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I understand that you have completed your class 10th and now wish to complete your class XII from St. Xavier's Collegiate School.
Please be informed that the cut off percentage in class 10 for admission into class 11 is 60%, however the actual cut off percentage is way beyond 90 percentage and also be informed that admission is based only on merit.
the college releases cut off for 3 boards, i.e,
ISC - Indian School Certificate
CBSE - Central Board for Secondary Education
WB BOARD - West Bengal
The cut off differs from board to board, now it totally depends on which board you belong to, it also depends upon the timings of the college.
Thankyou, i hope it helps, feel free to approach for further queries.
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