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For some entrance examinations, it is essential to indicate the marks obtained in the Board examination as an eligibility criterion. How will this be possible?

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Asked by Bhavana Singh, 22 Jun '12 06:46 pm
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This is the criteria being followed allover............... wats d problem............ u simply have to tell ur previous marks............. thats it!
Answered by Pawansharma, 22 Jun '12 07:05 pm

 
  
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Marks obtained in grade XII Board examination is the major eligibility criteria for appearing any entrance examination. However, if any such situation arises, the actual marks obtained in Class-X examination can also be obtained from the Board. In the coming years, the eligibility criteria can be changed in terms of grades.
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Answered by Niharika Joshi, 22 Jun '12 06:47 pm

 
  
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