The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education has announced the recounting/retotaling of SSC-I annual exams 2021 papers. Candidates who want to request recounting and retotaling must submit an application form in accordance with the guidelines given by the board authorities, according to the notification published by the board authorities.
Application Form Submission
The deadline for submitting the application form is November 21, 2021, and any forms submitted after that date will not be considered by the federal board authorities. The FBISE 9th class result 2021 was released on November 2nd, and the board has now notified applicants about the recounting procedure if they are unhappy with their results in the 9th class annual test 2021. Candidates will get their documents twenty days after the fee has been verified and the application form has been submitted in its entirety.
Papers are recounted and totaled
The FBISE has given candidates guidelines on how to recount and total their papers. The applicants’ answer books will not be re-evaluated under any circumstances. The recounting committee will ensure that there is no error in the grand total on the title page of the answer book and that the total of different sections of the question has been accurately produced at the conclusion of the question. Furthermore, if all of the totals on the title page of the answer book have been properly brought forward and no section of any answer has been left unchecked, the total marks in the answer book will be compared to the mark sheet. In the event that the marks change, the applicants will get amended result cards.