As we all aware of the news of leaking of the economics paper of the 12th class for the year 2018. So, today we are here to discuss with you all the CBSE class 12th Re-exam datesheet 2018. After so much denial CBSE agreed to conduct the Re-exam for the Economics paper (030) of 12th Class. On March 30, 2018, an official notice has released stating that the economics paper is going to conduct on April 25th, 2018. Also, the re-exam will conduct for all the students except the students residing abroad. To know more check the entire details on our page. Also, refer the below mentioned press note regarding CBSE Class 12th Re-exam Datesheet 2018.
CBSE Class 12th Re-exam Datesheet 2018 – Check Here
Previously, CBSE 12th class economics paper conducted on March 26, 2018. Due to the paper leak before the night of the examination, the economics paper is now going to re-conduct. And the admit card will remain same which is allotted to the students for the previous exams. You can also refer the news of CBSE Re-exam dates announced for more information. Check here CBSE Class 12th Re-exam Datesheet 2018 from the table given below.
|CBSE Class 12th 2018||Important Dates|
|Re-exam Date of Economics paper||25 Apr 2018|
|Old Exam Date of Economics Paper||26 March 2018|
Official Website: www.cbse.nic.in
About CBSE Class 12th Re-exam Admit card
Now, the question arising in the mind of students that there is a re-exam of the economics paper. So, is the admit card will provide to them separately or not? So, the answer to this query is that the same admit card which is previously allotted must carry to the examination hall. Also, the test centre for the examination will remain same. So, students need not worry about their admit card and start preparing for their re-exam of economics paper.
Preparation Tips for 12th Class Economics Re-exam
As you already appear for the economics examination, So now you have the idea of the question paper and the types of the question. So, right now we have no idea that what is the level of difficulty of the upcoming paper. Rather wasting the time on what happened or what is going to happen better to prepare yourself today and do best for the examination. Now, see the below mentioned preparation tips.
- Analyze your mistakes you have done previously and work on it.
- Practice more and more questions in accordance with the syllabus of the subject.
- Solve sample papers as well as the previous year question paper.
- Work on your weaker section and make the schedule according to it.
- Don’t panic and prepare well for the examination.
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