Bihar Board Sent Up exam 2022 has commenced on October 19, 2021, for the students currently studying in the senior secondary level. The Sent Up examination by the Bihar board is held with the intention of getting an idea if the candidates are ready to take up the Class 12th exam.
The examination although, held in the offline mode but the answer key for all the respective subjects are been released online by different websites. The answer key of the Sent Up exam released by these websites is usually in the form of a PDF file thus making them convenient to download and check. Along with this, several teachers and educators are also providing the solved question papers on their respective Youtube channels.
Candidates who have appeared for the Bihar Board Sent up exam can refer to these unofficial sources to know their performance level. As the answer key comprises the correct answers for all the questions asked in the Bihar Board Sent Up exam. Hence, that shall also prove helpful in calculating the exact marks scored in any of the subjects.
As of now, the exam conducting body, Bihar School Examination Committee, Patna has not notified anything related to if they will be releasing an official Bihar Board Sent up answer key for all the subjects. The candidates are therefore asked to keep a track of the official website for all the updates related to the Sent Up 2022 answer key of BSEC, Patna.
Students who appeared for the Bihar Board Sent Up exam have shared, that the level of the questions asked in the exam was of easy to moderate level. The questions were not at all tricky and most of them have attempted at least 85+ questions in the exam. The questions asked in the Sent up exam were directly based on the syllabus prescribed by the board. All those students who have their exams in the upcoming days, can take note of this review and prepare accordingly.
As per the official board, the Bihar Board Sent Up exam is qualifying in nature. This means, if the marks scored in the Bihar board Sent Up exam is equivalent to the minimum qualifying marks then, the candidate is considered to have passed the exam. While those who fail to touch the minimum mark will be considered to have failed the exam. Also, they shall not be allowed to sit for the annual Intermediate examination yet to be conducted by the board.