The class 12 board test results were released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday at results.cbse.nic.in and cbse.gov.in, respectively. The board said that 92.71% of students passed the tests, with girls performing 3.29 percentage points better than boys. The passing rate for boys is 91.25 percent, compared to 94.54 percent for girls.
In order to compute Class 12 final results, term 1 theoretical tests were given a 30% weighting rather than a 50% weighting, according to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which released board exam results for the 2022 batch of students on Friday.
It said that the remaining theory scores (70 percent) were from term 2 and that theory and practical marks were accorded equal weight (50-50). This action has probably had a significant impact on kids' overall test scores.
According to CBSE, it was brought to the board's attention that many students were unable to provide their best efforts during the term 1 exam, which followed an MCQ format, and that their performance in the term 2 exam was 'positive'.
The majority of the school principals and administrators who were consulted advised sticking with the 30-70 formula, the board reported.
On July 22, the final results for CBSE Class 12 pupils were released. The overall pass rate was 92.71 percent, a significant improvement over 2020, the previous time written exams for final-year students were held.