CBSE Result 2022 Revaluation: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will begin the revaluation process from today, i.e. July 26. Candidates who are unhappy with their score can apply for rechecking on the official website — cbse.gov.in.
This year, board released the final results for classes 10 and 12 on July 22, and the online application process for verification of marks will start Tuesday.
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CBSE Result 2022 Revaluation: How to apply
Step 1: Visit the official CBSE website — cbse.gov.in.
Step 2: Click on the link for revaluation.
Step 3: First, students will have to apply for verification of marks (totalling of the score). The Board will check the answer sheets once again for any totaling errors and then report back to the student with the revised (or same) result.
Step 4: Students can stop here if they do not see any difference or don’t wish to proceed. Others can then decide whether they want to obtain the photocopies of their answer sheets or not. Candidates should note that they can only check the subjects they applied for, and not others.
Step 5: After processing photocopy request, the Board will send the online version of the photocopy of the requested answer sheet(s) to the candidate. Then the candidate will have the chance to apply for revaluation of specific questions.
Step 6: The Board will recheck the objection raised by the student and revert with updated result.
Students will have time till 11:59 pm of July 28 to apply for verification of marks, and they will be charged Rs 500 per subject. Then, they will be given time from August 8 till 11:59 pm of August 9 to apply for obtaining photocopy of answer sheets (CBSE Result 2022 Revaluation) and they will be charged Rs 500 per answer sheet(CBSE Result 2022 Revaluation). After that, they will have time from August 13 till 11:59 pm of August 14 to apply for Re-evaluation and will be charged Rs 100 per question.
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CBSE Result 2022 Revaluation: It is also important to note that students can apply for revaluation of only term 2 score, as the term 1 score has been finalised and added to the final score by the Board.