on modifications in the QP design of specific subjects." 

Students must know that CBSE will only hold one term or one Board Exam in the academic session 2022-23, as per CBSE New Exam Pattern for 10 and 12 Board Exams. CBSE will abandon its earlier policy of two-term split exams. For academic session 2022-23, CBSE will implement a single term or Board Exam policy. The exam will be based on the recent CBSE curriculum 2022-23 and cover the complete curriculum.

Due to the effects of the Corona Pandemic, CBSE is now administering the Board Exams in two terms – a term I and term II – for the current session. However, in 2023, there will be only one term and one board exam. Thus, Class 10 and 12 students entering the academic year 2022-23 must comprehend the latest examination pattern and start their preparation at the earliest.  

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