CBSE Class 12 Term 1 Results 2022 declared: Latest updates
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the results for the CBSE 12th Term-1 2022 exams. The board has shared the results in offline mode, which means that students will not be able to check it online. Students who appeared for examinations held in November and December last year can now check their marks.
According to reports, CBSE has sent the Class 12 Term 1 results to the schools over e-mail. The schools will now process the results and share the same with the students. Therefore, students are advised to connect with their respective schools.
Earlier, several media reports had claimed that the CBSE 12th Term 1 Results 2022 will be declared after March 25, 2022. However, the board has announced the results almost a week before so that students get enough time to prepare for the CBSE class 12 Term-2 exams 2022. Several students had also taken to social media to inquire about the results.
Notably, CBSE had decided to split the annual academic year into two terms. The first term exams consisted of only objective type questions. In the second term, both objective and subjective questions will be asked.
Over 36 lakh students took last winter's CBSE board examinations, which were held for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. This academic year's exams were held in semesters—with practical exams in both—and each semester was worth 15 points. This year's results will also be given in the form of marks earned by candidates, but no student will be labeled as "pass" or "fail."
Many students had said that they are worried about their preparation due to the release of CBSE Term 2 date sheet before the Term-1 result. Term-2 exams are scheduled to start from April 26.
The CBSE had stated that the time of each test will remain three hours, as in previous years, despite the number of marks being slashed in half. Some schools had expected that the length of the examination would also be reduced. Earlier, the practical exams were held in a single session, with each paper worth 30 points and a time limit of 3 hours.