Press Trust of India|Jul 30, 2021
Free CBSE 12th Result Predictor 2021 launched based on official evaluation criteria
Careers360 has launched the new free Class 12 result predictor tool based on the official evaluation criteria released by the CBSE board on June 17.
CBSE has submitted the evaluation criteria for Class 12th results to the Supreme Court on June 17. The evaluation criteria is based on three parameters - Class 12 internal assessment and performance in class 11 and 10. Students can check the CBSE Class 12 Result 2021 Evaluation Criteria Live Updates to know more about it. Careers360 has relaunched its free CBSE class 12 result predictor based on the official evaluation criteria.
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Since the Class 12 results are crucial for admission to undergraduate courses at many major central and state universities, Careers360 has re-launched its free CBSE 12th Result Predictor on the basis of the official criteria..
The CBSE Result Predictor 2021 is a free tool. Devised by Careers360, the new CBSE class 12 percentage predictor uses the parameters prescribed by the official evaluation criteria to predict the percentage. Inputs like stream of the candidate, the marks obtained in internal school assessments, Class 11 and 10 performance have been used in the tool as specified in the official CBSE Class 12 evaluation criteria.
To use the free CBSE class 12 result predictor, some basic details like name, stream, internal assessment marks and class 10 and 11 marks must be entered. The predictor then uses these to come up with the estimated percentage for the result of CBSE Class 12. This free predictor for CBSE 12th class results is open to all and would be useful to evaluate the admission chances to the UG courses aspired by students.
It is to be noted that CBSE 12th Result Predictor tool uses the inputs provided by the students to give an estimated indicative percentage.
In a meeting chaired on June 2 by prime minister Narendra Modi with Union ministers and education officials, the decision to cancel the CBSE class 12 exams was taken citing that the “health and safety of our students is of utmost importance and there would be no compromise on this aspect”.
Students who are dissatisfied with their scores through CBSE’s alternative assessment scheme can appear for the board exams that are to be conducted by CBSE when the situation is conducive.
** Careers360's Class 12th Result Predictor gives an estimated percentage. The predicted score may not reflect the actual scores for admissions and is for indication purposes.
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