CBSE Revaluation

 

The Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE is a national educational board in india for public and private schools. Every year CBSE conducts the final examination for class 10 and class 12 in the month of march, and the results of these exams are announced during the last week of may. A number of students appear for these examinations. However everyone is not satisfied with their marks they receive, this could be possibly when they get less marks than they expected or they are confident enough about their performance in the examination. However there can also be an error while evaluating the answer sheets and these can be an error in incorrect marking, error in addition of marks or poor checking.

In such cases students can apply for revaluation of their answer scripts by filling the form of revaluation which will be available on the official site of CBSE. Actually the process of revaluation consists of 3 steps . One can not directly challenge the board to recheck the answers.

Below are the list of options for via which you can apply for revaluation.

  1. Verification of Marks
  2. Photocopy of Answer Sheets
  3. Revaluation of Answers

Verification of Marks

In this process the board checks if you got correct marks or not. The following criterias are followed while verifying the marks:

  1. All the answers you have written are evaluated or not.
  2. There is no mistake while adding the marks.
  3. Correct marks are totaled on the front page or not.
  4. The supplementary answer sheet mentioned in the main answer sheet is intact or not.

Student have to pay Rs 500 per subject as application fee.

Steps to apply for verification of marks :

  1. Visit the official website of CBSE
  2. Click on “Apply for Verification”.
  3. Fill your details and then submit.
  4. Pay the application fee.
  5. Do note down the application number or the reference number for further use.

Photocopy of Answer Sheet

If you are not satisfied with the marks you received then you can ask for the photocopy of your answer sheet.

Benefits of getting a photocopy of answer sheet.

One can calculate the marks on their own and can check the total marks awarded are correct or not, student can also check if they were awarded less mark in a particular question.

If the student thinks he or she has been awarded less marks then they can contact the regional CBSE office to correct the mistake.

To obtain a photocopy of the answer sheet a student of class 10 has to pay 500 INR for one subject and 700 INR per subject for a student of class 12.

Steps to apply for Photocopy of Answer Sheets

  1. Visit the official site of CBSE
  2. Click on “apply for answer book “ then click on “apply online”.
  3. Now fill the details and follow the instructions.
  4. Then you will be redirected to “generate undertaking ” page and follow the instructions.
  5. Then you have to upload some documents, upload the required documents and you will be redirected to the payment page.
  6. Pay the fees and write down the reference number and the application number.

Revaluation of Answers

If the student is not satisfied with the above procedures then he or she can apply for the revaluation of some answers.

Maximum 10 questions can be challenged for rechecking and each question will cost 100 INR. So, it is advised to pick only those question in which you are sure about.

Steps to apply for revaluation:

  1. Visit the official site of CBSE.
  2. Now click on “apply for reval”.
  3. Then click on apply online and fill all the details, after filling the details click on proceed next.
  4. Then you will be redirected to “generate undertaking ” page and follow the instructions.
  5. Upload the required documents and you will be redirected to the payment page.
  6. Pay the fees and write down the reference number and the application number.

Should should not lose heart if they have score less marks than they expected. They can apply for revaluation and can hope to get more marks.

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