New 10 Points Grading System For Matric And Inter IBBC Introduced

New 10 Points Grading System For Matric And Inter is announced by IBBC. We have good news for students in classes for board exams such as SSC or HSSC. A new 10-point system for grading is in development in the matrices and inter-levels across the nation. The system for grading will replace the existing marking system and the grading system. In accordance with this new method, passing scores will increase between 33 and 40 percent while failure grades i.e. F, will be replaced by a U grade.

New 10 Points Grading System For Matric And Inter

Plus grades will be given to students who have scored between 96 and 100 scores, an A + for students scoring between 91 and 95 marks, and A grades for students with 86 up to 90 marks. The approval of this 10-system grade system will be announced at the head meeting for all boards of education across the nation (IBCC) scheduled to take place today in Lahore.

The Chairman HEC The Chairman of HEC Dr. Mukhtar is also specifically invited to attend the meeting. Based on this system, between 81 and 85 percent of grades will be graded as B plus, and 76-81 scores will receive a grade of B.

 In the same way, students from Matriculation or Inter will be awarded the University-style Grading Point Average (GPA) instead of marks. Also, it will be decided during the meeting that matriculation and inter-examinations will be conducted in May and April, while the exam results are announced in August each year.

New 10 Points Grading System For Matric And Inter IBBC Introduced Below

IBCC Grading System for Matric and Inter 2022

Have a look at the newly introduced University style Grading System for all matric and inter-level students.

Marks Grades
96/100 A++
91 to 95 A+
81 to 85 B+
76 to 81 B
40 Passing Marks

Conduction of Matric/Inter Annual Exams 2023

Therefore, students in the matriculation and inter-level classes will receive marks of a University-style Grading Point Average (GPA) instead of marks. Furthermore, all education directors and heads of schools have confirmed that the matriculation and inter-examinations will take place between April and May and the final results will be released at the end of August each year.

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