If you’ve been working in India and have been told by your employer to take the IB exam on a laptop, then you might want to take a look at this article to understand why.
Read More : “A lot of people think that the students are wasting their time, but we have a lot of students who are doing it on laptops because they don’t have the time to take an exam on paper,” said R.K. Kulkarni, president of the National College Council of India (NCCI).
The students, many of whom are in their 20s and 30s, have started to ask for their exams on tablets or smart phones.
“The examiners have to be very careful with what they ask students to do.
They have to take into account their mental state,” he said.
In some states, there is no exam board at all, meaning they have to follow instructions from their teachers, who are not required to take tests on paper.
In other cases, teachers are asked to take students’ results and report back to the school board.
A student’s teacher will then submit the results to the examination board.
The result will then be forwarded to the central office for further action, said Kulkazhi.
If you have questions about the IB exams, you can contact your state’s exam board.