Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) Board has announced the ICSE 10th Exam Time Table 2018.
Students who are pursuing 10th class in CISCE affiliated schools of India can check the timetable below. All the students can download the exam schedule from their website www.cisce.org. The Council also released a notification regarding “Change of Pass Mark Criteria for the ICSE & ISC Examinations“.
ICSE exam Schedule
The board released the date sheet. Also, the pdf format of the same is given below for downloading purposes. The candidates should check the official website for further information. Download the PDF version here.
Time Table of ICSE Year 2018 Examinations –
The examinations will begin from 26th February, 2018 with Eglish language paper and will end on 28th March with environmental science paper.
ICSE Class 10 General Tips:
The preparation for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE), for most students, is akin to face a wild tiger. Conducted by the Council of Indian School Certificate Examination, this exam is not that tough as you think if you work smartly. Here we are sharing with you some exam tips that might be helpful for you:
1. Plan a Schedule and Follow it: The most crucial part of your ICSE Class X preparation is your schedule. Ask teachers the time you need to spend on each topic and concept and then plan a timetable in such a way that you are able to finish your preparation months before the exam. Also, take into account the ICSE marking scheme while preparing your timetable.
2. Make a list of derivations, formulae and experiments especially for the science subjects, like- Mathematics, Physics, and Accountants and revise the same as and when required.
3. Once you are done with the syllabus, try solving questions from sample papers and past year papers in the given time frame.
4. Also as there is no gap after 5th March exam, so you should wisely use the gap between 28 February to 5th March. If you are relatively weak in some subject then you can use this time to brush up and revise that. For example, Physics is on 16th March and as because there is no time before that exam, probably you can use the gap from 28th Feb – 5th March for preparing this exam.
5. You can lose marks if you miss any of the steps while writing your mathematics paper. So remember to write down all the steps without actually missing anything.