Grading system Students who score marks in the range of 92 to 100 in a particular subject, will get an A1 grade. For 83 to 91 marks (A2), 75 to 82 (B1), 67 to 74 (B2), 59 to 66 (C1), 51 to 58 (C2), 43 to 50 (D1), 35 to 42 (D2) and for 34 and below marks, an E grade will be awarded. For A1 grade students, 10 grade points will be awarded, while it will be 9 for A2, 8 for B1, 7 for B2, 6 for C1, 5 for C2, 4 for D1, 3 for D2.
For E-grade, there will be no grade points. The SSC board has finally decided to adopt the ‘Grade Point Average’ (GPA) method, along the lines of the CBSE, while issuing mark sheets to SSC students this year. The marks will not be announced while releasing SSC results on May 23. Grade points will be replaced with marks in SSC marks memos. Besides this, unlike earlier, the total marks will not be printed on SSC memos. Even marks secured in individual subjects will be shown as grades and grade points. The final grade point will be the average of these grade points, secured in individual subjects.
The SSC results announced on May 24 at 11.00 pm. Check your results at www.vidyavision.com
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