In this Year CBSE Will conducted their Board Exam in the month of March 2019. CBSE released the latest Notification Regarding Board Exam. For the skill set paper will be organized in the last week of February 2019. Once the skill set paper organized then after one week the board exam will starts. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the conducting authority of Board Exam (Class 12th and 10th Standard). The changes will be introduced as per the decision of Delhi High court.
In a previous press release, Delhi High court said to the CBSE that take care of admission, marks, and marks evaluation process.
In Class 10th Board Exam Candidates may have the choice of Selecting Two Papers:
In this year as well the conducting authority may give choice to the students for selecting the two papers. The first Option those who want to select Higher Level Maths and Second Option is whose who want to select Standard level Maths. Candidates need to choose this selection while filling of the Board Exam Form. Candidates can choose among one from these choices, Those who do not want to select higher level mathematics can select standard level mathematics options. Authority will provide these students with only standard level papers.
Note: The major changes in the Class 10th Board exam are that Maths Exam Pattern has changed, Candidates have two test Papers.
The conducting authority will release soon the exam dates for Class 10th and 12th Board Examination.
Quick Preparation Tips:
- Prepare a checklist of the topics where you are not prepared yet.
- Divide your timing for each subject.
- Always make your own notes while you are in your school or while you are coaching institutes.
- Attempt a lot of previous year question papers.
- Whenever you are going for preparation, First start with previous day revision.
- Take the Mock test.
- Take Proper Rest
- Don’t be panic, Always think positive.
Each and every subject have their own importance, for class 12th students they need to prepare at the same time for various competitive entrance examination i.e. JEE Main, NEET, BITSAT, WBJEE, and etc.
It is advised to each and every student that this entrance is important but before these board exam also very important, for appearing in JEE Advanced Examination candidates need to score minimum 75% marks in class 12th examination or either the candidates will be in top 20% of their respective boards.