The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is yet to declare the re-evaluation exam result for students who were unsatisfied with their board exam scores. Although a confirmed date and time has not been announced, it is speculated that the board will declare the CBSE Re-evaluation result 2019 anytime soon, considering the Delhi University admission procedure. The class 12 CBSE re-evaluation result 2019 will be declared first, followed by the 10th result. Students are advised to keep a tab with the official websites; cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in. Apart from the official CBSE site, students also have several alternative web portals to check their CBSE 12th re-evaluation result 2019 and CBSE 10th re-evaluation result 2019. Delhi University Admissions 2019: Know the List of Changes Here.
According to reports, CBSE is expected to declare the 12th re-evaluation result 2019 by June 14. The reason for the above speculation is because of DU’s admission process 2019, which has decided June 14 to be the last date for the submission of UG forms for all courses and quotas. Besides, DU is expected to release the first cut off list on June 20. CBSE has confirmed the students that the re-evaluation marks will be announced soon and students will have time to update their marks in the application form based on their improved score. But it is June 11, already and hence, it is expected that the 12th re-evaluation scores will be declared any moment from now.
List of Websites to Check CBSE Re-evaluation Result 2019
How to Check CBSE Re-evaluation Result 2019?
- Visit the official websites; cbse.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in.
- Once declared, CBSE will activate the re-evaluation result link on the homepage.
- After clicking the same, enter your CBSE roll number and other required details.
- Your CBSE 12th re-evaluation result 2019/ CBSE 10th re-evaluation result 2019 will be displayed on the computer screen.
- Download and take a print out of the same for future reference.
The process of re-evaluation involves the re-checking of the totalling errors and checking if there was any loophole in the process of correcting the answers. Under the process of re-evaluation, the teachers or evaluators would go through the CBSE answers and re-check whether it has been marked correctly.