CBSE Optional Exam 2021, Exam Dates, Syllabus

CBSE optional exam 2021 CBSE optional exam class 12 latest information. After CBSE board’s decision of cancelling board exam for class 12 all students are eagerly awaiting the result. CBSE has made a 13 members committee to decide the tabulation policy for deciding the result of CBSE Board students. The CBSE board result committee has given a tabulation policy for class XII 2021 result which you can Download Here.

CBSE class 12 result is expected to be declared by July 31.

Most students are wondering how the result marks will be decided. The CBSE board results committee has decided 30:3:40 formula for deciding the result of the class 12 students without taking the examination.

In this formula 30% weightage will be given to class 10 result and 30% weightage will be given to class 11 result and remaining 40% weightage will be given to class 12 internal performance which will include unit tests, mid term exams, and practical exams at school level. For class 10 and 11 weightage the best three papers will be taken into account out of five papers. CBSE Optional Exam Class 12 2021 will be held after declaration of the CBSE Class 12 result.

CBSE Class 12 Result Formula

Class For Result ConsiderationWeightage Of Percentage
CBSE Class 1030% (Best three of five papers)
CBSE Class 1130% (Best three of fiver papers)
CBSE Class 1240% (Based on internal unit tests, pre board exams and practical exams)

What is CBSE Optional Exam ?

Since the CBSE results committee has given a tabulation policy to determine the result of the class 12 students which includes class 10 marks because that is the only standardized base for all students which were going to appear in CBSE 12th class exam this year. The 11th and 12th class internals marks and exams are not standardized because they are taken by different schools with different standards.

But this is a generalized procedure and it will not affect all the students in same manner. Maybe some students which performed poorly in previous years of class 10 and 11 has improved by studying hard and will get low marks due to previous percentage. So the students which will not satisfy with the result will have option to take the CBSE Board Optional Exam 2021 which will be conducted by CBSE between 15 august to 15 september.

CBSE Optional Exam 2021 Date

The result of class 12 CBSE board will be declared by the july 31. the students which are not satisfy with their result can choose to take CBSE Class 12 Optional Exam 2021. The CBSE has decided to give 15 days time to students to register for the optional exam and the exam will be conducted between july 15th to august 15th. CBSE Optional Exam class 12 will only be taken if the situation become normal. CBSE filed an affidavit in the supreme court.

CBSE will declare the results of class 10 th and 12 the by the July end. CBSE will allow students to register online for the CBSE optional exam class 12 2021. So the CBSE students who are not satisfied with their results can register online for the optional exam. Students can give the exam only of the main subjects. List of main subjects of for class 12th is given here.

CBSE class 12 main subjects


1. Accountancy
2. chemistry
3. Biology
4. Biotechnology
5. Business studies
6. Computer science
7. History
8. Geography
9. Economics
10. Information Practices
11. Physics
12. Mathematics
13. Political Science
14. Applied Mathematics
15. Sociology
16. Psychology

CBSE schools will have to submit the practical marks of class 12 students by 28 June. Students which are not happy with CBSE class 12 result can apply for the CBSE 12 th optional exam on the CBSE official website.

The marks obtained by the students in the CBSE optional exam 2021 will be final and students can not apply for the revaluation. CBSE optional exam 2021 will be conducted between 15 August to 15 September 2021.

CBSE optional exam 2021 registration will be open after the CBSE 12th result 2021.

CBSE Optional Exam 2021 Registration

CBSE optional exam class 12 registration will be available on CBSE portal in the first week of July. CBSE class 12 students who want to improve their result by taking optional exam can register for the CBSE class 12 optional exam 2021.

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