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Changing school after 10th is quite a common scenario these days. You can definitely do the same, if you are willing to do so.

Normally students change school if they are getting a steam of their choice in some other school or if they are not satisfied with their present school. But remember that the teachers of the school are very important. The better the faculty the better the school is.

The school that one is changing should be the one that you can adjust in easily. With changing school one will have to adapt to the new environment that sometimes might be difficult for the person. It can lead to a lot of emotional disturbances also, making it difficult for the student to concentrate on his or her studies.

So whatever decision you take, it should be taken with caution.
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No never it is not so. contact a school you want to take admission upon and then follow the guide lines instructed by them.... ► Read more
Yes you can definitely change your school after 10th provided you have the desired percentage that is asked by the school that you are opting for.... ► Read more
Hi,

You would be asked to finissh your 12th standard with maths and science as main subjects to pusue bachelors in Nursing in canada.. You would be asked to write IELTS and the score should be 6.5.....  

Also the nursing courses in Canada will have limited seats for international students. So you have much competition and make sure your  academics are really good.

All the Best!...
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Government of India focuses a lot on the education of girl child.
Hence a lot of scholarship scheme for girl child has been introduced by the Central Govt. which is available in all central boards. It is though implemented at different levels.
State boards also have such schemes depending on whether the state Govt. has introduced some sort of provision or not.
Girls who are the only child of their parents get the maximum scholarship.
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You will have to go to that school for admission and follow the procedure, you should have the required percentage in order to get admission in the particular school you want to take admission upon.... ► Read more
Most schools demand an entrance test to be qualified to be admitted to class 11th. However changing school at 10th standard does not have this condition. Schools usually admit based on previous performances especially your 10th grade marks.

As giving board is not compulsory now and has become optional for the students. But you will have to give your boards exams to change your school. The marks that you score in your boards will allow you to get admission in some other schools.

But you should keep in mind that you should go into a good school only.
But remember that the teachers of the school are very important. The better the faculty the better the school is.

The school that one is changing should be the one that you can adjust in easily. With changing school one will have to adapt to the new environment that sometimes might be difficult for the person. It can lead to a lot of emotional disturbances also, making it difficult for the student to concentrate on his or her studies.

So changing school is not always a feasible option and should be taken with caution.
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Changing of school will not hamper your studies if you are clear with your concepts and regular with your studies. All that is needed is a bit of hard work and extra efforts since adapting to changes takes time.

Most schools are based on the same pattern with almost same syllabus. Hence it should not be a problem.
The two most important things that one should keep in mind are:

• Whichever school or board you choose to go in remember that the teachers of the school are very important. The better the faculty the better the school is.

• The school that one is changing should be the one that you can adjust in easily. With changing school one will have to adapt to the new environment that sometimes might be difficult for the person. It can lead to a lot of emotional disturbances also, making it difficult for the student to concentrate on his or her studies.

If these two things are fulfilled then you need not worry and can easily go about changing your school.
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Yes you can change your school and your board after your 10th standard. You cannot change it after your 9th standard as the school authorities do not take admission in 10th standard. But if you are willing to change your school or board after your 10th i.e. in your 11th class you can easily do so.

You will have to give your board exam to do the same. As board exams have become optional i.e. it depends on the student if he wants to give the exam or not. But it is compulsory to give your board exam to change your school or board.
Whichever school or board you choose to go in remember that the teachers of the school are very important. The better the faculty the better the school is.

The school that one is changing should be the one that you can adjust in easily. With changing school one will have to adapt to the new environment that sometimes might be difficult for the person. It can lead to a lot of emotional disturbances also, making it difficult for the student to concentrate on his or her studies.
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You should study hard without taking other things into consideration then only you will be noticed by good people and you will get good company.... ► Read more
It is difficult to say as to which one of them is better i.e. open school or regular school. Each has its own merits and demerits.
While regular option is still considered as a better one because of its exposure and environmental factors that are provided to students. One studies regularly when going to a regular school.
Open school is beneficial for those who have a good education background at home and lacks access to good schools or who cannot afford a regular school.
But it would be suggested that one should try and pursue his studies through regular school at least till 12th class.
Open schools is though better than not continuing your studies at all.

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