Kerala higher secondary SAY exam from July 25, apply now

Thiruvananthapuram: The ‘Save A Year’ (SAY) improvement exam held by the Directorate of Higher Secondary Education in Kerala would begin from 25 July. The applications could be submitted until 25 June.

Class-12 higher secondary students who didn’t pass any paper or those who didn’t attend the Plus-2 exam after registering for it could take the SAY exam. However, students who passed the Plus-2 exam can only apply for one subject, in order to improve their marks.

The Plus-Two results were announced on Tuesday. A total of 3,02,865 candidates qualified for higher education.

Meanwhile, students could apply at their respective schools for revaluation, scrutiny and to avail the copy of the Plus-2 exam paper. A fee of Rs 500 have to be paid for revaluation.

The fee for getting the copy of the exam sheet is Rs 300 for. It is Rs 100 for scrutiny.

The dates of the ‘SAY’ exam for candidates who took the Vocational Higher Secondary Education Plus-2 examination would be announced later.  

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