About two and a half months or even three months after the completion of the SEE, the SEE results are published by the Office of the Controller of Examination (OCE).
The new grading system has replaced the traditional absolute marking system for the evaluation of the SEE papers. This new evaluation system helps the students mainly in two ways.
First, the system better reflects the capability of the students and as per their performance in their 10th grade, directs them towards appropriate subjects for grade 11.
Second, the system will reduce the stress of the students appearing for the exam and they will not have to fear their 10th-grade exams like earlier. But many people are still in confusion with this new system.
Therefore, in this article, we are providing a short description of the grading system used for the evaluation of the students in SEE results.
SEE Results in Grading System
The SEE results of each course are decided by a grading system based on GPA (Grade Point Average). GPA ranges from 0 to 4.
The student who would score A+ is Outstanding, likewise, student scoring A is Excellent.
In the same way score B+ refers to Very Good, student scoring B represent Good.
The student scoring C+ is Satisfactory, and the student scoring C is Acceptable.
Similarly, the student scoring D+ is remarked as Partially Acceptable and scoring D is Above Insufficient.
At last, the student scoring E is Very Insufficient.
These grades obtained by the students are based on their actual marks they obtain which are then converted to GPA. Students securing between 90 and 100 marks will get A+. Similarly, A is for those securing between 80 and 89 marks; B+ for score between 70 and 79; B between 60 and 69; C+ between 50 and 59 and C between 40 and 49. Likewise, students securing between 30 to 39 will get D+; D for those with 20 to 29 marks while E for those who score below 20.
A+ is identical to 4 GPA, A to 3.6, B+ to 3.2, B to 2.8, C+ to 2.4, C to 2.0, D+ to 1.6, D to 1.2 and E to 0.8.
Officially, the students will not fail; there is no provision for any grade. But there is a provision for categorizing unsatisfactory performance.
If a student scores less than a GPA of 1.6 and fails to achieve a D+ grade in at least one subject, he or she will be ineligible for promotion to grade 11.
The result of the SEE examination has become an important part of the life of a student as it determines the educational career path of him/her. We hope you have used our SEE practice materials available on our website before taking SEE examinations.