Junior School Certificate
The Junior School Certificate, also known as JSC, is a public examination taken by students in Bangladesh after successful completion of eight years of schooling. It is followed by Secondary School Certificate (SSC).
Many students are doing better in this exam. Before this was only a vocational exam and not must be given exam. Since 2011 JSC is being taken in full Creative (locally Srijonshil) questions. It is said that JSC was also introduced so that the poor and destitute people of rural part of the country can do well in the exam; examinees are allowed to retake the exams with other regular examinees the following year if they fail.
Mark Distribution System
The Education Boards of Bangladesh has provided the Result based on GPA (Grade Point Average), which depends on each Subject average Grade Point (GP). If you score 70 (Seventy), Marks will count as GP 4.00 and if 69 (Sixty Nine) Marks, it will count GP 3.50. For better understanding , the marks distribution chart is provided below. Note: All Bangladeshi public Exam Result Publish with this GPA Method.
|Marks Range||Grade Point (GP)||Letter Grade|
|0 To 32.5||0.00||F|
|33 To 39||1.00||D|
|40 To 49||2.00||C|
|50 To 59||3.00||B|
|60 To 69||3.50||A-|
|70 To 79||4.00||A|
|80 to 100||5.00||A+|
- Secondary School Certificate (SSC)
- Higher Secondary (School) Certificate (HSC)
- General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
- "Central Data Catalog". unesco.org. Retrieved 14 July 2015.
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