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6th February 2015, 10:58 AM
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CBSE or State Board, which is better for Medical aspirant?


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I completed X CBSE from Muscat, Oman. I'm planning to study 11 & 12th in Chennai, Tamil nadu to pursue medicine as a career. Should I choose CBSE or State Board schools to join in Chennai? My aim is to get a medical seat. Some people say it is easy to score marks in State Board than in CBSE. So chances of getting a medical seat is more in state board. Since I will be studying in Chennai for 2 years, do I stand a chance in the state quota? Please help as I'm confused.

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7th February 2015, 10:28 PM
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Since, you have completed your 10th standard from CBSE Board, I suggest you to pursue your 11th and 12th standard from the same CBSE Board. By studying Central Board syllabus in your 11th and 12th standards, you can gain more knowledge than what you will learn in State Board syllabus. And most of the All India competitive examination question papers will be set from CBSE Board syllabus, so, if you opt for CBSE Board, you can easily score good marks in the Medical entrance examination and you can get a seat in a top college for pursuing your higher studies.




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Hi! I'm frm A.P & i've studied state board upto 4th standard & cbse board frm V to IX. But now i'm damn confused to choose state or cbse board for X . Co'z my aim is to get a medical seat. So which is better for Medical aspirant???




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6th August 2015, 10:16 PM
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Should I cbse or state board after grade 10 for getting a medical seat? I studied both in cbse and in state board.by chhosing which I can get a medical for my future study?I very confused please help mee..
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25th October 2015, 04:03 PM
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Default Re: CBSE or State Board, which is better for Medical aspirant?

CBSE stands for central board of secondary education, it is centrally recognized board which comes under the central government.
As you are a medical aspirant then I would prefer to choose CBSE board instead of any state board. Because most of the competitive examinations including medical i.e AIPMT is conducted by CBSE every year. Also the syllabus of AIPMT is according to the prescribed syllabus of CBSE.
So, being a CBSE students will give you an advantage in that. The syllabus of CBSE board and state board are almost same but CBSE board is full of creativity and the students of CBSE board has improved reading and writing skill unlike the students of any state board.

As you are a medical aspirant so, I would recommend to choose CBSE board.
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If i complete my 12th cbse board examination in march 2016, can i write the AIPMT examination in may 2016 or can i write it only on may 2017? Please do answerrr!!!
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I have completed my 10th in CBSE board. this year MEDICAL ENTRANCE is going to enforced again.
Studying in state board will help us to score the medical cut-off and that will be used for entering medicine. but now it is going to be useless.
I had a plan to study in state board. but now I'm so confused.
please give your suggestions...
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29th April 2016, 11:58 AM
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I have completed my 10th in CBSE board. this year MEDICAL ENTRANCE is going to enforced again.
Studying in state board will help us to score the medical cut-off and that will be used for entering medicine. but now it is going to be useless.
I had a plan to study in state board. but now I'm so confused.
please give your suggestions...
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Please give neat not clear information regarding which board is best for 12th std, who studied 10th in icse board with scoredabove 95% n aim to become a doctor.
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I am doing my xth in CBSE board in Maharashtra and thinking for medical seat which board should i prefer to get the medical seat
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3rd November 2016, 12:31 PM
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CBSE is one the best boards in India & its certificate is valid everywhere. I suggest you to complete your school till 12th from CBSE & then get admission in good college to accomplish your goal. You need to opt for PCB after 10th to pursue your career.
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I have completed my 10 CBSE board exams . I am totally confused whether to take state or CBSE & want to go in medical field. Many say that state board is quite easy & you can easily crack it. Can you please.. Help me
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I completed my 10th class in case in AP. My ambition is to become a doctor. Should I study 11th in state or CBSE. But many say AP doesn't have proper CBSE colleges and i can't study 11th in state's except telanga and Andhra please suggest me something.
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15th April 2017, 01:21 PM
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I completed my 10th class in case in AP. My ambition is to become a doctor. Should I study 11th in state or CBSE. But many say AP doesn't have proper CBSE colleges and i can't study 11th in state's except telanga and Andhra please suggest me something.
For medical aspirants my personal suggestion is you should stick to the CBSE school after completion of 10th standard.
Because 11th and 12th are base of medical or engineering aspirants. CBSE provides wide range of topics in proper pattern which can be understood easily. It covers almost all the topics of NCERT which is covered by CBSE in simple language.
There is some good schools which is affiliated to CBSE in AP are given below.
- Swarnandhara international school
- Madina public school.
- B V reddy senior secondary school
- Sri Sri paramhansa yogananda vidyalaya.
- Dr konndabolu laxmi prasad senior secondary school.
- Atkinson senior secondary high school
- KNR Central school
- Edify school
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I have studied in state board till 10th std. Now I'm really confused about which board should I take in 11 & 12 std as I want to pursue medical field. Please do answer!
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18th May 2017, 01:56 PM
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My child is now going to 8th standard, up to 6th he was in CBsc(DAV) syllabus, in 7th i changed school near to my home it is in SSC board, his aim is to become doctor, i have a doubt which syllabus is good to become doctor, in this school ( narayana)they said we have a good syllabus it will be covered all state & cbsc

Please guide me.
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6th June 2017, 11:38 AM
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I have completed my 10 in cbse with 9.8 cgpa I wanted to be selected in neet.... Can you please suggest me which board to choose now. And which is good
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7th June 2017, 11:41 PM
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Hi I have completed my 10th in state board with 9.8gpa as a medical aspirant which board do I choose for getting a 100 below rank in net examination
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I have completed my tenth grade and is confused as to which syllabus to take if I want to pursue medicine.I have heard that state syllabus is light comparatively so that we can concentrate more on the entrance coaching.I also hear that it is best to choose CBSE if trying for NEET Examination. Since the textbook followed by both kerala state syllabus and cbse syllabus is the same I am confused as to which syllabus to take..
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