Why students fail in board exams


Mar 05, 2017 · Why Not Ditch Advanced Placement (AP) Classes? March 5, 2017 By Nancy Bailey 40 Comments If you have a high school student with college on their mind, chances are you are saving to pay for the myriad of standardized Advanced Placement (AP) tests they will need to take at the end of their classes. Why is the government trying so hard to prevent students from failing? The consequences of failure in school can be very high, so we do not take this issue lightly. We believe in giving students multiple chances to get themselves on the right track for a promising future. A high school diploma opens so many doors. Jun 24, 2019 · There's one student that was so nervous that she studied so hard for two months and collapsed when only two days were left for the actual board exam. Here are some other reasons why some outstanding students fail the board exam. 1. Poor or mediocre / extensive saturating preparation of subjects. 2. No awareness about the question patterns. 3. Sep 24, 2015 · Let me also indicate that the admission to the US Universities are based more on the SAT than on the Year 12 board of exams. Hence an ISC student with good SAT has the same chance of getting into an US option as an IB student with the same SAT. Dec 18, 2013 · What students don’t realise is the other factors that have a part to play and that affects the scores as well. Be it a class test, a final exam or simply a board exam, all of them have these facts in common. So if you’re wondering what are these interesting facts about examinations that students fail to realise?