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CUET UG 2022: No retest for those who missed exam due to centre change, says UGC Chairman   

The first day of CUET UG 2022 exam concluded on July 15, with students complaining of change in centres at last minute

Published on 16th July 2022

NEET UG: SC says no retest for students who suffered because of mix-up by invigilator

Setting aside the Bombay High Court's order to conduct the exam for two students, the SC recognised the mistake of the invigilator and expressed sympathy with the students

Published on 12th November 2021

No more waiting for TOEFL retests: ETS does away with 12-day lock-in period for taking retest

The option of taking the test in afternoon sessions which was earlier available in a few countries will now be available worldwide as well 

Published on 4th September 2019

CBSE exam leak: Why not punish the offenders than making the students take a retest? 

The leaking of exam papers is a perennial feature of the Indian exam scene for the last several years, causing much trauma to the students

Published on 8th April 2018

CBSE retest: Centre says it will take a decision soon, students continue to protest

While the Centre contemplates on what to do after the CBSE fiasco, students across the country protested against the decision for a retest and are demanded an early resolution

Published on 30th March 2018

Stop playing hit and trial with our lives: Students gather to protest CBSE paper leak and retest

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police is investigating the alleged leak of Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics papers after registering two separate cases in the matter

Published on 29th March 2018

No one wants to give exams again, we don't even feel like studying: Students react to CBSE retest

Students expressed their strong disappointment over CBSE's move to hold re-test for class X and XII's Maths and Economics paper. Most students feel that it is an added stress on them

Published on 29th March 2018

Kerala University students asked to sit for a retest after authorities 'lose result sheets'

The universities later declared the results of the students based on the old paper but never explained how the blunder happened

Published on 27th March 2018

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