CBSE Improvement Exam 2014-2015

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CBSE Improvement Exam 2014-2015 for Class 10th/12th Details Admit Card 2014

CBSE Improvement Exam 2014-2015 : - This is the special opportunity for the students who have got E1 and E2 grade in their CBSE results 2014 to improve their grades.

CBSE wants to provide all the students with this opportunity so that they can improve their grade. Some students due to certain problems  are unable to get good marks in the exam and hence should take this as an opportunity and prepare for the exam well.

Important* : This exam is only allowed once and only for the succeeding year. So don’t miss this opportunity if you feel you have scored less marks in the exam.

Procedure :  Those students who are looking for filling CBSE Improvement Exam 2014-2015 must read the complete information mentioned below so that you don’t make any mistakes.

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How to Apply : You can apply for the exam by going on the official website of CBSE. The link is mentioned below. The application will be out in the month of August and students can fill this form.

The forms will be available for the students in various branches of Syndicate Bank and CBSE regional offices. You will have to pay Rs 10 / to get the form.

After filling and applying for the form you will get the online improvement exam admit card on the official website of the cbse and you can download it from there.

Official Website : Click Here to go to the official website where you can find the details about CBSE Improvement Exam 2014-2015.

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  1. and yes….i wanna apply for improvement exams for class 12th’s physics exam….!!!!!!!!

  2. When will be result of improvement exam?

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