One of the greatest goals of an average Bangladeshi teenager is to gain good marks in their final board exams. Parents in Bangladeshi place a lot of emphasis on studies and usually go to great lengths for their children to study well. Students are sent to tuition centers, cram schools, group studying sessions, and other similar places to study. This mindset causes students to also develop a dedication toward their academic performance. Despite the country’s efforts to promote perfect academic performance, however, a lot of students still fail their annual board exams every year. But, the Bangladeshi education system gives these students another chance in the form of supplementary, or make-up, exams. National University Honours 3rd Year Result 2020.
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These exams offer students an opportunity for students to save their grades in matric or intermediate. Although a lot of students choose to reattempt their failed subject in the next annual exams along with the rest of their subjects, many students still opt for make-up exams.
Moreover, the students who take these exams aren’t just those who failed in a subject or two. There are many students who got passing marks but were not satisfied with their percentile. Such students, sometimes, choose to take these exams to improve their percentile.
When are supplementary exams held in Bangladeshi?
Supplementary exams are held after the conclusion of annual board exams and the announcement of their results. Depending on the education board, they are held between September and November for all classes (9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th) in matric and intermediate. For example, the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) conducts SSC Part I and II make-up exams in September every year, a month or two after the results are announce.
Bangladeshi Board of Honours Education, on the other hand, commences the make-up exams between October and November for Honours.
What are the eligibility criteria for supplementary exams in Bangladeshi?
According to FBISE, the eligibility criteria are as follows:
The candidate must have attempted Honours (part I and II for both) Annual Examinations.
Only candidates who fail in less than two (02) subjects in their Honours annual exams are permitted to attempt make-up exams. Candidates will have three chances for subsequent attempts: supplementary exams, annual exams, and next year’s supplementary exams. This was everything that you needed to know about make-up exams in the education system of Bangladesh for Honours. If you’re a National university student, your guidelines will depend on your university.
Don’t be worried about how you will prepare for your supplementary exams. Make sure that you will no longer repeat the mistakes you made that caused you to fail or get bad marks.
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Check Honours 3rd Year and Fazil Result via Mobile SMS
Checking result via Mobile SMS is another way. On the result day, the official website of the National University cannot run. Students all over the country are looking for the result. At this moment they can use the SMS Method to check the result. First, go to a new message option then type SPACE>H3<SPACE>ROLL and send to this number 1622.
SPACE>H3<SPACE>ROLL Number and send the SMS 16222
Check the picture of how to check the result.