Changing of Board for your Class 10 itself is a biggest question that students possess. This has turned out to be one of the most discussed confusion among the students. Hence our Vagupu Experts have given some vital suggestions and their views which helps you in sorting out your confusions wherein you can determine that would be relevant to you.
Should I take up Board Exam with CBSE or State Board
It is indeed a good question to be asked as many students have this confusion whether to choose home state board or the CBSE Boards exams.
Most students prefer for state boards because of the fear in their minds that CBSE board would be difficult or they might have to go to another centre or city to give the exam. But as I mentioned earlier it’s all a minds play. It is untrue that CBSE board exams are difficult. In fact they also have the same difficulty level as in your state board exams. Especially, sometimes you will even find CBSE board exams to be easier than your state board exams. Adding to it, there is another benefit too, generally if the exam is very tough in CBSE examinations, the corrections are done leniently.
Advantages of Changing of Board to CBSE
- State boards give less pressure, but ultimately you will not learn much
- CBSE gives you exposure that you require after 12th class. Many students tell that they did not perform well in few exams of class 12 because they opted for state boards in their 10th class board exams.
- It makes you familiar with the system of boards and exams after class 12
- It gives a rough idea about corrections of different boards.
- It increases your intensity of studying.
- Quality study material and teachers are readily available online and in the market
- The CBSE board exam would be the best option, if you are looking for engineering or medical exams after class 12. The syllabus of the exams is same as NCERT text books.
- Most of the scholarship exams like KVPY are based on NCERT books and CBSE syllabus
- If you plan to study abroad or move to other part of India, CBSE schools are the only option
Disadvantages of Changing of Board to CBSE
- CBSE syllabus is very standard. You will not learn much about the state and region.
- CBSE schools are in general expensive as compared in state board schools
- If you are living in small cities or towns, then you might not have physical access to quality CBSE teachers
In the end, it is said to be better to study in CBSE based from class 10 onwards. But there are lot many factors to take into considerations. We hope our this analysis will help you in taking the right decision.
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