Covid-19 Pandemic acted as a catalyst in transforming & revolutionalising online education. Being the pandemic has highlighted the adaptability of both academics and students in the higher education setting to continue with online learning. The traditional education system was shifted and transformed into online mode of education. That all was abrupt and unplanned, neither the teachers were prepared nor did they get any time to get the training for it. The situation of the learners was also not far from this.
‘The eyes staring at the screens giving confused & dazed looks were the hallmark of Online Classes. ‘
Pre-Covid or Post-Covid, CBSE Board Exams have been tough & important at the same time. After major dip in Covid cases CBSE Board Exams 2023 will be held in Offline Mode. As the latest guidelines issued by CBSE, from this year onwards, CBSE Class 12 Board Exams 2023 will be held once a year at the end of the academic session 2022-23. This gave a sigh of relief to the students, as now they can access more information and richer understanding giving them an opportunity to connect with, problem-solve, and network with the students from different backgrounds.
The question that came to the surface is whether Class 12 CBSE Board exams 2023 be tougher than 2022 examination
When we are prepared, nothing is tough. Though, it’s acceptable that facing the exams twice, working with half of the syllabus and appearing for the exam with Objective Type /Subjective Type questions was indeed a cinch for Class 12 students. And now when exams will be conducted offline on annual basis, with complete Class 12 CBSE Syllabus could demand them to bend over backwards to cope up with that extra mile. Understanding the Board question paper pattern as per the Board marking scheme will surely be an added keynote.
Please note that: “Online & Offline Exams are the two ends of the same rope. Part of the same concept, still much different from each other.”
Being specific in saying whether the exams will be difficult or easy for 2023 than the previous years is not justifiable. Yes, we can say that Board Class 12 exams for the Academic Session 2022-23 will have an entirely different pattern to that of 2021-22 exams. The term based exams initiated in 2021-22, where, Term 1 & Term 2 concept with half of the NCERT Syllabus at a time in Objective type questions and Subjective Type questions format respectively, has been abolished. Post Covid, CBSE announced the annual Board Exam pattern as it used to be conducted earlier. Whole syllabus will be included. So, Students have to study hard to achieve best results in CBSE Board exams 2023. Choose ‘Together with’ CBSE Question Banks and ‘Together with’ CBSE Previous 10+ Years’ Question Banks for better results. Practicing the exam preparation books which includes the previous year questions in accordance with the Board question paper pattern will help the students to get successful outcomes.
Recently Rachna Sagar has released ‘Together with’ CBSE EAD Sample Papers for Grades 10 & 12 to give the final touch to your 2023 exam preparation.
You all will do Great!