🚀 Breaking News: Game-Changing CBSE Exam Updates Unleashed! Say Goodbye to Stress and Hello to Success 🔥

In accordance with New Education Policy 2020 & the revised examination format, students preparing for CBSE Class 10 & 12 Board Examinations will experience a significant reduction in academic pressure. The educational landscape is on the brink of transformation, with preparations already underway.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has implemented crucial modifications to the examination structure and grading system for the upcoming Class 10 and 12 Board Exams, aimed at alleviating the burden on candidates.

Scheduled to commence on February 15, 2024, the CBSE Board Exam will usher in these changes. The board has already made available sample papers for both Class 10 and 12 on its official website, www.cbse.gov.in.

These sample papers serve as valuable resources for students, allowing them to gain a better understanding of the new examination format and grading criteria. Notably, the CBSE board exam in 2024 will incorporate a higher proportion of competency-based questions.

For Class 10, the question distribution will consist of 50% competency or case-based questions, 20% response-type questions, 20% multiple-choice questions (MCQs), and 30% constructed response questions (comprising both short and long answer types).

In the case of Class 12, the examination pattern will comprise 40% competency or case-based questions, 20% response-type questions, 20% MCQs, and 40% constructed response questions (encompassing both short and long answer types).

Additionally, the board exam in 2024 will introduce an increased number of ability-based questions. Specifically, 50% of questions in Class 10 and 40% of questions in Class 12 will assess students’ abilities.

During the examination, candidates can expect to respond to a range of 15 to 35 questions within a three-hour timeframe. These changes represent a significant shift in the examination landscape, designed to reduce the pressure on students and foster a more comprehensive evaluation of their skills and competencies.”

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