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CBSE Declares Practical Exam Dates for Classes 10 and 12

CBSE Declares Practical Exam Dates for Classes 10 and 12

By Madhurima Sarkar 14th Dec, 2017 06:54 pm

CBSE Declares Practical Exam Dates for Classes 10 and 12

 

Nothing moves as fast as the last days before the exam. Every week and sometimes every day, there are new releases by the Educational Board. Just yesterday, it was about the Marking Scheme, and today, it is about the Practical Exam Dates.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the schedule of Practical and Internal Assessment with its affiliated schools. According to the release, the practical exams for students of Class 10 and 12 would start from 16th January 2018. The dates of the examinations are from 16th January to 25th February 2018. All the affiliated schools are supposed to select dates for the practicals in between the timeline shared by CBSE. Further, the schools are instructed to fill in the practical examination marks on the official website of CBSE by 25th February 2018. A circular was dispatched to all the schools with the instructions to conduct practicals as well as to submit the internal grades for students in Class 10. The answer sheets for the practical examinations of Class 12 have already been dispatched to the schools.

All of this points to your preparation for the board exam. Most likely, CBSE should release the date sheet for the Class 10 and 12 examinations in early January 2018. The tentative date is 10th January 2018, but again, there has been no official confirmation of the same. Sources suggest that due to Holi, the CBSE board exams may start a day or two ahead of 1st March 2018.

So now that the practical exam dates are released, the final stage of preparation begins. If you are in Class 10 or 12, you must start studying seriously now because you need to score high in this board exam. In particular, plan your study timetable and aim to achieve your target. An organised study schedule will help you to stay focused and will make sure that you are not overburdened or bounce your focus someplace else. Finally, make sure that you practise with Board Papers and Sample Papers.

Students in CBSE Class 10 will write their board examinations after a gap of the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) pattern which was introduced in 2009. With your well-thought out strategies, we hope you not only beat your colleagues but also score the maximum marks possible in the coming year!

 

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