SSC-HSC New Question Pattern, Mark Distribution and Time | SSC Result 2021 Grading System

It was not possible to take this year’s SSC equivalent examination on February 1 due to coronavirus. Even after five months, the country’s biggest exam SSC has not been taken yet. Although the confidence of the students was given at different times of the meetings of the chairpersons of the Ministry of Education and 9 education boards, the exam will be held.
But finally, on 15 July 2021, the Minister of Education also announced in an online meeting with the board chairmen that the SSC equivalent examination could start in November, 2021. However, in this case, the Ministry of Education is going to bring some changes in the number and time including the question paper this year. Today we will discuss in detail at a glance about your SSC exam number exam questions and time.

SSC HSC New Question Pattern

In a virtual press conference last Thursday, Education Minister Dipu Moni announced that if the situation does not return to normal, SSC and equivalent examinations will be conducted on only three group-based subjects in the light of a short syllabus in compliance with the hygienic rules.
Read More : SSC Exam Date
She also announced the probable time of the examination. He said that the SSC 2021 examination will be held in the 2nd week of November. Journalists present at the time wanted to know if there would be any change between the type of question and the time of the test.
In her reply, Dipu Moni said that the time of the test has been halved, i.e. the test used to be taken for 3 hours, now it will be taken in 1 and a half hours. On the other hand, there will be no change in the question paper. Students will have to answer multiple choice and essay questions.
See Also : SSC Routine

SSC HSC Mark Distribution and Time

However, as before, students will be given a total of ten creative questions, of which they would have to ask eight, but under the new rules, students will be asked to answer three or four of them.
As a result, the chances of students to choose their questions will increase. There have been several changes in the distribution of marks. Instead of 100 marks, the test will be taken at 50 marks.
Final Words
The final decision has not be taken yet. The entire system is depend on Corona Situation of our country. We have to wait for it and final announcement will come very shortly. Thank you very much for staying with us.

Muntasir Srabon

Muntasir Srabon is a student of Masters Of Arts from National University Of Bangladesh under Rajshahi College. During his graduation he has taken different types of courses on Writing Skills. He has a lots of experienced of managing several article publishing websites. Now he is working as a Freelance Writer for different international projects.
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