GSEB HSC Rechecking Result 2023, Gujarat Board 12th Revaluation Results
The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) has announced the results for the class 12th science stream, revealing that 67.18% of students in English medium and 65.32% in Gujarati medium passed. Out of all the students who took the exam, 1523 achieved A2, 6,188 scored B1, 11,984 scored B2, and 19,135 achieved C1. Additionally, 27 schools in Gujarat attained a 100% pass rate. Morbi was the highest-performing district, followed by Rajkot, Surat, Ahmedabad, and Vadodara. Despite these encouraging results, many students may still be unsatisfied with their scorecards. Fortunately, students who took the Gujarat Board exam have the option to have their scorecard re-evaluated. Once the results are announced, the board will activate a link through which students can apply for re-evaluation of their answer sheets. Students can request re-verification of all their subjects or just a single subject, depending on their preference. The process can be completed after the submission of fees per subject, though the exact amount has not yet been disclosed. Students who are not satisfied with their grades will need to regularly check the Gujarat Board's website.
This year, around 38,063 candidates will have to take compartment exams. These students can also opt to have their answer sheets reviewed by paying a fee set by the board. In order to pass the 12th grade exam administered by the Gujarat board, science stream students must achieve a minimum of 35 marks in each subject. Students who receive 90% or more will be awarded an A1 grade, those who score between 90% and 80% will receive an A2 grade, those who score between 80% and 71% will receive a B1 grade, and those who score between 70% and 61% will receive a B2 grade. Those who score between 60% and 51% will be awarded a C1 grade, while those who score between 50% and 41% will receive a C2 grade. Students who score below 35 but above 21 will receive an E1 grade and will need to take compartment exams, the dates for which will be announced soon. Students who score 20 or less will be placed in the F category, indicating they have failed and will need to repeat the year. Out of the approximately 1.07 lakh students who registered for the Gujarat HSC 12th board exams this year, around 1,06,347 students actually showed up to take the exams.