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I am 12 pass out student. and I want to change my boards..please suggest.
Hey Dear,Do not worry about changing the board from CBSE to a State Board as most of the time there are many of the students do the same every year. So that is absolutely not a big deal and can be done so. But there will be a lot of procedures that you will have to go through and it might be troublesome for you and your family. Also it might take a lot of time and you might as well get admission in the school having state board but at very later stages and you might lose on the classes that the students of your class have taken and you might lag behind in your curriculum. You will then have to rush up with the syllabus to score good marks. Also there might not be many schools in the state board that are willing to take kids immediately in class 12th and they have their own norms that they follow in this area which no one interrupts. Most of the schools have fears about their class 12th result because of which they do not entertain new admissions in class 12th at one go. So you will also have to look for a school that is willing to take you. If you already have contacts in school that can take you the surely go about it and do try once if you have the urge to try and get good marks in your class 12th examinations. As far as good colleges are concerned it does not matter to them if you have done your 12th twice as well they are concerned just with a good score in your 12th class. Especially colleges like Delhi University take admissions in may courses purely on the basis of the merit list that they prepare so you need not worry about it
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If you have passed 12th from CBSE, why do you want to re-appear from State Board? 57% in 12th is very low and you should find out the real reason why you scored so low marks. Though marks alone should not determine your future career.
I think you should move forward with admission to a degree college on the percentage you have got and do really good studies in the graduation.
Dr. Anand Wadadekar
I am unable to understand why do you wish to repeat 12th exams again.I understand that you have a low percentage, but what is the surety that changing the boards and reappearing will help to increase the percentage.
Serious advise will be to take admission in any Graduate college available and work hard and do your best at the Graduate level.
Wish you good luck....
There is no board after 12th standard. if you want to reappear in the 12th you can do . you can improve your % even from the same board if you wish. it does not make any sense by doing this. you can take admission in graduation and by working hard you can have good records in Graduation.
with best wishes
Dr. shankar chaudhary
Why do you want to reappear and improve on your percentage? Do you have some specific course or college in mind where a higher percentage is required to study?
I think first you should try to understand why you scored less marks. Are you interested in the subjects you are studying? What are your interests and in which field would you like to work once you complete your studies are all questions that require your thoughtful consideration before deciding on any course of action. There are many career streams and study programs where a less percentage of marks in 12th may not be a hindrance. So I suggest you do a complete analysis of your interests, choices available, admission requirements etc and then arrive at a solution. There are excellent tools available on this website to explore your strengths and interests plus advice on career choices available. Please make use of them or gather information from other means like books and internet or take a professional career counselling in your city.
Theoretically, yes you can reappear for 12th exams either in the same or different board and improve your percentage. You can also consider enrolling in a degree course of your choice and repeating 12th Std from NIOS if improving your percentage is the only criterion.
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