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What Is The Minimum Pass Mark For Matriculation 10th Exam In Each Subject?in science

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In general, the pass mark for science in most schools is 50 percent; this mark is generally expressed by the letter grade, "D". However, there are schools that are more scholastically demanding of their student body; at certain educational institutions, a higher mark, such as 65 or 70 per cent, may be required. These standards will probably be in effect for all science-related subjects, such as biology, chemistry, and physics. To matriculate, students must learn the exact requirements for their particular schools and meet them in each science subject they take. At this point, if students have passing grades in other subjects, they will be ready to matriculate (to be enrolled on a list for college). In time, a college or university will request a full transcript of marks from high school, including science marks for all science-related subjects.

  • Applying to college

Applying to college is easier when you understand what registrars and admissions boards are looking for; in general, these schools want to see a well-rounded student with good marks, who has proved to be consistent and positive throughout his or her prior years of schooling.

  • Top colleges are demanding

Of course, every college or university is different, and many top schools will expect an amazing GPA (grade point average), as well as volunteer activities, extracurricular activities, and other achievements. For example, the American Ivy League school Harvard, or England's venerable Oxford University, are quite demanding, and they refuse far more students than they take.

It's very smart to learn about the matriculation policies at any school or college; in order to learn more, visit the official websites for universities or colleges, and don't hesitate to contact their admissions staff if you have questions about their policies. The more effort you make beforehand, the better chance you'll have of making your dreams come true by getting into the college that is your very first choice.
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giri kishore answered
In each subject we want to take 35 marks.
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35 marks
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40

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