HSC result 2020 using 25% from JSC result and 75% from SSC result.
As an Example Your JSC result is GPA 3.95 and the SSC result is GPA 3.56 then your HSC Result will GPA 4.00
Make sure that this result is not calculated by JSC and SSC GPA. HSC GPA Calculated on JSC and SSC Subjects Mark.
HSC Auto Pass Mark Calculation
If your JSC English Subject Mark 80 and SSC English Subject mark 72
Your HSC English Mark will 25% of JSC (20) + 75% of SSC (54) = 74
Now your HSC English Mark is 74 by result determination policy. You need to follow all the subjects, Mark, with this calculation method. If you have a subject on HSC but that is not present in JSC then SSC Marks 100% will count as HSC Mark on that specific subject.
HSC 2020 result determination policy:
Number obtained in any subject in HSC = (JSC marks × 25%) + (SSC marks × 75%)
Example: If a student’s marks in English in JSC and SSC are 70 and 90 respectively, then the marks obtained by that student in English in HSC will be = (70 × 25%) + (90 × 75%) = 17.5 + 67.5 = 85 marks.
If the subject of HSC is not in JSC but in SSC, then the number of that subject in HSC will be equal to the number obtained in SSC.
Example: If a student gets 75 marks in SSC Physics then that student will get 75 marks in HSC Physics.
If any subject of HSC is not in both JSC and SSC examinations, then the number of HSC with 25% and 75% marks will be determined from the subject number of JSC and SSC related to that subject respectively.
Even if someone gets GPA-5 in both JSC and HSC exams, if the GPA-5 has an additional subject and practical exam numbers attached to them, their GPA-5 in HSC may change.
Example: Suppose a student gets GPA-5 in both JSC and HSC exams, where his GPA is 4.63 except for optional subjects. But in HSC subjects (JSC marks × 25%) + (SSC marks × 75%) this formula is applied and if his result is not GPA-5 except for extra subjects, then GPA will be determined by adding extra points of 2 extra subjects. . In that case the student will not get GPA-5 in HSC if he/she lacks the required points in the additional subject.
The above principles will also be followed in improving the quality of any student. In that case, if there is no improvement, the student’s previous HSC points will be increased. Example: Suppose a student’s grade point in HSC 2019 in Bangla 3. He has filled the form in HSC 2020 for improvement in that subject. Even after following the policy, if there are 3 points in that subject in 2020, its points will be increased, that is, the quality of that subject will be improved.