GSEB HSC Question Papers 2020
Updated on Jan 24, 2020 - 5:34 p.m. IST by Saumya.Srivastava
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GSEB HSC Question Papers 2020 - Gujarat Board releases the GSEB Class 12th question papers to help students prepare for the exams in a better way. Students can download the GSEB HSC question papers for Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology (all sets). Previous Year’s GSEB HSC question papers will let the students know the marking scheme, difficulty level and important topics of the exam. It is advised to solve one paper at a time in the mentioned exam duration to check your preparation level. Students are advised to finish the syllabus as soon as possible and start the revision asap. GSEB HSC exams are scheduled to be conducted from March 5 to 21, 2020. Hence, this is the best time to solve the GSEB HSC question papers 2020. Read this article to download the GSEB 12th question papers 2020 and know the exam pattern.
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GSEB HSC Question Papers 2020

We will update the GSEB 12th question papers 2020 as soon as it will be released by the exam conducting body. Until then, students can download the previous years’ GSEB HSC question papers from the table provided below.

Previous Years’ GSEB HSC Question Papers

Subjects

Question Paper link

Biology (All Sets)

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Chemistry (All Sets)

Download here

Maths (All Sets)

Download here

Physics (All Sets)

Download here

Biology Question Bank

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Chemistry Question Bank

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Maths Question Bank

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Physics Question Bank

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GSEB HSC Question Papers 2020 - Exam Pattern

The GSEB HSC exam will be held for three hours in the offline mode. Students need to score at least 33 per cent marks to pass in GSEB HSC 2020 exams. The subject-wise exam pattern of GSEB 12th for some of the subjects is mentioned below.

GSEB 12th Physics Exam Pattern 2020

Section

Marks per question

Number of questions

Total marks for the section

A - MCQ

1

16

16

B

1

16

16

C

2

16

32

D

3

12

36

Total

60

100

GSEB 12th Chemistry Exam Pattern 2020

Section

Marks per question

Number of questions

Total marks for the section

A - MCQ

1

16

16

B

1

16

16

C

2

16

32

D

3

12

36

Total

60

100

GSEB 12th Biology Exam Pattern 2020

Section

Marks per question

Number of questions

Total marks for the section

A - MCQ

1

16

16

B - Short Answer

1

16

16

C

2

12

24

D

3

8

24

E

4

5

20

Total

57

100

GSEB 12th Mathematics Exam Pattern 2020

Section

Marks per question

Number of questions

Total marks for the section

A - MCQ

1

15

15

B - Short Answer

1

15

15

C

2

10

20

D

3

10

30

E

5

2

20

Total

52

100

How to Prepare with GSEB HSC Question Papers 2020?

Students must prepare for the GSEB HSC exams in a very strategic manner. For doing this they will need to stick to a study plan and know the tips and tricks to ace GSEB Class 12th exams. Implement the preparation tips provided below to score well in the GSEB Board 12th exams.

  • Try to complete the GSEB HSC syllabus at the earliest. This will help you to dedicate maximum time to proper revision which is very essential to score well.

  • Students are advised to make personal notes. Doing this will help them to gain authentic knowledge and memorise well.

  • They must refer to the HSC time table and plan their studies according to the scheduled exam date and time.

  • In addition to this, students are advised to solve GSEB HSC question papers 2020. Solving the previous years’ GSEB 12th question papers will let the students know about the difficulty level of the exam. Hence, it’ll prepare them for the exam day.

  • Devote maximum time to the revision. Pay more emphasis on the subjects you are weak in. Revising constantly as it’ll give the final touch to your preparation and let you score well in GSEB HSC result 2020.

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - GSEB HSC Question Papers 2020

Question: What are the passing marks for the GSEB HSC exams 2020?

Answer:

Students need to score at least 33 per cent marks in order to pass GSEB HSC exams.

Question: What is the timing for the GSEB HSC exams 2020?

Answer:

The exams will be conducted in the evening shift between 3:00 pm to 6:15 pm.

Question: When will the GSEB HSC result 2020 be declared?

Answer:

The result for Science will be declared in the second week of May. While the result for Commerce and Arts stream will be released in the third week of May.

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7 Views

I will pass 12 hsc gseb exam with 70% . can I give second attempt next year?

Koyel Bagchi 8th Feb, 2020

Hello,

To give amy exam there is no boundary about your present score.

But if you have the chances with this score then you must utilize it.

If you think you have the confidence to gain better in next attempt only then you can go for it.

Hope for the best.

Thank you.

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I failed in 12th in GSEB in 2019 I want to reappear in 2020 but there r changes in the syllabus in GSEB so in which one syllabus can i give exam?

LAKSHMI AMBIKA 6th Feb, 2020

Hello,

You need to give appear your exam with the new syllabus. and the old syllabus is no longer used.

Be prepared for that

Hope it helps.

All the best.

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For jee advanced we need 75% aggregate. Which subjects(also mention for practicals marks inclusion) are included in that aggregation in GSEB boards? Also what was percentage of students scoring 90 percentile in GSEB HSC exam?

Sonali Sahu Student Expert 3rd Feb, 2020

Hello,

Here is the eligibility criteria for admission into IIT through JEE Main:-

  1. Candidate should have qualified jee advance exam  to apply for counselling process
  2. Students must have secured 75% aggregate marks in 12th exam. For reservation categories the percentage considered is 65% percentage.

This says that your all subjects are taken into consideration which means that if you have secured a percentage above 75% in 12th final year exam then only you can take part in counselling.

HSC percentage is not taken into consideration. Only 12th percentage is  kept in the eligibility criteria.

For more information please visit the link below:-

https://engineering.careers360.com/articles/jee-advanced-counselling-and-seat-allotment

Hope it helps!

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I have failed last year gseb Hsc science in PCB and this year I appearing the exam in main three subjects.so Can I give a gujcet exam this year with failed marksheet??!!

Aditi Amrendra Student Expert 8th Jan, 2020
Hello,



No, you cannot appear for GUJCET.
In order to be eligible, a candidate must have passed Class 12th with PCM/ PCB stream with a minimum of 45% of marks.


I hope this helps.
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Hi,im given the exam Gseb Hsc science last year but i failed in main 3 subjects(pcb).so i will attempt the exam this year march 2020 only 3 subjects...nd this year syllabus was changed...so which syllabus I read..im so confused . current syllbaus(NCERT) or Old syllabus!??plz suggest me soon !!!

Shirin Pajnoo 25th Nov, 2019

Greetings!

i am not sure, but since you'll be appearing for examinations that you haven't cleared previously, I think it would be based on the old syllabus because if there are significant changes in the syllabus and you haven't been trained about that, they cant't ask you the questions. However, please contact your school or the board centre for being fully sure about this.

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