Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has released the Gujarat SSC and HSC General Time Table 2018. The time table is available for those candidates who will appear for HSC and SSC General March Examination. The Board has published the time table in pdf format at its official website, gseb.org. It is important that the students should be well aware of the exam routine. As per the time table, the first exam for SSC is due on March 12, 2018, and will be for the First language. The examinations for HSC will be conducted from March 17 to 28, 2018. The candidates can check more information regarding the GSEB SSC and HSC General March Time Table 2018 in the article below.
GSEB SSC and HSC General March Time Table 2018
Both the exams are staring in the month of March 2018, however, the timings for SSC and HSC March examination are different. The exam for SSC will be conducted from 10:30 AM to 01:45 PM, whereas for HSC it will be held from 03:00 PM to 06:15 PM. Students can check complete time table for SSC and HSC March examination from below
Candidates should note that the HSCE time table is now available for the old, as well as, the new scheme. So, do take care while checking and ensure that it is for your paper only.
How to Prepare for Gujarat Boards Examination
Candidates can use the below given tips and tricks to prepare well for the exam.
Set a Routine – Every successful person has a routine which they follow, be it a swimmer, a fighter, a businessman, or the President. Hence, it is important for you to prepare a time table and work according to it. Making a time table does not mean that the candidate should not have any leisure time. Rather, it means that should be a balance. So, make a time table for your self and a set a habit for studying every day.
Make Note – Notes are always helpful. Half the work is done while making it because when it is written, it is remembered better. Then during the revision phase, candidates can easily use these to revise.
Revision is Important – Coming to revision, most of the candidates do not give much importance to it. Just because you are done with one topic does not mean that the work is over. Our memory fades with time, hence, it is important to refresh stuff. Especially at the last moment, it is advised that instead of working on a new topic, the candidates revise the already done chapters.
Group Study and Solo Study – It will be wrong to comment whether the group study is better or solo study. For some, the group study works, whereas, for others studying alone is more beneficial. The candidates should try both and see what works the best. Choose that which is most beneficial, without peer pressure.
Stop Procrastination – The biggest enemy of the student is procrastination. If you have planned a thing to be done at the moment, then do not stop until it is done. There is no point in shifting the work for next moment.
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