CBSE Board Exam 2023: What will be different next year? Check assessment scheme

CBSE Board Exam 2022-23: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to roll back the two-term board test system for 2022-23 and return to the traditional exam model once a year.

Additionally, several changes have been made to the assessment plan, including an alternative in the weight given to a variety of questions.

According to the Board Examination Evaluation Policy for 2022-23, there will be at least 40% capacity based questions in 9th and 10th grade. These questions can be multi-choice questions, case-based, source-based combined questions. Or any kind of queries.

Of the 1022 Class 1 and Period 2 exams of 2022, thirty percent of the questions are competency-based.

Additionally, 20% of the questions are objective-type and the remaining 40% will be short answer or long answer in the final exams of Class 10 of 2022-23.

Similarly, for the final exams in Class 12, at least 30% of the questions will be ability-based in the form of multiple choice questions, case-based, source-based composite questions, or any other type of query.

Objective-type questions have 20% wattage and the remaining 50% are short or long answer type questions.

Previously, the fraction of ability-based questions was 20% on board 12th grade board exams.

CBSE Term 2 Board Exams 2021-22 for 10th grade students ended May 24th. For Class 12, the exams continue until June 15th.

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