Crucial decision follow your Plus 2 Boards If winter comes, can the Class X and XI final Board Exams be behind? Every February and March you see young girls and boys aged 16 to 18, burning the night lamp with hours and hours of hard work, getting ready for the first big hurdles in their lives – the Board examinations. They are nervous and tense as they wait with bated breath the day the ordeal begins. But there is excitement and a hidden sense of happiness too, specially for those who worked sincerely and regularly. Because the Plus 2 Boards
Mr. A.Chakraborty, Principal of Royal Academy, Matigara, Siliguri gave his opinion on How to prepare for CBSE Class 12 Board Exams. According to him, it is beneficial to go through the available sample papers on the internet and prepare questions and answers from there and also understand the marking scheme and duration of exam so that students can have an idea about time management. Moreover there is a wide variety of questions from where students can get to know about the pattern of learning that is required to score well in those subjects.
This is for all the class 12 students out there! Since countdown for your class 12 board exam have begun, this can be a difficult and stressful time for you. So in order to keep up with the exam pressure, we have come up with a way to motivate you for scoring well in your exam and think beyond it.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the dates for its Class X and XII exams in 2014. The Board exams for CBSE Class 12 exams will begin on March 1, with English core, elective and functional. The physics exam will be held on March 5 and the mathematics paper is on March 20. The exams will be over by April 17, like last year.
ISC is a private non-Governmental board of School Education in India. It conducts two examinations in India which is the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and the Indian School Certificate (ISC). The Indian School Certificate (ISC) for Class 12. A student usually attempts this examination after first completing the ICSE in Class 10, although the completion of an equivalent level of education from a recognized board is normally sufficient.