What, when and where to check

CBSE Board Exams 2022 Term 2 Admit Card Release Date: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) term 2 exams for both grades 10 and 12 will begin on April 26. Admission cards or seal cards will soon be issued by the board on their official websites – cbse.nic.in or cbse. gov.in. The board normally issues the admission cards 10 days before the exams begin. Therefore, the seal tickets will probably be released in mid-April.

Once released, students can access their cards with their application number and password. Alternatively, they can go to their respective schools to pick it up. The class 12 exams start with entrepreneurship and class 10 with painting.

CBSE Board Exams 2022 Term 2 Admit Card Release Date: What to Check

– Student name

– Application number

– name of the examination center

Exam Center Address

– school name

– Exam time

– Covid-19 guidelines

– The admission cards also have a list of items that students can not take to the exam hall, such as electronic items, phones, tablets, jewelry, etc.

This year, the board has divided the exams into two terms. Unlike the first term which contained the MCQ format, the second will be kept in subjective mode. The first half of the syllabus is covered in the term 1 exams. Term 2 will be held on the remaining 50 percent of the syllabus. The questions will have some internal choices, such as subjective and case-based questions.

According to CBSE, the date sheet for term 2 is prepared by avoiding combinations of nearly 3500 boxes to ensure that no exams of two boxes fall on the same date.

CBSE term 2 exams will be held offline for a period of two hours. Exams for both classes 10 and 12 start at 10.30am. Students are given 15 minutes reading time for the exam.

Students will be assigned different examination centers for term 2 exams as opposed to term 1 when they were assigned to their respective schools. This comes after fraud in term 1 exams in which certain schools helped students with the answers of the papers. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the board has asked parents to make sure their wards are not sick before they appear for the exams. This is to ensure the safety of other students. Students will be required to wear masks during exams.

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