The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) organizes the board exam for class 10th and 12th every year. Usually, CBSE conducts the board examination in the month of March but in 2019 the exam for class 12th was started in February.
The educational session for the CBSE students has been started and students of class 10th and 12th are already in the pressure of ‘Board Exam’. This made them curious to know about the date sheet of the board exam for class 10th and 12th. Here we have compiled the detail about CBSE class 10th and 12th exam 2020 Date sheet and Preparation tips.
CBSE Board Exam 2020- Exam Schedule
CBSE organized the board exam 2019 for class 10th and 12th comparatively earlier this year as the first exam for class 12th was conducted in February’19. Students of class 10th and 12th from CBSE board are expecting that for this session also the exam will start earlier. If the board will decide to plan the CBSE Data Sheet 2020 like 2018-19 session and exam for class 12th will start from February 2020 onwards then the students will have only 8 months left to face the board examination. The board exam 2019 for class 10th started on 7th March.
CBSE Date sheet 2020 for board exams will be released by the board in December 2019 but the students will have to start their preparation for the exam before it. Students can download the CBSE Date Sheet for class 10th and 12th Exam 2020 from the official website of CBSE boards.
For class 10th 2018-19 CBSE announced the exams for vocational subjects from 15th February 2019 and exam for core subjects was started from March 2019 onwards. The board had wrapped up the Board exam for class 10th in the first week of April 2019. For class 12th the board exam was started from the first week of February and ended up by the second week of April.
If we talk about the expected dates of CBSE board exam then this time also the board will organize the exam like previous session 2018-19 and date sheet for CBSE board exam 2020 will be similar to the previous session.
Students from class 10th can expect to have the board exam from the first week of March 2020 whereas the students from class 12th will have to face their board exam in February 2020. We will update you soon with the CBSE Date Sheet 2020 meanwhile we would suggest you to start your preparation for the board exam.
How to Download the CBSE Date Sheet for Board exam 2020
The board will upload the CBSE Date sheet 2020 on its website. CBSE also release a circular to inform the educational institutes about the release of Date Sheet. Here are the steps that you will need to follow to download the Date sheet for CBSE class 1oth and 12th exam 2020.
Step 1: Visit the official website of CBSE, http://www.cbse.nic.in/ and click on the “Click For Website” option.
Step 2: Click on the navigation bar at the home page and now click on the examination option given on the website.
Step 3: A new page will open and it will be having the date sheet of class 10 and 12 boards’ examination.
Step 4: Download the CBSE Date Sheet for class 10th and 12th for 2020 examination and take its printout.
Once you get the Date sheet for board exam then you should change your study routine and start focusing on the subjects which are still left to study. We would advise you to read the syllabus thoroughly and do your preparation accordingly to score good marks in the CBSE Board exam 2020 for class 10th and 12th.
The competition level is increasing every year in the CBSE board exam and board exams demand focused and smart preparation from the students. As a student when you are already under pressure of board exam then some expert tips can be very beneficial for in the preparation of the exam. So let’s know about them.
Preparation Tips For CBSE Board Exam 2020 From Toppers
CBSE 2019 result for class 12th was released in May and the first two toppers scored 499 out of 500. In class 10th of CBSE board exam, the numbers are the same as topper scored 499 marks out 500.
Mehak Talwar scored 3rd Rank in the CBSE class 12th exam and she gave the credit of her huge success to the hard work she has done for the preparation. According to her, it is important to revise what you studied in the class on a daily basis. She also mentioned that it’s important to take breaks from the study to energize your mind. Her study period is 4-5 hours daily apart from school time.
Hansika Shukla, CBSE topper with 2nd rank in class 12th board exam said that her consistency to studies has helped her to achieve the huge success in the board exams.
Here we have compiled a few tips taken from the different interviews of CBSE Board Exam 2019 toppers. You can also include them in your studies to score well in the board exam.
- All the toppers of CBSE board exam either for class 10 or 12 have started their preparation from day 1.
- The toppers have also mentioned in different interviews that they didn’t use social media much and have used it and internet in a controlled manner.
- Board exam has become a synonym of pressure and few toppers also said that they felt the pressure to perform well in the exam but they never get scared of it and handle it with a positive attitude.
- All the toppers said in different interviews that they loved their subjects in 10+2 and they have their future plans to study one of the core subjects they had in class 12th.
- The study time of toppers was 4-5 hours to 6-7 hours based on their capacity. Time management plays an important role in the preparation for board exams. As CBSE class 10 topper Shivani says that the number of hours doesn’t matter in the preparation all that matters is how you have studied so that you will not forget that part of your syllabus.
The Bottom Line
The students from CBSE class 10th and 12th may be under pressure because of board exam but if they want to perform their best in the board examination, they will have to get rid of this board exam phobia. Do not wait for the CBSE class 10th and 12th Date Sheet 2020 to start your preparation and start it right now to score good marks in the exam.
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