CISCE Lower Passing Marks Limit for Class 10

The Council for Indian School Examination (CISCE) has conducted the Class 10 and 12 examinations 2019 successfully without any hurdles. This year numerous changes were made in CISCE board exams. The evaluation process for both Class 10 ICSE and Class 12 ISC have been initiated. The CISCE board has made a significant change from the academic session (2018) onwards related to passing percentage. For the students of Class 10 ICSE, they need to score 33 instead of 35 percent for passing the exam and for Class 12 ISC they require 35 instead of 40 percent.

Students who fail to clear the board examination 2019, will get a second chance by appearing for the compartmental tests, which will be held in July. The results of the examination will be announced in August. This opportunity can only be avail by those students who fail to pass in only one subject, other than English, in the main examination.

Students of Class 10 ICSE and Class 12 ISC are advised to keep a constant check on the official websites of CISCE because according to the speculation the results might be declared in the upcoming month of May 2019.

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