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Online Result Checking Process: The result of Std-10 can be declared, based on the name or code of the school ||GSEB 10th / SSC Result & Marksheet Date 2021 :

Online Result Checking Process: The result of Std-10 can be declared, based on the name or code of the school.

No seat number or receipt was given as the examination was not held. Consideration on how to declare the result online
How do U.S. students compare with their peers around the world? Recently released data from international math and science assessments indicate that U.S. students continue to rank around the middle of the pack, and behind many other advanced industrial nations.

One of the biggest cross-national tests is the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), which every three years measures reading ability, math and science literacy and other key skills among 15-year-olds in dozens of developed and developing countries. The most recent PISA results, from 2015, placed the U.S. an unimpressive 38th out of 71 countries in math and 24th in science. Among the 35 members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, which sponsors the PISA initiative, the U.S. ranked 30th in math and 19th in science.

Younger American students fare somewhat better on a similar cross-national assessment, the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study. That study, known as TIMSS, has tested students in grades four and eight every four years since 1995. In the most recent tests, from 2015, 10 countries (out of 48 total) had statistically higher average fourth-grade math scores than the U.S., while seven countries had higher average science scores. In the eighth-grade tests, seven out of 37 countries had statistically higher average math scores than the U.S., and seven had higher science scores.

Another long-running testing effort is the National Assessment of Educational Progress, a project of the federal Education Department. In the most recent NAEP results, from 2015, average math scores for fourth- and eighth-graders fell for the first time since 1990. A team from Rutgers University is analyzing the NAEP data to try to identify the reasons for the drop in math scores.

The average fourth-grade NAEP math score in 2015 was 240 (on a scale of 0 to 500), the same level as in 2009 and down from 242 in 2013. The average eighth-grade score was 282 in 2015, compared with 285 in 2013; that score was the lowest since 2007. (The NAEP has only tested 12th-graders in math four times since 2005; their 2015 average score of 152 on a 0-to-300 scale was one point lower than in 2013 and 2009.)

Looked at another way, the 2015 NAEP rated 40% of fourth-graders, 33% of eighth-graders and 25% of 12th-graders as “proficient” or “advanced” in math. While far fewer fourth- and eighth-graders now rate at “below basic,” the lowest performance level (18% and 29%, respectively, versus 50% and 48% in 1990), improvement in the top levels appears to have stalled out. (Among 12th-graders, 38% scored at the lowest performance level in math, a point lower than in 2005.)

NAEP also tests U.S. students on science, though not as regularly, and the limited results available indicate some improvement. Between 2009 and 2015, the average scores of both fourth- and eight-graders improved from 150 to 154 (on a 0-to-300 scale), although for 12th-graders the average score remained at 150. In 2015, 38% of fourth-graders, 34% of eighth-graders and 22% of 12th-graders were rated proficient or better in science; 24% of fourth-graders, 32% of eighth-graders and 40% of 12th-graders were rated “below basic.”

These results likely won’t surprise too many people. In a 2015 Pew Research Center report, only 29% of Americans rated their country’s K-12 education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (known as STEM) as above average or the best in the world. Scientists were even more critical: A companion survey of members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science found that just 16% called U.S. K-12 STEM education the best or above average; 46%, in contrast, said K-12 STEM in the U.S. was below average.

Mass promotions have been given to standard 10 students due to the Koro epidemic. However, since the examination was not held, the students were not given seat numbers or receipts. Consideration is being given to how to make the result public online. Efforts are currently being made by the Department of Education to make the results available online. If the result cannot be announced online, the students will have to get the result from the school itself.

Standard 10 results may be announced on July 1. Then DivyaBhaskar is introducing a step by step process on how to check results online.

8.60 lakh will be passed and 7 lakh seats will be an admission problem

8.60 lakh students due to mass promotion. 11 or will be eligible for admission to the next professional course. For these students Std. 11 has 5.50 lakh seats, while diploma and ITI has about 1.50 lakh seats. Thus a total of 7 lakh seats are available for admission. In this case, 8.60 lakh will be passed, which will create an admission problem.

Marksheet will be prepared on the basis of two Std. 9 and one Std. 10 examinations

Jatin Bharade further said that the result will be prepared not from any one of these exams, but from the results of three exams. E.g. If 50 percent result is obtained in three exams, the result will be only 50 percent. If there are different marks in all the three examinations, such as 40 marks in one, 30 marks in the second and 70 marks in the third, then the marks will be given on average. Those who have got first class in Std. 9 can get first class in this.

In simple language e.g. If you wantwant.
In the first periodical test of Std. 9, if we get 40 marks out of 50 in the subject of Mathematics, if we convert it to 40%, it becomes 16 marks. In the second periodical test of Std. In the first periodical test, if we get 60 marks out of 80 in the subject of mathematics, if we convert it to 37.5 per cent, it becomes 22.5 marks. In the unit test of 10, if we get 20 marks out of 25 in the subject of mathematics, if we convert it to 40 per cent, it becomes 8 marks.

Result = 62.5 out of 80 marks

The format will change as there is no seat number
According to an official of the education department, efforts are being made by the board of secondary education to announce the results online. This time the format will change as there is no seat number this year. Efforts are being made to get the result from the name of the school on the board's official website But if that doesn't happen, it's time to dump her and move on. The result is ready and will be announced next week. The result may be announced on July 1.

The board will also felicitate the toppers of GSEB 10th result 2021. Last year, topper's details were not made available. But students can refer to the toppers of 2019 to know the highest marks scored by students.

Gujarat Board SSC Verification Result 2021

GSEB SSC Result 2021 after verification and rechecking will be released online in the Third week of September 2021. Click here to download the last year's official notification of Gujarat Board class 10 result verification.

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