After facing criticism from students and teachers, the Central Board of Secondary Education has revised Class 12 Date Sheet 2018. According to the revised CBSE Time Table 2018, exam date for Class 12 Physical Education board exam is changed. Now, the new exam date for CBSE Class 12 Physical Education board exam 2018 is 13 April. It means, this year, CBSE Class 12 board exams will start from 5 March 2018 and end on 13 April 2018. Class 12 students are advised to make a note of this important change. Earlier, Class 12 Physical Education paper was scheduled to be held on 9 April 2018.
JEE Main 2018 (pen and paper-based exam) is scheduled to be held on 8 April 2018. Many Class 12 students who are preparing for JEE Main 2018 and having Physical Education as one of their subjects, complained about no time gap between two exams (on social media). Most of them raised concern that they will not get enough time for revision and this, in turn, will affect their future.
After new modifications, students are feeling a bit relaxed. However, CBSE Class 12 students having English and Physics subjects are still unhappy. They are still complaining about one day gap between English (5 March 2018) and Physics (7 March 2018). Some are saying that one day is not enough for preparation.
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CBSE 10th and 12th students are advised to go through latest CBSE Syllabus. These syllabi will provide complete details about latest Course structure, Unit-wise weightage, Question paper structure.
Students are also advised to go through latest CBSE Sample Papers 2018. These Sample Papers are recently released by CBSE. It also contains hints and marking scheme. With these Sample Papers, students can easily learn about the latest Examination Pattern of CBSE exams 2018.With the help of Answer Key (or Marking Scheme), students can easily understand how to write perfect answers to score maximum marks in CBSE board exams 2018.
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