Nepal's FIRST online calculator to calculate the 'Grade Point Average' from all subjects!
You will find the FREE download of the Android version here!
Here you can check your SLC results:
Type 'slc' and space and your symbol number - and send sms to 1600.
Example: Type 'SLC 0201382D' (without quotes) and send it to 1600
Type 'slc' and space and your symbol number - and send sms to 5001.
Example: Type 'SLC 0201382D' (without quotes) and send it to 5100
IVR System (From landline PSTN and CDMA phones).
Dial 1600 and follow the instructions.
The good news is: No, you cannot fail in S.L.C. exams any more.
But the bad news is: Your grades can be so low, that no college will accept you for 10+2 studies.
That means, if your aim is to study 10+2 at a college, but you have very low grades, then you have failed to reach your 'college target' (but you didn't fail in your S.L.C. exam as such).
Low grade points mean, you have only the option to go for vocational education.
High grade points mean, you have all options open, including higher studies at a college
Re-exams are optional. *You* decide if you want to attend a re-exam or not.
You only attend re-exams if you want to improve your grade points - since you have passed already.
If you have 1-2 subjects with D or E, you can attend the re-exams one month after the S.L.C. results came out.
If you have more than 2 subjects with D or E, you can attend the re-exams a year later. Detailed guidelines are currently under Governmental development.
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Here you can download (click the left icon) or view (click the right icon) some info sheets.
What will you do after SLC, after you have received your results with the grade sheet?
You either can go for vocational training, for certificate courses, for Diploma studies or, for studies in classes 11 and 12.
My recommendation: If you want to go for further studies, go for one of the first 8 options. A-Level is regarded as quite challenging due to its Western learning style, same as IB. Please check if the "NIOS Indian Board" and the "American Board" are really recognized later on! The majority of students go for 10+2 (one of the first 4 options).
If you are not interested in further studies (Bachelor, Masters,...) and if you want to do something more practical, then you can go for Diploma courses. Or, even more practical are Certificate courses and most practical the vocational courses.
Here are some selected options you can choose from:
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