The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or MSBSHSE conducts exam twice a year for students of class 6 to class 12. The two main exams conducted by the State Board of Maharashtra are SSC (Secondary School Certificate) and HSC (Higher Secondary Schools). The main motive of the MSBSHSE is to improve the standard of the education system in Maharashtra. It is also responsible for the formation of syllabus of all textbooks, exam schedules, Maharashtra State Board question papers, etc
Students studying in the Maharashtra State Board should prepare well for the exam to get promoted in the next class. And one of the most important components of preparing for the exam is practicing and going through MSBSHSE question papers. Byju’s provide the latest Maharashtra Board papers to all students preparing for MSBSHSE exams. Question papers are very beneficial for students because they can check themselves on what topics they are strong and on what topics they need to pay more attention.
Solving Maharashtra Board previous year question paper is one of the smart ways to prepare for the exam. Students who will appear for the Board exams can practice the previous year question papers for Maharashtra Board as it can familiarize them with the pattern and the difficulty level of the exam along with the marking scheme. Byju’s also provides students with Maharashtra Solved Board papers which gives students an advantage by providing them an understanding of the questions expected for the questions in the paper. MSBSHSE Solved Question Papers are the best revision method for a student which should be made a basic part of their exam preparation.
The question pattern of MSBSHSE for Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics has been changed by the Board so that students can perform better in competitive exams like Joint entrance Exam (JEE), National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), etc. But the syllabus remains the same for the exam.
If the difficulty level of the question paper is considered. Around 20% of the questions will fall under ‘difficult’ category and around 50% will come under ‘average’ category for all the 4 subjects.
Students appearing for Maharashtra State Board exams should study hard and frequently solve questions paper to score well in the exam. Stay tuned with Byju’s to get the latest notification on MSBSHSE exam along with Solved sample papers, exam syllabus, exam pattern and other related information.