Before going for the board exams there is a common doubt that every student has, which is about the evaluation process of the answer sheets or in simple words the pattern for checking board copies. There is no specified pattern for the checking of board copies, and this is a common doubt in almost every students mind and they want to be clear if they will get the deserving marks for their answers or should they use some other tricks to score good.
In this article, all your doubts regarding the evaluation process for cbse will be cleared and hopefully you will feel a little relaxed and tension free after reading this. You can also check the blueprint and syllabus for class 10th and 12th to make sure that you study quality and useful content, because studying things which might not come in the exam is a wastage of time and you cannot afford to waste your time right now.
CBSE Evaluation Process For Class 12th 10th
How Strict Is The Evaluation Process Of CBSE? The CBSE evaluation process can’t be considered as a strict one, because the guidelines given to the teachers who check the copies are not very strict. Basically it all notches down to the one who checks your copies, on an average a teacher has to check nearly 40 copies in 6 or 7 hours and has to do that everyday for at least 2 months. So, now you can imagine how “serious” the person would be in checking your copies. This is one of the reason why sometimes students score more than they think they would and some face a little loss in their marks.
But you don’t have to worry much about it, because it happens in some very rare cases. Although you need to be 100% sure that you do not leave any chance for the checker to deduct your marks. There are however, no strict rules for the evaluation of your exam sheets and no one is certain about the cbse board checking pattern.
The CBSE Evaluation Process
There are some methods involved in the evaluation process of CBSE exam papers. Do you know that there are two ways in which your answer sheets are checked, have a look at these two ways below:
1. Digital Evaluation
This is the latest added method in the evaluation process which is a bit advanced, in it a scanned copy of the students answer sheet is uploaded on the server and send to the checker after which he/she checks it. This makes the transport of copies easier and the risk of the copies getting lost and misplaced is out of the picture.
Each checker has a unique ID, and the sheets are distributed to them accordingly. The checker gives the confirmation of the answer and submits the finished copies.
However, this process is not applied all over India because some checkers find it difficult to use the systems as it takes a lot of time.
2. Manual Evaluation
This is the normal method of checking the copies, you all might be aware of this evaluation method. In this method the teachers from different schools are selected for the task of checking the copies and then they are sent to the checking centres where they check copies at the rate of 40+ copies in 6 – 7 hours.
Useful Tricks To Score Good In The Evaluation Process
To know the tricks for scoring good in the board exams, you have to think like the checker and act accordingly. Imagine yourself as a copy checker and think what kind of answer sheet would you expect from a student if you want to give him/her good marks.
Also keep in mind that the teacher has to check lots of copies in less time, so they won’t have time to check each and every single mistake that you make. The teacher will look for the way the student has prepared their answer sheet, like the formatting, presentation of the answer, handwriting etc. because let’s be honest, the teacher cannot check each and every answer on the answer sheet in detail.
However there are some tricks, which you can use to make your answer sheet look the best and score good marks out of it. Let’s take a look at them below.
1. Make you answer sheet look appealing, try to answer the questions as neatly as possible and try to avoid any cutting and double writing. Underline the important topics, and circle the resultant of derivation and the final answers etc. Your answer sheet should look like it has been written by God himself, in short make it the best one and you will surely score good.
2. Try to write the answers in points, that way it looks much clear and easy to understand and will surely impress the checker. Remember that tagline of the TV advertisement of apsara pencil “Extra marks for extra handwriting”.
3. Don’t let the teacher work too hard in checking your answer sheet, make it as easy as possible and you will surely score the best.
Now as stated earlier, the cbse board checking rules are not that harsh or strict. So, the checkers mostly don’t give too much attention to the copies of student. So make your answer sheets more appealing and clean and easy to check and then you will score good marks more easily. Even if you don’t know the answer of some question, write anything you know related to that topic and you will get some marks for that which is always better than getting no marks at all.