The Central Board of Secondary Education has reportedly decided to scrap the paper revaluation procedure for class 12 from the coming year i.e., 2017. The reason stated for the same is that the number of students applying for revaluation on an average is around 1.8% which is much higher in comparison to the genuine cases and beneficiaries.
While the news has led to a lot of tension among the students and parents, the officials have affirmed that they will put a new process in place to look over all the genuine cases. Talking about the same, the chair person of CBSE, R.K. Chaturvedi stated, “Students can put in an application at the regional office, and a committee can be formed to look into the need for re-evaluation.”
Nevertheless, it is suggested to be doubly sure that whatever you write in your exam is clear enough so that the evaluator can evaluate it appropriately in the first go itself. Your answers must be neatly written and answer sheets must be tied properly. Following tips should help you with this:

  • Make sure you keep your answer sheets neat and tidy – no ink spots or scratches.
  • Try to use same colour ink all through the paper to ensure neatness.
  • Maintain a good handwriting all through the paper.
  • Wherever possible, write the answers in points and highlight or underline the key points.
  • Avoid cutting and overwriting.
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