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New 'Low score' in boards? If score less than 90%

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Published : 22 Jun, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • All is not well with the pattern of a sharp ascent in the quantity of aspirants scoring more than 90% in the board exams this year. While those with 90 or more scores celebrated, numerous who did not make the remove felt left and discouraged, say emotional wellness specialists and academics.

    Result of all board exams this year saw an ascent in the quantity of aspirants scoring more than 90%. This year, 48,583 aspirants scored over 90% marit in the state instruction board's class 10 exam as against 40,797 last year. Of these, 12,100 were from Mumbai as against 11,509 last year.

    Clinical therapist Seema Hingorrany said even aspirants who scored as high as 80% this year were not content with their scores. "Since the outcomes were reported, we've had a few situations where aspirants who scored over 85% were discouraged and notwithstanding examining suicide," she said. "The mark is setting high benchmarks and is not in a state of harmony with genuine benchmarks."

    Hingorrany said showing checks on the school notification board was likewise adding to the weight. "Today, the general feeling is that you are sufficient just in the event that you score over 90%," she included.

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