Maharashtra Class 10 exams: To begin in 4 days

February 28, 2015

Class 10 exams for candidates appearing for Maharashtra State Board is scheduled to commence from March 3. The exam will be held in two shifts: 11am to 2pm and 3pm to 6pm.

The Maharashtra Class 10 exams will begin with Marathi/Hindi/Urdu/Gujarati/Kannada/Tamil/Telegu/ Malayalam/Sindhi/Bengali/Punjabi and will conclude on March 26 with Urdu/Sanskrit/Pali/Ardhamagadhi/Persian/Arabic/Avesta/Pahlavi/Russian.

The candidates are required to fetch the admit cards from the official website and carry it with them to the exam hall. Candidates found without the admit cards will not be allowed to appear in the test. Many candidates have not been given the admit cards and they are on the verge of losing an academic year.

Candidates should also remember to carry their stationary items along.

With just 3 days left to study for the exam, candidates should study smart now. They should make efficient schedule and should study accordingly. The candidates should practice as many sample papers as possible. This will help them pace up the speed.

Candidates should ensure that they get enough sleep on the night before the exam to avoid drowsiness while sitting in the exam hall. Besides, the candidates should also make it a point to reach the exam centre well in time.


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