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CBSE Class 12 Result 2023-24: Here’s How to Verify, Get Photocopies, or Request Re-evaluation

Feeling anxious after receiving your CBSE Class 12 results? Don’t worry, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) understands that sometimes students might have questions about their marks. This blog post is here to guide you through the process if you’re not satisfied with your CBSE Class 12 score.

Here’s the good news: The CBSE offers options for students to inquire further about their marks. These options include verification of marks, obtaining a photocopy of your evaluated answer booklet, and requesting a re-evaluation of your answers.

Let’s break down each option and what it means for you:

  • Verification of Marks:

This is the first step if you suspect any clerical errors might have occurred during the marking process. Verification involves the CBSE re-checking your marks to ensure accuracy.

  • Obtaining a Photocopy of Your Evaluated Answer Booklet:

If after verification you still have doubts, you can request a scanned copy of your answer booklet. This can help you understand how your answers were marked and identify any potential discrepancies.

  • Re-evaluation of Answers:

If after seeing your answer booklet photocopy, you believe specific questions were marked incorrectly, you can request a re-evaluation. Here, a different examiner will assess your answers for those particular questions.

Important Dates to Remember (Don’t Miss These Deadlines!):

The CBSE has specific windows for applying for each option. Missing these deadlines will mean you won’t be able to utilize that particular service. Here’s a table summarizing the key dates:

Verification of MarksMay 17th, 2024 (Friday) – May 21st, 2024 (Tuesday)Rs. 500 per subject
Obtaining Photocopy of Evaluated Answer BookletJune 1st, 2024 (Saturday) – June 2nd, 2024 (Sunday)Rs. 700 per answer book
Re-evaluation of AnswersJune 6th, 2024 (Thursday) – June 7th, 2024 (Friday)Rs. 100 per question

Important Points to Remember:

  • All applications for verification, photocopy, and re-evaluation must be submitted online through the CBSE website.
  • The fees mentioned above need to be paid online using Credit/Debit Card or Net Banking.
  • Incomplete applications or applications without the processing fee will be rejected.
  • The decision of the CBSE after any re-evaluation process is final and binding.

Here’s How to Apply (It’s All Online!):

The exact steps for applying online will be available on the CBSE website closer to the application dates. However, you can generally expect the process to involve:

  1. Visiting the CBSE website (
  2. Logging in using your roll number and other details.
  3. Selecting the specific service you want to apply for (verification, photocopy, or re-evaluation).
  4. Uploading any required documents (may vary depending on the service).
  5. Paying the processing fee online.
Click Here to Download the Official Notice from CBSE

We recommend checking the CBSE website regularly for the most up-to-date information on the application process.

Additional Tips:

  • Before applying for any service, carefully consider whether verification, photocopy, or re-evaluation is the right option for you.
  • If you’re unsure, it’s best to consult with your teachers or school counselor for guidance.
  • Make sure you have a stable internet connection and all the required documents before starting the online application process.

We hope this blog post has been helpful in explaining your options for addressing any concerns you might have about your CBSE Class 12 results. Remember, the CBSE offers these options to ensure fairness and transparency in the evaluation process.

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