CBSE class 10 exam date 2020 has been confirmed by CBSE officials. Exams are going to commence from February 15. While CBSE 10th Date Sheet 2020 is going to be available from the first week of January confirmed by board chairperson Anita Karwal. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) release the class 10 date sheet its official website- cbse.nic.in. While a direct link to download CBSE date sheet 2020 will be provided on this page once it is available. In addition, class 10th practical exams are going to conduct from January 01 to February 07, 2020. You can check more details regarding CBSE Class 10th Exam Date 2020 here.
CBSE Class 10 Exam Date 2020
CBSE is going to conclude the exams a bit earlier for this year than before. Also, the exams for the main subject will be conducted first followed by the vocational subjects. This year a total of 21,64,367 students have registered for class 10 board exams. Last year CBSE 10th date sheet was announced on December 23. Now, a final wait is going on for CBSE class 10 exam date 2020. To know the important dates check the table below.
|CBSE Class 10 Exam Date 2020||Important Date|
|Avalabilty of the Date sheet||1st week of Jan 2020|
|Start Date of Exam||15 Feb 2020|
|End Date of Exam||Mar 2020|
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CBSE Class 10 Exam Date 2020: Past 5 Years Release Date
What would be the release date for the year 2020? Students appearing for the upcoming exams are eagerly waiting for their final date sheet. So, here we are with the past five years CBSE 10th exam dates and the release date. Check this from the table below.
|Year||Date Sheet Release Date||Exam Date|
|2019||23 Dec 2018||21 Feb- 29 Mar|
|2018||10 Jan 2018||05 Mar- 04 Apr|
|2017||09 Jan 2017||09 Mar – 28 Mar|
|2016||03 Jan 2016||01 Mar – 28 Mar|
|2015||07 Jan 2015||02 Mar – 26 Mar|
As of the last year, CBSE is keep on changing its exam pattern. And practical and pre-board 2020 dates have been announced. So, it is expecting that CBSE class 10 exam date 2020 to be announced soon. Expectedly by the end of November.
How To Check CBSE Class 10 Exam Dates 2020
Students can follow the easy steps given below for downloading the CBSE Class 10 Date Sheet 2020.
1st Step – Firstly, visit the official website. To do so, you can click on the link provided on the page.
2nd Step – After this, you will be redirected to the home page of the official website.
3rd Step – On this page, you need to navigate and click on the link of the “CBSE Class 10 Date Sheet 2020”.
4th Step – Once you will click on the link, a new page with time table pdf will appear on the screen.
5th Step- You can check the exam dates and download the same for future purposes.
CBSE Class 10 Exam Date Sheet 2020
The expected date sheet for the year 2020 is provided below with the list of the subjects. The final and updated CBSE 10th date sheet 2020 be provided as per the official announcement.
|Subject Name||Exam Date|
|Info Technology||Mar 2020|
|Home Science||Mar 2020|
|Foundation of It|
info. and Comm. Tech
|Social Science||Mar 2020|
CBSE 10th Syllabus 2020 – Check
Syllabus plays an important part while preparing for the exams. So, students noted down your important topics as prescribed by CBSE. Class 10th syllabus for the academic year 2019-20 is available on its official website in a pdf format. In addition, CBSE has noticed that in the NCERT books the content in the box has mentioned not applicable for assessment/ exams. However, CBSE has cleared this out that student going for 2020 exams need to prepare content topics also. As the questions also get framed from them.
Class 10th Sample Paper and Marking Scheme 2020
Before appearing in the exam, the students should be aware of the marking scheme and the type of questions which come in the exam. CBSE has released the sample papers and marking scheme for the students appearing in class 10th exams. You can follow simple steps given below to download the sample papers and marking scheme.
Step.1- Firstly, click on the link given on the page to download the sample papers and marking scheme.
Step.2- After this, you will be redirected to a new page with a list of sample papers and marking scheme for all the subjects.
Step.3- The students need to click on the SQP and MS of the desired subject.
Step.4- Once you will click on the link, a new page with the desired pdf will appear on the page.
Step.5- You can check and download the same for future purposes.
Who Can Appear For CBSE 10th Examinations 2020?
CBSE 10th exams Feb/ Mar/ Apr 2020 are not only valid for the freshly appeared students. But also for those students who
- Declared fail in 2019
- Got Compartment In July 2019
- Got Compartment in main exams 2019 and not appear for compartment exams in 2019
- passed in 2019 and want to improve their performance in two or three subjects.
- passed in 2014 and want to appear for the exam in Additional Subject.
Admission In CBSE For Students Outside India
Students from outside India desire to attain admission in CBSE board need to fulfill some basic criteria. Such as having the certificate of the previous school/ board. Student must completed the regular course of study. Along with this, the principal of school need to submit the documents to the board with his/ her recommendation with complete details. After this, CBSE issues the eligibility certificate to the student only after being satisfied that the pattern and the examination passed by the students is equivalent to the classes held by the board.
CBSE 10th Examination Pattern 2020
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) plans to make slight changes in the pattern of the board exams. From this year CBSE has included the practical exams in all subjects from this year. Hence the practical exams will be of 20 marks each while the theory paper will be of 80 marks. Along with this, there would be more objective type questions. it means that the descriptive type questions have been reduced this year. Previous year most of the students found their paper easy but at the same time lengthy. Thus, from this year CBSE plans to include more MCQs in the entire paper.
How to Prepare for the Board Examination
Time Table – After the release of the dates its time to buckle up and start the preparation. Starting with a time table which can help you in utilizing and dividing your time in between the subjects. arrange your time table keeping in mind two things, subjects you have stronghold and subjects that have less time to prepare during the examinations.
Start with the Curriculum – NCERT books are the first choice that comes to mind while preparing for the examination. students can take the help of the other books but after finishing the assigned CBSE books. finish the subjects according to the syllabus issued by the CBSE.
Help Books – Students likes to take help of the Help books there is no hiding. But in this there are some help books that are way better the others. this small bunch of good books help students to prepare for the examination as well in practice check some of those books below:
- Maths – by the RD Sharma
- Science – by Lakhmir Singh and Manjit Kaur
- English – Golden guide
- Hindi- Golden guide
- S.S.T- by Dwarka Nath Kundra and B.S. Bawa.
Healthy Diet and Rest– Students needs to take of themself while preparing the examination. Remember you can only appear in the exam if you are alright and for that students need to maintain a healthy diet with lots of green food and proteins. Students need to take breaks in between their studying schedule as well as an 8-hour sleep.
Revision- Students need to also look into the previous year exam paper as well as the sample papers for the revision of the subjects. It happens that the questions from the previous year get repeated.
Some Important Points Regarding CBSE 10th Examination
- Students need to be passed in middle school examination (8) and need to have a two year gap in between this and secondary examination.
- Students need to be passed from a recognized board in class 9 examination and there should be a one year gap in this and thier secondary exxamination.
- Only those students will be eligible for the CBSE examination who has been a “Regular Candidate” of their schools.
- For appearing in the examination of class 10th, students needs to fill the application of the examination.
- CBSE board requires students to follow “a regular course of study” in which you have to have a 75% attendance.
Official Website – cbse.nic.in
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