Cbse Class 10Th, 12Th Term 1 Result 2021: Know When Term 1 Results Will Be Released, Will Be Able To Check Scores Like This


CBSE Term 1 result: CBSE class 10th and 12th term 1 result will be released soon. After this Term 2 will be held. The sample papers for this have already been issued.

CBSE Term 1 result:  

The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) may soon release the class 10 and 12 term 1 results. It is believed that these will be announced by the first week of February. 

Since the students will not be declared as pass, fail and repeat under the result of term 1, they will be given marks in the result of the first session. These scores will be counted along with the marks of Term 2 in the final result. 

The CBSE Term-1 exam for class 10 was conducted between November 30 and December 11, 2021 in offline mode in the respective schools. 

Whereas the class 12 exam was conducted from December 1 to December 22, 2021. The final results will be released on the basis of the scores of both. Term-2 board exams will be held in March-April. 

If the media reports are likely to be released in  the first week of February, then the results can be released in the first week of February. 

Like every year the result will be declared on However, the board has not yet given an official statement regarding this. 

Earlier, there was news of the result being released on January 15 and January 24, but it did not happen. 

Sample Papers Released:

CBSE has released the sample question paper and marking scheme for the Class 10th and 12th Term 2 examinations on the board’s website. 

Students can check it by visiting the official website of CBSE Board. Also they can download the sample paper. 

How to check the result

CBSE 10th and 12th results will be released on the official website of the board. Students can also check their scores on the Digilocker app or its website 

Through this process they can also download their mark sheet, certificate and migration certificate. 

Pattern of Term 2 CBSE Term 2 Board

Exam will be conducted with 50% syllabus. Term 1 had objective type questions. Wherein Term 2 will consist of both objective and subjective questions. 

It will consist of situation-based, case-based, long answer type questions and open-ended short answers. You will get 2 hours to solve these. 


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