The ICSE and ISC results are finally out. While some students are over the moon, some have plans to re-evaluate their sheets.
The ICSE and ISC results 2020 are out and there are smiles everywhere. Largely because the pass percentage for ICSE (99.33%) and ISC (96.83%) can be considered impressive. Although the Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) did not publish the merit list, such a style of result publication is certainly a first for the students. So ABP Education reached out to several students who received their ICSE and ISC results on July 10, and ran into several highs and lows.
Here’s a list of reactions you’d love to read to get a hang of the mood in the student community:
Scored 96.6% in ICSE.
From: MC Kejriwal Vidyapeeth
“To speak the truth, I’m quite satisfied with my results, especially in this coronavirus situation. The enthusiasm was a bit lower as the exams got delayed by three months. I thought they would be conducted around July or August. The marks of the cancelled exams sent from school are also very satisfying. Overall, I am satisfied with my marks.”
Scored 99% in ICSE
From: St. Augustine’s Day School, Barrackpore
“I am extremely satisfied, I can’t expect more than this, in fact this is beyond my expectations. I am very happy. Thanks to the teachers for helping me. As I couldn’t appear for four papers, so from the six papers in which I appeared, the best three subjects have been taken into account, and the average of the best three subjects have been taken.”
Scored 87% in ICSE.
From: Agrasain Balika Siksha Sadan
“I never expected such a thing, I am very happy right now as I expected that I would have got between 80 to 85%, but this is too much. Even after not giving three papers, the marks that have been awarded are quite satisfying.”
Scored 94% in ICSE.
From: Little Star High School
“I am happy with my results and all the marks that I have been awarded in each subject but yes, I do feel that I could have scored better if I would have got a chance to appear in the cancelled exam papers. But, overall I am extremely happy.”
Scored 87% in ICSE
From: Saltlake School
“I am more or less satisfied with the results. Even the marks of the cancelled exams have been marked well so overall I am happy with my marks.”
Scored 98.5% in ISC.
From: St. Augustine’s Day School, Barrackpore
“I am very elated and on cloud nine. It’s like a dream come true. I have always wanted to be a good student and score well in my academics. And Humanities is my favourite stream, and it feels great to score well in something which I really like.”
Scored 94% in ISC.
From: Sunrise (Eng. Med.) School
“I think that I would have done better but yes I am quite satisfied to some extent but the percentage of our school may be or for ISC has gone down. I appeared for all the subjects.
Scored 95.25% in ISC
From:- St.Agnes Convent School Howrah
“The result is quite satisfying because we were tensed regarding our marks. And we had three ending exams and most of our careers were based on that, we thought that we would get very bad marks but the results are unexpected, and in this crisis situation of corona, it’s satisfying.”
Scored 80% in ISC
From: Adamas International School
“I am really satisfied and the result is beyond my expectations. I really did not expect such good scores. Even the scores of the cancelled papers are also good and I am really happy as my school did a good job in this.”
Scored 93% in ISC
From: Sunrise (Eng. Med) School
“I am actually not so satisfied, I mean the rest of the subjects are fine but I am disappointed with my Economics marks since I expected a bit more. I did not give two of my most scoring papers, those two got affected because of the Economics marks somehow. I am planning to give my Economics paper for recheck as well.”
This clearly reflects the satisfaction and happiness of the students, though few of them could not get the pass marks, but for them there is a re-evaluation facility.
Get the re-evaluation details here.
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