GSEB SSC time table 2020

Gujarat Board has released the official date sheet for GSEB SSC Class 10 Exam. The exams commenced on 5 March 2020 and ended on 17 March 2020. Find below the date-sheet as released on the official website. Make sure to enter the exam hall before time.

Subjects Dates
First language March 5, 2020
Science March 7, 2020
Mathematics March 11, 2020
Social Science March 13, 2020
Gujarati March 14, 2020
English (Second Language) March 16, 2020
Second Language (other than English) March 17, 2020

GSEB Class 10 Exam Date- Sheet 2020

GSEB SSC Class 10 Exam 2020 Date-Sheet

Meanwhile, last year, the GSEB SSC exam was conducted from 12th March 2019 to 23rd March 2019. The exam started at 10:00 am and ended at 1:20 pm. Students had to carry their ID card, Hall ticket or Admit card, and writing materials.

Students can read up the gseb textbook on all the subjects to build up the concepts before preparing for the exams.

Expected GSEB SSC timetable 2019

Exam Date Subject
12th March 2019 First language – Gujarati, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, Odia, Urdu, English, Sindhi
14th March 2019 Science Technology
16th March 2019 Social Science
18th March 2019 Maths
19th March 2019 Gujarati (Second language)
22nd March 2019 English (Second language)
23rd March 2019 Second language – Sanskrit, Arabic, Sindhi, Farsi, Urdu, Hindi

Now that you have the final exam timetable you can start preparing for the exam accordingly. From creating a study plan to practising by solving papers is all that you have to focus. Here are some steps that you can follow to prepare for the exam:

Step 1: Arrange a study area which is away from distractions such as TV, smartphone, etc.

Step 2: Understand the syllabus for every subject and create a study timetable.

Step 3: Keep all the study materials such as syllabus copy, textbooks, a rough book and writing materials handy to maintain notes while you study.

Step 4: Depending on the subject, start making notes. For example, if you are studying a subject like Math, then you will have important formulas, postulates, theorems, etc. to remember. For a subject like a Chemistry, you will have chemical reactions, compound names to remember. You can write them down in the form of points to remember and refer to it while you revise.

Step 5: Start your revision at least one month before your final exam. Also, practice previous year question papers. The more you solve question papers the more you are confident about the subject.

These steps will help you during your exam preparation phase. To understand the complete syllabus for Class 10 as per the 2019-2020 syllabus, you can check out GSEB Syllabus for SSC exam.

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