CBSE Term-1 board exam starts from November 30, read guidelines on exam day

CBSE Term-1 board exam starts from November 30, read guidelines on exam day

CBSE Term-1 board exam will start from November 30, read here exam day guidelines

CBSE Term-1 Board Exam – PC: My Result Plus

The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE is all set to conduct the first ever examination for class 10 and 12 candidates. Term 1 board exam for class 10th is scheduled to be held from November 30 to December 11 and the major papers for class 12 candidates will be held from December 1 to December 22. If the students receive any kind of information related to the examination, then they should verify its authenticity from the official website of the board-

Term 1 exam will be conducted by the board in Multiple Choice Questions, MCQ format. The exam will be conducted in the candidate’s own school. As per the official notification, examinees will have to fill the OMR sheet with pen as the exam will be conducted in offline mode. Candidates can refer to the official notice released by CBSE for more detailed information. CBSE official website

Exam Pattern & Details

  • The duration of the exam will be of 90 minutes.
  • The reading time for the candidates has been increased to 20 minutes.
  • The exam will start from 11.30 am.
  • Separate sheet will be given to the candidates at the examination center for rough work.
  • Practical examinations in schools will be held till December 23.
  • There will be no external examiner for practical evaluation and schools will conduct the examination along with the concerned school teacher.

exam day guidelines

  • The candidates are required to follow all the COVID-19 guidelines issued by the board.
  • Candidates must reach the exam venue at least 1 hour before the commencement of the exam.
  • Candidates need to carry the admit card to attend the exam.
  • Candidates have to carry blue or black ballpoint pen to fill the answer on the OMR sheet. Candidates should note that use of pencil will be treated as use of unfair means.
  • Candidates should not bring mobile phones, electronic devices, headphones and other electronic gadgets to the examination hall.



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