Karnataka SSLC Time Table 2018 has been released online by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB). The timetable for SSCL 2018 is available for download in pdf format at the official website of the Board, kseeb.kar.nic.in. The final timetable for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) 2018 examinations consist of the exam date and day, timings of the exam, subject name, subject code and other necessary information for the candidates. The first exam will be for First Language (Kannada/Telugu/ Hindi/Marathi/Tamil/Urdu/English/Sanskrit) which will be held on March 23, 2018. The exam will end on May 06, 2018. The board will also release Karnataka SSLC Result 2018 after the exams will over. Candidates can check more details regarding the Karnataka SSLC Time Table 2018 in the article below.
Latest: The Board has published the timetable for Karnataka SSLC Exam 2018. Candidates can check the same below.
Karnataka SSLC Time Table 2018
Last year, the exams started on March 30 and the results were declared in May but this year, the exams are being conducted earlier due to Assembly elections. These examinations will be held in two sessions. The forenoon session, which will be from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and the afternoon session that will commence at 2:00 pm and end by 5:15 pm.
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Around 15 extra minutes will be provided to students to read the question paper. The visually impaired students and those with learning disabilities will be provided an extra hour for all the papers.
What to Carry and not to carry on the day of the examination?
The candidates are allowed bring inside the following in the exam center:
- Admit Card for the exam
- Stationary Items
- A Clear Clipboard
The candidates are not allowed to bring the following items:
- Mobile Phone, Digital Watches, Calculator, etc.
- Any valuable items such as a gold ring or chain, etc. The authorities will not be responsible in case of any misplace of any such item.
- Notes, book, guides, formulas, etc.
How to Prepare for the Exam?
- Instead of rushing through the subjects at the last minute, students should plan their schedule right from day one so that it will be easy for them.
- Follow your class lessons properly to cover your syllabus in a systematic manner. The class lessons are probably the first introduction of the topics to you. After coming to the home, revise whatever is taught in the class, as the topics will be still fresh in mind. In case of confusion, clarify with your teacher the next day.
- Try and solve the questions at the end of each topic and also the last ten year papers. If you are stuck, make sure to retry the next day. Don’t hesitate to take help from teachers and seniors, as needed.
- Note down important notes and formulae that you come across during your studies. This will help before the exams as you can just grab the subject notebook and revise the portions you want.
- Highlight important points and formulae on textbooks and reference books so that they can be easily located.
- Do not study anything new or from a new book right before exams, as you may get confused. Revise what you have studied and glance at important notes and formulae. Make note of important formulae and keep them handy so that you can take a look at them as an when you want. Make a weekly revision plan once you have completed the entire syllabus
- Reading newspapers regularly would help improve your language, grammar, and speaking and writing skills.
- Eat healthily and take rest in between the study. Make sure you are also spending some time playing and re-energizing yourself.