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CBSE Board Exams Will be Held Two Times In a Year From 2024-25

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From the 2024–2025 academic year onward, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will hold board examinations twice a year. Those who take the CBSE Class 10 and 12 examinations in the 2024–2025 academic year will be the first to take the twice-yearly board test. Students would not be required to take the twice-yearly CBSE board exams, however. "The system is designed to lessen students' anxiety over losing out on a single chance. A candidate may decide not to take the next exam if he is ready and happy with his results from the last set of exams,  told officials.

Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in an interview that the twice-yearly board exams will be implemented beginning with the 2024–2025 school year. This indicates that it will be implemented starting with the Class X and XII board exams in 2025. It will be effective for the present Class IX and XI students. This decision is made to put less burden on the students. However, The CBSE twice-a-year board exams will not be mandatory. The students have free will to opt for the exam. 

CBSE exam 2024 Exam Pattern 

Class X, XII 2024 board exams for the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) will begin on February 15. Admit cards for the CBSE board exam 2024 will be released soon.

In 2024, there will be more multiple-choice questions (MCQs) in the following CBSE board exams. The board will include about 20% of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) in the CBSE Class 12 board exam 2024, per the most recent revisions. The final exams will consist of 40% based on competence questions, which will include multiple-choice, source-based, and case-study questions. There will be both short and extended answer-type questions in the remaining 40%.

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