How are the CBSE class 12 scores calculated

CBSE results 2020: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to announce the results of the board exams in grades 10 and 12 by July 15, but without providing a list of achievements. Also Read - Uttar Pradesh Government Announces Complete Lockdown On Weekends: Reports

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With every announcement, the results are made available on A few days ago a circular stated that the results of the CBSE Board of Directors for grades 12 and 10 would be announced on July 11th and 13th, respectively. The notification immediately went viral on social media. But the claim was rejected by the board. Also read - “You had a job today”: Twitter advises US President Donald Trump FINALLY wearing a face mask in public, but in the wrong way before the elections

“A fake message is being circulated regarding the explanation of the 2020 Board Results Grades 12 and 10. The board has not yet announced the results dates, ”the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said in a new statement.

Last month, the Supreme Court approved the draft notification issued by the CBSE in connection with the Board Examination Scoring Scheme that had been canceled for Grades 10 and 12.

The CBSE said there are very few grade 12 students, mostly from Delhi, who have only taken the exams in one or two subjects.

“Your results are declared based on the performance in the subjects published and the performance in the internal / practical / project evaluation. These students can also take the optional exams run by CBSE to improve their performance if they so choose.

"The results of these students will also be announced along with other students," said the draft notice filed with the Apex Court.