CBSE Board Exams 2023: 10th, 12th Date Sheet to be out, check exam date, download date sheet pdf
CBSE Board Exams 2023: CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 board exams are likely to commence from 15 February 2023, as per the previous announcement by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). However, the CBSE datesheet 2023 for class 10 and class 12 board exams has not been released yet. As per the updates from sources, the Board may release CBSE 10th, 12th timetable 2023 soon on the official website – cbse.gov.in.
If we refer to the past trend, the Board usually released the CBSE Board Exam Datesheet at least 75 to 90 days before the start of the examinations. Based on this trend, we expect that the Board may release CBSE Board Exam Datesheet 2023 in the next few days.
When and where to check CBSE Board Exam Date Sheet 2022-23?
The students awaiting for the CBSE Board exam datesheet are advised to keep checking the official website of the Board – cbse.gov.in – for the latest update on the exam dates. Students can also check with their respective schools to get information about CBSE Board Exam Datesheet release date.
How to download CBSE 10th, 12th Datesheet 2023?
Once the CBSE Datesheet 2023 is released on the official website, the students can follow the steps provided below to download and take a printout of the datesheet for further reference:
- Open the official website of the CBSE – cbse.gov.in
- Click on the Notification section
- It will redirect to a new landing page
- Click on the CBSE Datesheet notification based on your class
CBSE Board Exam Datesheet PDF will be displayed online
Download the PDF and also take a printout of the datesheet for further reference
CBSE Board Exam Tips for Students
Though the CBSE Board Exam Dates 2023 has not been announced yet, students should still consider that they roughly have around 2 months for the CBSE Board Exam reparation. Make a timetable accordingly and divide your time based on the subjects. Revise each subject and chapters. Previous year CBSE exam paper analysis trend shows that most of the questions in CBSE Board exams are based on the NCERT textbooks. So, aim to clear and revised complete NCERT syllabus, avoid being selective. Once, revision is done, attempt minimum 1 mock test every day. Analysis your CBSE mock test scores, do the revision as required. Do regular exercise and eat nutritious food keep your body and mind healthy. Remember, if you have prepared well for the exam, nothing can stop you from scoring high marks in CBSE Board exams.