CBSE Improvement Exam as private candidates in the main examination, which means that they do not have to attend regular school to be eligible for appearing in the improvement exam.
Students have an option to take the improvement exam for one or all of the passing subjects but not in the additional subjects and the subjects in which they have been declared as 'failed'. It is strongly recommended that students appear in all five subjects because of JEE rules regarding the improvement exam.
A candidate appearing for the improvement exam in one or more subjects cannot appear for additional subject simultaneously.
Today, in this article, we're discussing all you need to know about the CBSE Improvement Examination Application Forms, Important Dates, Fee Structure, FAQs, and much more.
Here we go!
The CBSE Improvement Exam gives you an opportunity to perform again and get a better grade or score. The Improvement Exams are basically for those students who have qualified the examination but are not satisfied with their results and are willing to appear in the examination again to improve their score. The CBSE Improvement Exam takes place in the following year and can be taken in one or more subjects in the succeeding year only after clearing the subject in Class 12.
As mentioned earlier, you cannot appear for the improvement exam in a subject which you have failed. The CBSE board improvement exams provide students with an opportunity to improve their marks, there will be no reduction in the marks because even if you score lower than your previous examination marks then the previous year's marks will be considered.
The table given below highlights the important dates in the CBSE Improvement Exams 2017.