“Confused between CUET and Plus Two”, says ICSE Topper Kanishka Mittal


Meet ICSE Top Kanishka Mittal

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CISP result 2022: Kanishka Mittal from Lucknow passed the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Class 10 Examination 2022 with 499 points (99.80%). Although satisfied with her performance, Ms Mittal now faces a dilemma whether to focus on the Indian School Certificate (ISC) Class 12 Examination or the Central Universities Entrance Test (CUET UG 2022). “Although I focus on board exams, friends and teachers suggest giving more attention to CUET as it will be the deciding factor in college admissions. I will prepare both side by side as I I also have vocational courses in mind,” Ms Mittal said. said. ICSE 10th Result 2022 (Out) Live

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Ms. Mittal took humanities plus two for her love of subjects like history. As for career goals, she has two options in mind – Law and Bachelor of Arts (BA). “Besides the board exams, I will prepare for the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and the Common Universities Entrance Test (CUET UG 2022). LLB, otherwise the BA (History),” she said. His subject combination at ISC will be English, Psychology, Economics, Legal Studies, History, and Physical Education.

Regarding her success strategy, Ms Mittal said that self-study, consistency and guidance from teachers helped her do well on the plus two exam. “The study material provided by the school is sufficient, apart from that, I practiced the sample papers and previous years’ papers thoroughly. I maintained consistency in my study and did not taken outside advice,” said the 15-year-old student. from City Montessori School, Kanpur Road, Lucknow.

She studied for the ICSE 2022 exam during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it did not affect the studies. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, YouTube was both for entertainment and education purposes. I took a few courses on YouTube,” Ms Mittal said. But unlike most of her generation, she is not present on any social media platform – Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Whenever she leaves her busy study schedule, Ms. Mittal plays badminton and her role model is PV Sindhu. She also likes to read books. This year, four students shared the first places in the ICSE exam, class 10, the passing percentage was 99.97%.


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