ISC Board Exam 2023: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) is conducting the ISC (Class) 12th Board Exam 2023 from today, 13 February. The examinations will begin today, February 13, with Paper 1 of English. The last paper will be conducted on March 31, 2023, on the subject of Environmental Science.
ISC Board Exam 2023: Timings
The timing of each exam will be different. Except for Art Paper 1, Art Paper 5 and Art Paper 4, all other exams are going to be held at 2 pm shift while these three exams will be held from 9 am. The exams will be conducted for 3 hours. Whereas the ICSE or Class 10 final exams will start on February 27.
For all ISC Board exam days, candidates must bring the printout of their admit card, and follow the instructions mentioned on it. Here are some things that students should remember.
ISC Board Exam 2023: Guidelines
- Sit in the exam hall 5 minutes before the commencement of the exam.
- Carry the admit card along with you to the examination centre.
- Use of any electronic device, mobile, watch, desk or other types of calculating device etc is prohibited.
- If an exam paper is handed to you, or if the questions indicate that you should also have been given a map or other stationery, bring this to the attention of the invigilator or examiner immediately.
- Students are advised to attempt only as many questions as are mentioned in the question paper.
- All entries on the Answer Sheet should be made with a Black/Blue Ballpoint pen only.
- Don’t copy the question. Be careful to use the same system of numbering that is used in the question paper.
- A second answer sheet will be issued on request only after you have completed writing on all the pages of the answer sheet already issued to you.
- All additional answer sheets, used or unused, should be attached to the main answer sheet.
- All work including rough work should be done on the same sheet on which the rest of the answers are given.
- If any student is found to have received undue help in connection with question papers from any person, agency or medium, he/she will be debarred from the entire examination.
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