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Surbhi Nandan holds a Masters in Psychology from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and P.G.Diploma in Counseling Psychology from Jamia Millia Islamia University ,New Delhi Busine. She recently did her Certification in Career Development facilitation from National Career Development Association, New york , USA. Her mission in life is to help others identify their true calling and to give them the personal narrative, supporting materials, and self-marketing skills to get what they want. She is an experienced career counselor , and a supportive coach. She has wide range of working experience in career counseling, Life Skill training, adolescent counseling, training& workshops and management. Her experience in a wide range of professional settings, combined with her career counseling skills and intuitive gifts, give a precisely targeted rocket-boost to clients.

Surbhi Nandan, Counselling Psychologist/Career Counselor, is a career counsellor based at Greater Seattle, US area. View all career counsellors from Greater Seattle

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Hi Renu, Most schools demand an entrance test to be qualified to be admitted to class 11th. However changing school at 10th standard does not have this condition. Schools usually admit based on previous performances especially your 10th grade marks. As giving board is not compulsory now and has become optional for the students. But you will have to give your boards exams to change your school. The marks that you score in your boards will allow you to get admission in some other schools.   But you should keep in mind that you should go into a good school only. But remember that the teacher

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Hi Bhavya, With the ongoing unification in the standards of education all boards have adapted almost the same course structure. So there is nothing to worry about. The difficulty level also has come to a common platform. But yes it is slightly tough to score marks in ICSE board as compared to other boards. The number of subjects that one has to study is more as compared to other boards. The focus of ICSE board is purely on academics as compared to CBSE whose focus is on holistic development of the child. So yes it could be said that it is slightly tough to score marks in ICSE board.  But

Answered by: Surbhi Nandan, Counselling Psychologist/Career Counselor, on April 11, 2016