The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Malakand has recently announced the re-totaling results for the SSC 1st Annual Exams 2023. The announcement comes a few weeks after the initial results were declared.
The re-totaling process was initiated in response to requests from students who were dissatisfied with their original scores. These students were given the opportunity to apply for re-totaling of their obtained marks in both the 9th and 10th class examinations.
BISE Malakand Matric 1st Annual Exams Re-Totaling Result 2023
The candidates who applied for re-totaling can now access the latest updates on their results. To do so, they are advised to visit the official website of the Malakand board where the re-totaling result has been made available online.
This move is part of BISE Malakand’s commitment to ensuring transparency and fairness in the examination process. It allows students to have their papers reviewed and marks recalculated if they believe there has been an error in the initial marking.
The re-totaling results for the BISE Malakand SSC 1st Annual Exams 2023 were officially released on October 11th, 2023. This announcement is expected to bring closure to students who had been anxiously waiting for the outcome of their applications.
BISE Malakand SSC 1st Annual Exams Re-Totaling Result 2023
In addition to the re-totaling results, the website also provides information about top colleges and schools in Pakistan, merit calculators, and other educational news. Students are encouraged to regularly check the website for updates and important announcements related to their academic journey.
It’s worth noting that the re-totaling process is not an opportunity for re-evaluation or re-checking of the answer sheets. Instead, it is a procedure to ensure that all answers have been marked and that the calculation of the total marks is accurate.
The BISE Malakand continues to strive for excellence in providing quality education and fair assessment for all its students. The board remains committed to addressing student concerns and ensuring that all examination processes are carried out with utmost integrity and transparency.