JSC Exam result which will be declared on end of December 2018 is provided based on the JSC GPA which is Grade Point Average that the students scored in the exam. If you want to know more about the JSC Grading System 2018, you must continue reading this post. Here we have clearly mentioned what GPA which is also called as grading system is along with the procedure to calculate the GPA of the JSC result using this Grading system.
JSC Grading System in Bangladesh
In the country Bangladesh, the academic results are used to be provided in the division system previously. But from the year 2001, the Grading system has been implemented for providing the Bangladesh academic results for secondary education and in 2011 for primary education and in 2003 in higher secondary education. Now, the division system is outdated. The grading system is existed with the motto of providing their exam results in the form of grades and grade points which is to reduce the results tension of the students with marks. The grading system is different for HSC, SSC and JSC education. As if you were here to know about the JSC Grading System 2018 students can go through the below given details.
From past few years, the JSC Exam results are being announced based in the GPA system or grading system i.e., the results are given in the GPA format for the contenders. Right from the implementation of this GPA system, it is appreciated by many people. But, still many students and their guardians do not know what exactly grading system is and how to calculate GPA for JSC and to help them we have given the example below the grading system table given here. We advice the students to go through it to get an overview of it and to calculate your exam result of JSC and JDC examinations for the year 2018.
Grading System for JSC Exams 2018
|Marks Range||Grade Points||Grade|
|80 – 100||5.00||A+|
|70 – 79||4.00||A|
|60 – 69||3.50||A-|
|50 – 59||3.00||B|
|40 – 49||2.00||C|
|33 – 39||1.00||D|
|0 – 32||0.00||F|
There will be a total of 7 grades from A+ to F and the grade points from 5 to 0 in this JSC Grading system of the education board. All the theoretical, practical and MCQ results are given in the Grading system in Bangladesh public exam results. For every subject, the student will be given a grade point and the grade for the marks obtained by the student in that particular subject. Finally, the average of the all grade points is taken and the overall grade point is assigned to the students and for which the grade is awarded for the candidates as a JSC Result 2018 for the public examinations conducted in that year.
How to Calculate GPA for JSC
For example: If the student scores 79 marks in particular subject, he/she will get the Grade point 4.00 and the grade as A. If the score is 80, the grade point is 5.00 and the grade is A+. Based on the score obtained one can check the grades and grade points from the table and calculate the overall grade and grade point of the overall score obtained by the student in the JSC Exams 2018 or JDC exams 2018.
GPA = Addition of Grade Points in Each Subject / Total Number of Subjects
This is how the JSC and JDC result 2018 are given in the grading system for the students. The result will be published for the student in GPA with grades and grade points and the marks in each subject and the overall score will be available with the respective schools from which students can check their score.
JSC Exams 2018 Marks Distribution
The education board authority has changed the distribution of marks in the JSC Exams and students should be aware of this. National Curriculum & Textbook Board (NCBT) has finalized the new syllabus as well as the new marks distribution system or structure for the JSC Exam 2018 and its equivalent examinations. Students can know about this here.
In the JSC exams 2018, there are 70 marks for the theoretical part i.e., writing side and the 30 marks is for MCQ. But last year there for 60 marks for writing part and 40 marks for MCQ which is changed this year. However, the marks distribution for the English subject is not changed i.e., same 60 marks for writing side and 40 marks for MCQ for English language.
When it comes to writing part of the English subject, 10 marks will be for Paragraph, 5 marks for letter writing, 7 marks for completing the history, 10 marks for the analysis of question graph and 8 marks for passage summarizing.
So, overall for 100 marks every subject exam is conducted and the marks distribution for practicals is different to that of subject marks. Check it below.
When it comes to practical subjects, they are again divided in to three parts i.e., theoretical, practical and MCQ. For theoretical part there are 50 marks, and for practical and MCQ there are 25 marks each.
This is all about the JSC grading system in Bangladesh and the marks distribution system that education boards have implemented for issuing the JSC Result to the class 8 students of Bangladesh. As few more days left for the JSC and JDC results to be out, it if necessary for every examinee to have a glance at the grading system and be aware of it. If there is more information about the grading system, we will update it here for your reference. Stay tuned for more updates on JSC Exams, results and more.