What You Need To Do If You Fail Your Board Exams 2021-22

May 4, 2021 5 mins read

Hey, most of you may be troubled by this! What happens if you fail the board exams 2020? you must know this, every year a lot of students fail board exams.
And after failing the boards most of them fail to take any decision. So by keeping all those thoughts in mind I am updating this post.
Remember this: You don't need to panic if you fail the board exams 2020-2021.

First, you are not alone, so stop thinking it's wrong or something else, it can happen to anyone.

The point is, how you manage things after that plus if you fail only one subject then you can appear for the compartment exam.
If you fail more than one subject, you still have the chance to appear for a compartment exam. See all the details about the compartment exams.
By looking at the present condition of the world and our country due to COVID-19.
I am confused, how CBSE, ICSE, and other boards are going to conduct the compartment exam, as we see even board exams are also canceled this year.
There are so many questions, and they'll be answered with time.


Some students start panicking and act stupid after getting failed in board exams. And some just take it too seriously that they try to put their lives in danger.
You know all those steps they take, I don't want to mention those here.

I hope you are getting it, what schoolokay trying to say? Do not take any wrong steps because board exams are not that important.
You may be aware of this fact; almost all students drop for preparing for competitive exams or to get into good colleges.
It's a very common trend for students who prepare for JEE (joint entrance exam), NEET, AIIMS, and other similar exams after class 12th.
You can relate to this because they have to stay at home for preparing for the competitive exams, meanwhile, students who failed can do 12th again by filling the private form.
Also, schools like isha foundation school and other organizations, allow their students to complete classes 11 and 12  in 3 years.
This is good because students get a chance to understand things more precisely.
So, don't think you'll be left behind or something else because almost all your friends from class 12 will be taking a drop. Some for preparing for IIT JEE others for additional reasons.


I have seen students give importance to other's opinions too much.  
They value other people's opinions too much, because of that, these people put them in trouble, they just give them wrong guidance about everything.
These toxic people just destroy the minds of students by throwing their toxic advice at them.

What will happen now? You have failed board exams? Your future will be destroyed and many other stupid questions.

Stop listening to these people because they are going to make you feel low. Also, they'll put your morale at stake.
It's not necessary to be sad because a lot of students fail board exams. So it's not a big deal, you need to calm down and then look for other things that you can do now.
You need to think through the situation, what you want to do next and what needs to be done?
All things depend on you.
Remember this there are two kinds of people in this world.

One who is afraid of every problem, and others who can solve every problem they cross.

So you need to decide which one you are?

Suppose you fail class 12 completely? Even In the compartment exam.

If you fail the Compartment exam of class 12th, and you finally fail the class 12th, then you are left with only two options.

1. First, you can continue your class 12 NIOS or Privately.
2.  You can repeat your course again.

According to schoolokay Repeating will be more beneficial for you. Because Doing class 12th, with NIOS and private, creates further problems for you.

Some colleges do not take admission of students who pass from NIOS or as a private candidate.

If you repeat your class 12th you'll get more time to study and get a good chance to develop a grip over your subjects.
Because your class 12th subjects are not only important for class 12th boards they also play a vital role in exams after graduation.
Exams like SBI PO, CDS, CLERK, IBPS, RRB and other competitive exams have class 11th and class 12th math as the main subject.
So need to think through these things. Carefully.

You may be like, it will waste my one year?
You do not need to worry about that because as I explained above a lot of students are completing class 11th and class 12th in 3 years. So you can take a chance as well.

It's totally up to you, what you want to do? You need to be more alarmed about your studies after your class 12th.

Because that will going to decide your future if you are thinking to do something related to your studies.
A lot of students ignore this fact, but your class 11th and class 12th studies play a major role in your higher studies.
That's why you need to be double sure about your class 12th scores.
Also, you need to know this class 12th mark sheet is the entry ticket to one of the best colleges in India.
So don't listen if someone is saying studies are not important.
Because studies are very very important.


Do not think too much regarding what you need to or take any wrong steps, like changing your board and completing your class 12 from another board.

Because these all are wrong steps, if suppose in future you reach a prominent position then all your documents will be checked.

And if they found faulty documents then they surely will not recruit you for that position.

One wrong step can ruin your dream life   @pushpender yadav

So be a good decision-maker.


You are well aware that you will not be getting an excellent job after your class 10th or based on your class 12th results.
But there are some options for you in government jobs after class 10th. These jobs are not going to be highly paid, but they are good to start with.

There is one option you can go for ARMY they also recruit after class 10th, but you only get the lowest rank job, and you know that.

According to schoolokay, you must complete your class 12th because even after getting a job after class 10th.
Because even for getting promoted in these jobs you require to have a decent education. Which implies you need to have at least a Bachelor's degree.
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Pushpender Yadav

Hey! This is Pushpender Yadav man behind schoolokay. I have created this blog to help out a lot of students about their studies and other career stuff.

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