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26th April 2017, 05:29 PM
shinde harsh
 
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Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?


My child (aged 12 ) recently given exam of 7th std, as we can not afford school fees of 3 years, so it is possible to give exam of 10th standard? If my child is eligible then he can prepare best for 10th standard no matter howsoever difficult it is.




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26th April 2017, 09:29 PM
Saikiranreddy47475
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Default Re: Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?

No, it is not possible to give 10th standard examination directly after completion of your 7th standard even if you can't afford the school fees. To be eligible to give 10th standard examination, you should have passed 9th standard or an equivalent examination from a recognized board. In case, if you are interested to pursue your 8th, 9th and 10th standard and think that school fees are not affordable then, I suggest you to pursue your studies from Government school, so, that there is no need to pay school fees and you can complete your studies.




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27th April 2017, 12:53 AM
rachna sarswat
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Default Re: Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?

No, it's not possible to give the exam of 10th directly after 7th standard. If you can't afford the school fees then you can take admission in a government school or your son can give the exam as a private student or he can give the exam from National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS). But please don't spoil his future and let him study. Thanks




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27th April 2017, 12:24 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?

Yes, your son can write the 10th board exam. But when he writes the exam, he must completed age of 14. And your son only can write exam through private tutorial institution.
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17th August 2019, 09:21 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?

As my daughter studied 2 times in 8 but she is not failed she passed in 8 but as my daughter came from the state board so in other school they said that the won't take state children in CBSE school so she should be in 10 class but she is in 9 so can she can write direct boards exam after completing 9 final exam
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4th July 2020, 01:19 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?

Can student give exams of 8th, 9th, 10th without taking admission in school.
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30th July 2020, 06:14 PM
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Default Re: Is it possible to give 10th standard exam directly after 7th standard if school fees is not affordable?

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Can student give exams of 8th, 9th, 10th without taking admission in school.
---NO,You can not write grade 8,grade 9,grade 10 exam without getting
admission in school.yes can be promoted to next grade except 10 grade .

--During admission process,admin need to send the documents of the students to the Concerned Board which will be useful for the Board .

--yes,due to health issues,tournament or some issues he need not to come to school,but admision is must.
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