CBSE Class 10, 12 Results 2019 Re-evaluation & Re-Verification: Check Cost, Process & How to Apply at cbse.nic.in
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New Delhi, May 14: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which declared the results of Class 10th and 12th earlier this month, has now opened up the process for re-verification Class 10 students. Candidates who want their exam scores to be re-verified can now apply for the same at the board's official website - cbse.nic.in.

In the re-verification process, the examiner would take into consideration the candidate's exam papers once again, and keenly check whether all of the question-answers have been marked or not, and have been accurately totalled up. Failed in CBSE Class 10 Board Exam 2019? Know Everything About Compartment Examination & What You Should Do Next

Applications for re-verification were invited from May 10, 2019. The last date to file the application process is May 14 (Tuesday).

How to Apply For Re-Verification? Visit the Board's official website and click on exams section. In the section which follows, click on re-verification. Enter the subject details, along with your name, subject and hall ticket no. A per subject cost of Rs 500 will be levied.

Applications for re-evaluation, which is different from re-verification, will be invited from May 31 for the Class 10 students. The last date for applying is June 1 (5pm). For each question of revaluation, a charge of Rs 100 would be levied. Failed in CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2019? Know Everything About Compartment Examination & What You Should Do Next

As per the re-evaluation process, the examiner would inspect whether the candidate has been adequately marked or not for a particular question.

For Class 12 students, the process of re-evaluation will be opened up on May 24. The last date for applying is May 25. The cost will be the same - Rs 100 per question.

Notably, 91.1 per cent of the total students had cleared the 10th exams, whereas, the pass percentage in Class 12th exams is 83.4 per cent.