CBSE Class XIIth Syllabus Pre- Exam Highlights Sample/Model Papers 2017
The Central Board of Education is responsible for undertaking the exam all over India. The CBSE exam is held in the month of March /April 2017. Candidates who are searching for syllabus and model paper for start preparing the study of 10th/12th examination before. In this web page, we will show you some update regarding the exam and model paper and also about the pre-exam highlights hope this information was useful for candidates of CBSE for preparing the exam of 2017.
CBSE 10+2 Pre Exam Model/Question Paper 2017
- Name of the Board: Central Board of Secondary Education.
- Name of Examination: CBSE 10th/12th 2016-2017.
- Official Website Webpage Portal: http://cbse.nic.in/
- Date Sheet Status: Soon Available.
- Model Paper Status: Available.
The Central Board of Education is responsible for undertaking the exam and pre-exam and also higher education exams in India. This Board has 309 School in 1962 and in today date there are 15799 School as on 15/09/2014 dated including 197 School in 12 countries. There are now more than 1078 Kendriya Vidyalayas and 2482 Government as well Aided School. This is the well-known board of India.
How to Download the CBSE 10+2 Syllabus and Model Paper
- The candidates who are searching for CBSE 10th/12th syllabus and model paper can download it from official website link http://cbse.nic.in/
- Candidates needed to go to this link and search for CBSE 10th/12th syllabus and model paper of 2016-2017.
- After that candidates should see according to their needs and class.
- After that click on the for CBSE 10th/12th syllabus and model paper of 2016-2017.
- Candidates should download it in the form of PDF format and should take print of the syllabus.
The Central Board of Education Pre- Exam Highlights
At this level candidates are given an option for language paper and it would be any one paper and any 4 optional papers are followed. For the candidates who are different in available are given more time for 10th/12th class.
- 60 min extra for the 3hrs exam.
- 50 min extra for a 2hrs exam.
- 30 min extra for a 1hrs exam.
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