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I am a Class X student. I want to know whether there will be any overall grading including all subjects. Should a student aspire to score a maximum of about 91 or 92 percent marks since this will correspond to the highest grade A1?

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Asked by Niharika Joshi, 20 Jun '12 04:08 pm
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Yes
ab wo 100 marks lane wali baat nhi rahi
but try to do max coz there maybe some mistakes na
Answered by ambuj kumar, 20 Jun '12 04:15 pm

 
  
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Student should concentrate only only knowing each and every lesson of the subjects properly and conceptually ... u may even get 95% if u follow this ...
Answered by komal, 20 Jun '12 04:10 pm

 
  
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The grading system is not meant for demeaning or uplifting any student. The board to reduce exam and study pressure from students introduced this system.
As far as your question is concerned, there will certainly be no overall grading system. Marks or grades should not be the only motive of students; in fact, they should focus on learning new concepts and themes.
So, study hard to learn not just to score marks and grade. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) provides quality education to students and believes in training candidates for future prospects.
CBSE (The Central Board of Secondary Education) is a central educational board operated by the Indian Union Government for both public and private schools. There is also a unique study zone offered by a2e, where you can find the solutions for all your academic needs from 6th to 12th STD students for CBSE & Maharashtra State Board (SSC & HSC).
For more details on CBSE related queries you can refer http://a2e.co.in/
Source: http://a2e.co.in/
Answered by Bhavana Singh, 20 Jun '12 04:09 pm

 
  
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